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Overlap Point

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Willy

2014-08-15 07:06:07

Overlap Point

In the version of raduga 3.8, you can add the command ~ to the tracks but when they are in the plailist you dont see it, quality that is very convenient when you transmitting the titles to the internet, but in the newest versions of raduga the command ~ is displayed, this is a problem because the listeners can see in the end of the name of the track, anyone knows how can I fix that?

Wolfgang Loch

2014-08-18 21:41:47

Re: Overlap Point

If your MP3 files contain meta data (aka ID3 tags), then you can use these to build the display title. Go to Tools/Options/Meta Data and mark the checkbox "Use metqa-data in MPĀ§ and Windows Media files.

Cor Houtjes

2014-09-06 14:52:04

Re: Overlap Point

in addition to another post the snippet i wrote

<?php

// the script below reads Currentsong.txt and puts it's value into variable $nu;


$titel="CurrentSong.txt"; // this will set the title.txt.
$Nu=fopen($titel,"r"); //opens the file
echo "Nu bij ons: ";
while (!feof($Nu)) {
$nu=fgets($Nu, 4096); //puts the file into an array
$split = explode("~", $nu); // removes the crosstime from the title
$nu = $split[0]; // clean title
$rest = $split[1]; // crossfadetime

// optional

$nu=strtolower($nu); // converts to lowercast
$nu=UCwords($nu); // Starts with an uppercast


// final result
echo $nu;


}

?>

Cor Houtjes

2014-09-06 14:52:11

Re: Overlap Point

in addition to another post the snippet i wrote

<?php

// the script below reads Currentsong.txt and puts it's value into variable $nu;


$titel="CurrentSong.txt"; // this will set the title.txt.
$Nu=fopen($titel,"r"); //opens the file
echo "Nu bij ons: ";
while (!feof($Nu)) {
$nu=fgets($Nu, 4096); //puts the file into an array
$split = explode("~", $nu); // removes the crosstime from the title
$nu = $split[0]; // clean title
$rest = $split[1]; // crossfadetime

// optional

$nu=strtolower($nu); // converts to lowercast
$nu=UCwords($nu); // Starts with an uppercast


// final result
echo $nu;


}

?>

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