Fedora :: Rythmbox Id3 Demuxer - Music Files And The Tags Didn't Get Updated
Jul 10, 2009
When I use Rythmbox it always ask for a wma codec when i dont have any wma files and i also have a problem with id3 demuxer. I tried to edit a few music files and the tags didnt get updated, im not sure what the problem is.
When I try to use Rythmbox, I got a message error saying that your "GStreamer installation is missing a plugin" and it says that is ID3 tag demuxer I already have this streamer plugins installed, so I don't know which one is missing
I am trying to get rythmbox to play my music. I used the yum install from the thread [URL].. It installed the gstreamer, however when I attempt to play music it doesn't unfortunately. Any comments on something simple I am missing or is there some other yum syntax I can use that can take care of this?
I am trying to use Rythmbox to replace windows media player, in Ubuntu 10.04. So of course, I needed to import all my music. So in Rythmbox I go to Music>Import Folder and then I simply select the correct folder, which is on a different drive. And sometimes, that works. even though it won't remember that I did it once I close Rythmbox. Other times, when I do that, Rythmbox simply closes right then and there, and has to be reopened. I don't really know what is going on here, other than what I would call a bug. But it never actually keeps the music file that I imported. I always have to re-import it, every time I open Rythmbox.
I recently installed Banshee and would like to set it as my default music player. Currently, when I plug in my iPod, Rythmbox auto loads and then Banshee cannot access the device. Is there a way to go about changing this setup so when I plug in the iPod, it's Banshee that loads it and not Rythmbox?
I have some music files (.mp3 and .flac) which have unmodifiable tags: After I change the tags, they revert to their original values automatically. It's not related to access permissions (using Linux) as in a same directory, with the same permissions, some files have modifiable tags and other not. Is there such a thing as "protected" or "unmodifiable" tags? Are there solutions to force modification ?
On a KDE4 environment after downloading some music from rapidshare with JDownloader the archives self-extracted with the symbol in some of the file names. Those files couldn't be renamed or deleted, the file manager said that the files didn't exist - very weird. The files should have had some swedish characters in their file names. Now I'm stuck with those files on my machine. Anyone knows how to get rid of them?
I used MusicBrainz Picard to tag FLAC and Mp3 files, fixed any necessary genre tags in Rhythmbox, and used EasyTag to rename the actual files.But now I'm interested in using those genre tags as folder names...is there any program that will sort my music into folders based on their genre tags?
I just switched from Ubuntu to Fedora 12 and I'm trying to get exaile working. However when I double click on a song to play it I get this message Code: A ID3 tag demuxer plugin is required to play this stream, but not installed. I know I have all the gstreamer plugins (ffmpeg, base, good, bad and ugly). What else could be wrong?
I have a lot of avis with annoying metadata that show in vlc. Since I cannot figure out how to configure vlc in a way that it won't show the tags, ffmpeg should strip the tags. This is supposed to do the trick:
i'm trying to install a plugin witch will let me watch movies in .wmv format. I can't seem to find it. also, i would like to get a converter that will allow to change the format of the video from .wmv to .divx.
I've been building my digital music collection for some time and used to house it on a local drive with no quality issues. A while back I built myself a file server using ubuntu and mdadm in a raid1 configuration to protect against potential drive failure. I link my iTunes library to the music files via a samba share and everything works great on the surface. I've started to notice that random songs are becoming corrupted with pops clicks and silent pauses. I'll even re-download an album and notice that it's corrupted a few weeks later. Now I'm at a loss to what is causing this issue; I ignored it at first but it seems to be getting worse and more widespread as time goes on.
Do you think this could be caused by mdadm? It reports that all is fine via 'cat /process/mdstat' but I wouldn't know where to look or what to look for if there were syncing issues. The other possibility is that I have iTunes set to keep my music folder organized for me, but I've never heard of it actually corrupting the files it shuffles around. The bottom line is that my library is getting crappier as time goes on and I cannot stand for that!
I am running FC13 (Goddard) on my netbook, and it's impossible to play my mp3 files on all of the sound audio applications like totem and rhythm box because the system keeps complaining about plugins that I can't find on any repository.
I have a lot of mp3 files without any ID3 tag information. This is very annoying, because my iPod does not show them correctly. My Banshee shows them as "unknown artist" and the title. I would like to find them all in a bunch to batch update them.
how to install all plug ins for playing dvd or video files in fedora in a non internet connected system. i had tried to install vlc media player but no luck. so please tell how to find this required plug ins and some security upgrades for fedora 12 . i want to write them all into a disk . and want install them to my fedora desktop whenever i need them! or tell me how to install these plugins without connecting to internet
You will need "cuetag" for this which is part of the "cuetools" but since you already installed it (see previous seps), all you have to do is open the terminal, navigate to the folder where you just splitted some APE or FLAC files and type this:
cuetag *.cue split-track*.flac ;
(if you didn't change the file's name from split-trackNN.flac). All the split-track*.flac files will have tags in just a few seconds.so i did exactly what i was suppose to do but for some reason is still could not add the tags to my FLAC files..
kon@kon-laptop:~$ cd ~/Desktop kon@kon-laptop:~/Desktop$ cd *ora* kon@kon-laptop:~/Desktop/sDvorak $ cd *CD1*
How can I set specific ID3 tags for multiple files? For example, I would like to set all files in a directory to the same album. (directly setting the album tag for files in a directory to the directory name would be even better)
First let me preface this with saying that I have been googling, and trolling boards trying to find a solution, tutorials, any thing to help me what I am trying to do, all day (since 8 am, when I started work, till now 3:50 pm) and I have found little to improve my situation.My goal is to setup my desktop (running Fedora core 12) as a server that can be accessed from anywhere. I would like to be able to have streaming music (find a song, or an album, you want to listen to, click and play) from any location, any computer, and I would also like to store files and such that I could also share with whomever I give permission. I have found plenty of tutorials helping with Apache and SSH, so anything along those lines would be nice.
This might not be the right place to ask this question, but it's software so I'll try this before going to Audio-specific boards. I have a bunch of MP3s (some ogg) with crazy names in crazy directories. I would like to make sure the tags are correct (possibly by hand) and then rename them/move them so that they are in places like
So I imagine a magic program where I can edit tags and then push a magic button that makes directories and copies the files as above. Any ideas?
Fedora Core 11 and installed songbird via songbird wiki website.I want to play mp3 files with songbird (which is basically why i downloaded it cos i dont like amarok) but when i try to play a file, it gives this message:"MediaCore Error: An id3 tag demuxer plugin is required to play this stream, but not installed"i searched a lot on web but couldnt find a solution