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  "play single file" can't find folder
Posted by: NorseMN - 10-29-2017, 10:23 AM - Forum: Support - Replies (4)

I was browsing my song list on my android tablet and it seems that I navigated to a folder too high in the hierarchy.
I can no longer find the folder that contains my songs.
It's not that songs are not in the folder, I can't even see the folder that I need to access.
I see all files and folders fine with two different file browsers, so I know that the files haven't been lost.
Any ideas how this could happen?
And more importantly, how to fix it?

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  Regular expression help
Posted by: Rpallone - 12-26-2016, 01:30 PM - Forum: Support - Replies (1)

My collection is in the format:

Artist - song number - song title.zip

Can you tell me the custom regular expression? I prefer to drop the track number. I have no need for it. 

Thank you.

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  Collection in windows network share does not show up
Posted by: rubbles88 - 06-28-2016, 07:42 PM - Forum: Support - Replies (3)

I added a collection from a windows network share but it is not showing up when I access collections. Only the local files are showing up. When I added the collection from windows network share, the showed verification succeeded so I thought the app was able to access the files. Is there anything else I need to do to access the files from the windows network share?

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  Can't play songs in MM
Posted by: lewmur - 06-15-2016, 11:08 AM - Forum: Support - Replies (1)

I just upgraded my tablet to Android 6.0.1 and I can no longer play single files.  When I click "Play a single file", a directory listing appears and I can choose the "storage" directory.  But when I try to select any of the subdirectories, such as /sdcard, /emulated or /extSDcard, the directories are all empty.

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  Several collections
Posted by: LA_ - 01-07-2015, 12:26 PM - Forum: Support - Replies (1)

Could you please clarify how your application works with several collections added? Once I choose 'Access your collection', does it show songs from all user defined collections mixed? Is there any way to switch between collections? To temporarily choose/disable one or a few?

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  Regular expressions for remote collections
Posted by: LA_ - 01-02-2015, 12:17 PM - Forum: Support - No Replies

Could you please clarify how the regex should look like for remote collections, when files have naming like Artist Name - Song Title.mp3? I've tried to use

Code:
(.*) - (.*)
and
Code:
.*\/(.*) +\- +(.*)\..*
, but it doesn't work - no files found. But when I've tested Artist-Title.mp3 and
Code:
(.*)-(.*)
or
Code:
.*\/(.*)\-(.*)\..*
, then it worked well. Looks like something is wrong with spaces used in first case.

Hmm, OK, looks like it is not about regex used, but about parsing of the files list. I've replaced all spaces with
Code:
%20
there and it started to work both with default option Artist - Title and with custom regex.

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  Files format support
Posted by: LA_ - 12-27-2014, 12:56 PM - Forum: Support - Replies (2)

Could you please clarify how your application works with the following files I have:

  • 0001.mp3 (filesize 3454K)
  • 0001.lrc (8360 bytes)
  • 0001.cdg (1554K)
I have all these 3 files in one folder, when I choose to play single file, only 0001.mp3 is available. Does your program use 0001.mp3 and 0001.lrc only? What is inside of 0001.cdg file then? Can I just delete such cdg files?

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  Search
Posted by: dgarcia - 12-09-2014, 08:03 AM - Forum: Support - Replies (2)

I'm using the free version.

When you search bu artist or song it seems that the search does a match with the first characters of the artist or song. So, if you want to search for an artist or song using something other than the first word in the name or the son - it seems this is not possible - is that right?

Or is there a way to do "wildcard" searches of artists or songs? e.g. for artist. "*be" could yield beatles, bee gees, justin timberlake, ... etc.

Is this perhaps available in the paid version?
Also are features for playlists or favorites available in the paid version?

Great app that could be excellent with these features.

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  Regular expressions for the files with the track/disk name
Posted by: grifter357 - 11-25-2013, 07:26 AM - Forum: Support - Replies (8)

(11-12-2013, 11:26 PM)george Wrote: Examples

The following regular expression matches the Artist/Title format:

Code:
.*\/(.*)\/(.*)\..*

The following regular expression matches the Artist-Title format:

Code:
.*\/(.*) +\- +(.*)\..*

The following regular expression matches the complex format such as "1990 Pink Floyd/01. The Wall.kar":

Code:
.*\/\d+ (.*) +\/\d+ (.*)\..*

Feel free to ask for help regarding your specific format.

Hi George,

First of all, thank you for implementing this feature. If you still remember, I e-mail you before requesting for this... Big Grin

Now the bad news... Even though I have been working in the IT industry for about 20 years, I don't have the programming background to understand regular expressions other than the common *.* wildcards and Unix vi search and replace commands... Tongue

Needless to say, I couldn't make heads or tails of the regular expression format you are using even with the examples, so I have to ask you if this sort of pattern is representable in your regular expression format:

My MP3+G files are in this format:

DISCID-TrackNumber - Artist - Title.zip

for example:

DKG099-03 - James Ingram - Just Once.zip

Basically for your app to recognize the Artist+Song, the file format should be represented as:

<Ignore> - <Artist> - <Song Title>.zip

Basically the " - " pattern would serve as the delimiter and the app would ignore everything before the first " - ", then take the next field as Artist, then the next field as Song Title...

Can this pattern be represented with the regular expression format you are using?

Thank You and Best Regards,

^_^

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  Regular expressions for custom names in collections
Posted by: george - 11-12-2013, 11:26 PM - Forum: Support - No Replies

Version 1.19 added support for custom file name formats in collection.

Why is it needed

The collection scanner gets the artist and song title from the file name. It is done this way because of the following reasons:

  • It is significantly (around 20x) faster than getting it from the files
  • Most supported Karaoke formats do not have reliable tags for the artist and song name
  • For the remote collections it allows adding the information without retrieving the files

So for the scan process to work it needs to know how your song collection is organized, and how the files are named.

Supported file name formats

The collection parser supports two built-in formats:
  • Artist/Title.mp3 when the directory name is the Artist name, and the songs inside the directory contain only titles - such as "Pink Floyd/The Wall.kar"
  • Artist - Title.mp3 when all the songs are in the same directory (which name does not matter), and the Artist and Title are separated by a dash - such as "Pink Floyd - The Wall.kar"

    If your collection is in a different format and you don't want to rename it, you'll have to use the Custom format which is based on regular expressions.

    Regular expression

    The format is defined as the regular expression template with two bracketed groups; the first group represents the artist name, and the second group represents the title.

    The template is applied to the song including the extension, so this should be taken into account.

    Examples

    The following regular expression matches the Artist/Title format:

    Code:
    .*\/(.*)\/(.*)\..*

    The following regular expression matches the Artist-Title format:

    Code:
    .*\/(.*) +\- +(.*)\..*

    The following regular expression matches the complex format such as "1990 Pink Floyd/01. The Wall.kar":

    Code:
    .*\/\d+ (.*) +\/\d+ (.*)\..*

    Feel free to ask for help regarding your specific format.

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