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grendizer 10th November 2007 12:31 AM

cdtext?
 
Is BsPlayer compatible with CdText?
Thanks :)

Ico-man 12th November 2007 12:19 PM

CDtext and BS.Player compatibility
 
Yes, BS.Player is fully CDtext compatible.

markweng 17th November 2007 12:17 AM

Really? But, i ever tried & failed, bsplayer only show "track01.cda ....." - no text information :?: i use nero to burn a cd-text, it works on nero media player v4.x. Also, i just found a free cd-text plun-in for windows media player 11 and it works too. Because the cd's content is edited by myself, i think the information doesn't come from cddb.

What setting or plugin is needed for bsplayer? i use v2.24free.

Ico-man 22nd November 2007 10:27 AM

We have tested cdtext feature created with Nero, and we found some issues which will be resolved in next version 2.26.

Tizio 25th December 2007 11:48 AM

CD-TEXT now works perfectly!! :D
Thank you :wink:

Only problem is that the first song on the CD has the title name shown instead of the artist name (but since it's the only CD with CD-TEXT that I have got, I don't know if the problem resides in the CD itself or in BS.Player :roll: )

kimiraikkonen 25th December 2007 05:27 PM

I also have questions about reading CD-TEXT. Tried Windows Media Player 9 with no help and Winamp 5 with no help, decided to try Bsplayer with no help. From which version reading CD-TEXT is implemented into Bsplayer?

Note: If you have internet connection CDDB server tries to connect the database and retrieves results, after you prompt the correct album/artist, your songs are seemed as having CD-TEXT as all the track names and artists are listed, but this is not CD-TEXT, it's deceptive thing so you must disable internet before determining if you're able to read CD-TEXT really.

J7N 25th December 2007 11:49 PM

So BSPlayer does something by itself after all, i.e. access the CD drive? So far it was just a nice graphical front of DirectShow.

Quote:

..but this is not CD-TEXT, it's deceptive thing so you must disable internet before determining if you're able to read CD-TEXT really.
Sounds brutal. For that you would actually need a separate computer, where nothing is being served over the network. To see if CD-text is really there on the CD and supported by your drive, you have to use special compact disc tools, like CDex or Audiograbber. They can be easily configured to do/don't access FreeDB and by what address.

BSPeter 26th December 2007 12:20 AM

Aren't you a bit over-reacting? Couldn't you just "block all traffic" (using your Internet security application)?
http://members.home.nl/van.raak/wink.gif

Tizio 26th December 2007 12:47 AM

It's supported since 2.26 for sure, I don't know if previous versions can handle it properly since I never tried it before yesterday :P

There are still some minor issues to be solved that I hope to be able to post in the next days, but it works really good now :wink:

kimiraikkonen 26th December 2007 01:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BSPeter
Aren't you a bit over-reacting? Couldn't you just "block all traffic" (using your Internet security application)?
http://members.home.nl/van.raak/wink.gif

Another solution can be. But my tip was for a home users or was one of the easy-to-do ones for being sure instead of thinking of connecting CDDB server.

Ico-man 3rd January 2008 09:13 AM

CD TEXT AND BS.PLAYER
 
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BS.Player first tries to read cd text infromation from an audio cd, and if it can not find it, then it connects to CDDB server.

If you do not want to use CDDB (ie. to check if cd text if read properly by BS.Player) you simply uncheck "CDDB ENABLED" option in Options>Audio, and BS.Player will not try to connect to CDDB server.


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