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Old 21st September 2005, 08:22   #1
rzr999
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Winamp doesn't parse whole playlist and stops at a point

Hello,

I loaded up a lot of mp3s into the winamp playlist, having no problem to play them back.
I saved the playlist, and when i loaded it up, it stopped loading at an entry (71st out of 300), so now I have 71 playlist entries.
It stopped parsing the playlist at this entry(this is the 72nd entry):
#EXTINF:201,TŒáƒ}ƒ} - TRá’}’}Ì`w0¬V Zå"Ò
C:\sort\music\anime\Haibane\newer\gakuen.mp3
Encoding is ANSI (i suppose that's what winamp saves either way).

Any idea how to get around this? This is actually a bug, isn't it ?
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Old 21st September 2005, 13:03   #2
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No, Winamp still isn't a unicode program (although unicode support is gradually being implemented in the 5.1x+ series). All I can guess is that there's some characters in the metadata for that track that Winamp 5.1 still doesn't like, heh.
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Old 21st September 2005, 21:17   #3
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Yeah, I figured that much out.
Still if it's ANSI, then it SHOULD read it, there can be no character out of that range, because that's how winamp saved the list.
Anyway I have quite a few names like that and I don't know what to start with that.
Still, any ideas, or I wait till they implement unicode ?
Winamp doesn't touch the file when it loads up a playlist, does it ?
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