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Old 14-04-2005, 01:19 PM
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does sendo x support ogg player...& if it doesent r ter any alternatives???
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Old 14-04-2005, 01:59 PM
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does sendo x support ogg player?
Yes, read this thread & download the newest beta version, which has been optimized for the sendo X.
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Old 14-04-2005, 02:04 PM
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Just curious but what advantages does .ogg format have over MP3 and AAC?
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the ogg format provides a (much) higher sound quality at the same data rate. some say that 64kbps ogg files sound as good as 128 kbps mp3 files, meaning you can put twice the amount of music on your memory card.

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yup it can store twice the amount of mp3 in the memory.... thx guys..

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problem with 1.02 and 1.04 version

Hi all

I have tested these versions with an album in og format of around 200 Mb without success.

It starts to play for around 5 seconds and then stop... perhaps a problem with large files in a SD card?


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Old 20-04-2005, 07:00 PM
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Hi all

I have tested these versions with an album in og format of around 200 Mb without success.

It starts to play for around 5 seconds and then stop... perhaps a problem with large files in a SD card?


cheers !

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You have to get the one modified by Fig7 for the X. The generic version isn't very stable at all!

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Old 20-04-2005, 11:07 PM
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1.04 is the latest version and works fine on the X. Get it here http://sourceforge.net/projects/symbianoggplay

It sounds to me as if the SD card isn't fast enough, 200MB for one album is too much for a phone that has limited memory bandwidth and processor power. You'll have to encode your ogg files at a lower bitrate.

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1.04 is the latest version and works fine on the X. Get it here http://sourceforge.net/projects/symbianoggplay

It sounds to me as if the SD card isn't fast enough, 200MB for one album is too much for a phone that has limited memory bandwidth and processor power. You'll have to encode your ogg files at a lower bitrate.

Hi again

The same file in mp3 format plays perfectly in the sendo´s mp3 player.
So it seems it´s a ogg player problem ¿?

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my guess would be that decoding an .ogg file takes far more processing powet than decoding an mp3 (as it uses more advanced compression), so maybe that combined with the hefty file size is more than the X can handle.

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my guess would be that decoding an .ogg file takes far more processing powet than decoding an mp3 (as it uses more advanced compression), so maybe that combined with the hefty file size is more than the X can handle.

yeah, I´ll try to encode the ogg file with less compression to see what happens

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i had like 500 mb worth of ogg files on my 512mb sd card, and the x played them all perfect! i could switch from one song to another in like a millisecond(real fast), i decoded the ogg files at 82kbps.
i dont use the mp3 player in the x cuz it takes like an hour to skip to the next song

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i had like 500 mb worth of ogg files on my 512mb sd card, and the x played them all perfect! i could switch from one song to another in like a millisecond(real fast), i decoded the ogg files at 82kbps.
i dont use the mp3 player in the x cuz it takes like an hour to skip to the next song

which version do u use boogieindubai...can b useful if u share with us..

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Old 23-04-2005, 06:34 PM
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its the 1.04 version of ogg player, i think its beta too, i found the link somewhere in this forum. my sendo is runnin on the latest firmware (60c ?)
really i have had no problems whatsoever. i am even thinkin of convertin all my mp3 files on my pc to ogg files

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What program do you use to convert your mp3 files to ogg format?
 

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