TagLib vs. TagLibSharp: Milliseconds and 0 length durations

James O. houndeyex at gmail.com
Wed Dec 8 06:52:18 CET 2010

Blah, my mistake. Here is the link to the question.


On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 12:51 AM, James O. <houndeyex at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello all,
> I'm attempting to use TagLib for the first time (coming from C# and the
> TagLibSharp port) and am having more difficulties than I expected. The
> latest of these is differences I'm noticing between TagLibSharp and TagLib.
> I'm not sure why these differences exist, as I thought TagLibSharp was just
> a port of TagLib.
> There are two big differences I've noticed so far:
>    1. TagLib reports all durations in seconds. TagLibSharp reports all
>    durations in milliseconds. I could live without the extra accuracy (assuming
>    it rounds), but I'm curious why it is different in the first place.
>    2. I have several files that report 0 length and 0 bitrate. These files
>    don't seem to be anything that uncommon, they're reported as 192 kbps CBR
>    MP3s. TagLibSharp reads them fine, but I cannot determine the differences
>    between the two libraries looking at the source (though I've tried).
> If needed, I could attach one of these MP3s for examination. If anyone can
> help, I have an active Stack Overflow question with a *+50 Bounty* ending
> in ~23 hours. I'd happily award points to anyone who can help.
> Thanks,
> James
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