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  1. Hopefully this isn't a re-post. I looked around at posts since the 810 update, but didn't see any on this issue. I updated to 810 yesterday and I'm having a slight problem with AAC and ALAC files that wasn't present before the update. When a song encoded in either of these formats has more than one genre, Poweramp doesn't detect any genre at all. I tried a "Rescan" then a "Full Rescan", but neither of those fixed the issue. I played around with the tags in Foobar2000 (desktop version) and it seems that if the file has a single genre, then Poweramp can see the genre, but if it has multiple genres, then it doesn't show it as having any genre (in the tag editor) and puts it in the "Unknown genre" folder. I checked to see if the issue was present with other formats - I tested WAV and .mp3 files - and the issue is not present for either of these formats. This issue was not present before the update to 810. Build Version: v3-build-810-play (Full Version) Device: Cat S41 ROM: Android 7.0 Is there any other information that would be helpful for me to include? Is there a setting somewhere on the user's side of things that could be causing this?
  2. Files with the extension aac are not scanned by the library scanner. When loading those files from a file manager they play fine in Poweramp. Poweramp v2.0 does the job quite well. 08 - Midnight Juggernauts - Scorpius.aac Tested in build 799 and earlier.
  3. panpuppington

    v703/704 aac 48kHz bug

    Hi! I have noticed same weird bug quite ago... As in the topic AAC files with 48 kHz aren't detected properly by Poweramp. I can play them by pressing on them one by one in file manager. The only problem here is when I want to skip opened song. It shows that there is to many corrupted files... I've rescanned folders with music and still can't find them. Music is stored on SD card. I've done what i could so I ask for help here. Thanks in advance. Good news. Sekula925 found workaround for it. Disabling skip short tracks solves problem with showing them in music library.
  4. When scanning my music folder *.aac files are not scanned and/or added into the library. In version 2 this works correctly. Playing those raw aac files directly (via file explorer) works fine, even album art is loading.
  5. D3Seeker

    AAC Encoders?

    So I feel a little silly asking this but. I was wondering if anyone has been able to achieve gapless playback with AAC files encoded and tagged with anything other than iTunes? So far I have seen where it's mentioned that Poweramp uses on the atoms style tagging used in said software, however it appears that they also must be encoded directly with itunes as well which is extremely limited in options. I have been using the nero AAC encoder through foobar2000 (nero and itune aac files being the only one to support gapless themselves {since last I've read anyway}) but... creating them via foobar >wiping the tag>import to itunes>tag= has noticeably reduced the gaps between songs but that's it.
  6. There seems to be a lot of questions about this, but I've not seen an answer yet. Does anyone know how to get gapless playback to work with MP4s when using Poweramp? I ripped a few CDs using Nero AAC, which played back fine in Poweramp. However, the playback wasn't gapless. There is a small break of a few milliseconds between songs, which, when listening to an album where one track seamlessly transitions to another, is quite disruptive to listen to (at first I thought that Poweramp was hiccuping on the tracks). Are there any tags I can add to the files? The reason I'm interested is that right now I have most of my music in OGG. However, I've notice that the battery takes quite a beating from playing these, compared to MP4 (because the CPU usage is much higher). It's not dreadful of course, but could be better. An example: 2 hours of playing back MP4 audio shows a total CPU usage of 13m in Android. 1.5 hours of playing back OGG audio shows a total CPU usage of 20m (some quick maths suggests this would be almost double that of MP4). The OGGs are encoded at q6 (~192kps), whereas the MP4 are ripped at 0.5 (~160kps). I'm not sure that the extra 32kps accounts for double the CPU usage, but maybe I'm wrong Tags? Ripping suggestions..? Thanks, Steve
  7. snydleydd

    gapless aac

    Downloaded Poweramp for the Nexus 4. Sounds fantastic--best of the ones I've tried. But unfortunately the lack of gapless aac is a deal-breaker for me. When you have a mix CD that blends the music track-to-track, it's amazing how disruptive that few millisecond pause is. Neutron supports gapless aac perfectly, and for me the non-disruption of gapless wins over the better sound from your app. I hope you can add this feature sometime soon, so I can use Poweramp for all my music. (BTW, thanks for adding RealplayGain.)
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