[mythtv-users] Best way to listen to long spoken-word audio files
yan at seiner.com
Mon Feb 18 00:52:16 UTC 2008
John Veness wrote:
> Thanks for replies so far. That's good to know that MythMusic can (or
> maybe soon will be able to) remember the position within a track upon exit.
> As with other posters, though, I don't think that MythMusic is the right
> tool for this job, even though these files happen to be mp3s. MythMusic
> controls are designed for skipping from one track to another, which
> makes sense with 3 minute music tracks, but not half-hour audio tracks
> when really we might want to fast-forward/rewind *within* the mp3.
> In my case the mp3s are episodes of various radio series, and MythVideo
> (in directory browse mode) would be a better fit, both in the browser to
> select an episode, and the controls available while playing.
> Do any devs know if there's any chance of the MythVideo Internal player
> handling pure audio files, rather than A-V files? Would it be a hard job
> to get it to support them?
Well, you could transcode them into avi with a [empty|random
swirling|cool sound related] video track.
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