Re: [LAD] Audio Files: Bpm tagging

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To: Stefan Kost <ensonic@...>, <linux-audio-dev@...>
Date: Friday, February 4, 2011 - 7:00 pm

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On 2/3/2011 1:14 PM, Stefan Kost wrote:

I got it working. I didn't realize that the gst-plugins-soundtouch
plug-in package did not exist in Gentoo as part of the gst-plugins-bad
package. One that was installed i was able to get it all working.

Bearcat M. Sandor

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On 2/3/2011 1:14 PM, Stefan Kost wrote:

On 02/03/2011 09:27 PM, Bearcat M. Sandor wrote:
On
2/2/2011 2:43 PM, Stefan Kost wrote:
Am 16.01.2011 17:42, schrieb Harry Van
Haaren:
Hey guys,

I'm looking for the "lowest-common-denominator" of audio
file formats
that
handle BPM info.

mp3, wav, vorbis, mp4, mkv files can have BPM metadata
(according to my
grep in
the gstreamer source code). GStreamer has a bpm detector as
well.

Stefan

What? No love for my favorite, wavpack?  Wavpack never gets any
respect! :"(

Bearcat M. Sandor

Erm, it should work already. From the wavpack homepage:

 
Uses ID3v1 and APEv2 tags for metadata (including ReplayGain)
Both are well supported by gstreamer. :)

Stefan

I got it working. I didn't realize that the gst-plugins-soundtouch
plug-in package did not exist in Gentoo as part of the
gst-plugins-bad package. One that was installed i was able to get it
all working.

Bearcat M. Sandor

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Re: [LAD] Audio Files: Bpm tagging, Bearcat M. Sandor, (Fri Feb 4, 7:00 pm)
Re: [LAD] Audio Files: Bpm tagging, Stefan Kost, (Sun Feb 6, 7:42 pm)