[Bug 75832] New: Noatun always skips the last (half) second of a audio file
tux at sentinel.dk
Sun Feb 22 14:09:58 GMT 2004
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Summary: Noatun always skips the last (half) second of a audio
Platform: Debian testing
AssignedTo: kde-multimedia kde org
ReportedBy: tux sentinel dk
Version: 2.2.1 (using KDE KDE 3.1.5)
Installed from: Debian testing/unstable Packages
Compiler: haven't compiled it myself (using debian sid)
Try it out yourself with this one: http://sentinel.dk/files/Homer-No_more_duffs.mp3
You will notice how the very last word in that mp3 is cut (you only hear "wo" when you should in fact hear "woman"). JuK has the same problem, by the way, so I thouht it maybe was arts-related, but using XMMS (also arts-enabled), you will hear Homer say the whole word "woman". I have a dusin or so of these small Homer audio clips, and Noatun/JuK always skips the very last second (maybe it's only half a second).
I think most people don't experience this issue, simply because most "normal" songs tend to have 1 or 2 seconds of silence at the very end of a song.
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