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dvdr
03-30-2009, 08:24 AM
Hi
two questions:
As far as I understood it from the configuration of Assset UPnP, the style-tag is allowing multiple styles. I assumed, browsing "style" would display all styles available. If a song is tagged with multiple styles, I thought, it also would show up multiple times under those different styles.
But when browsing "Style" (both Release 1 and R2Beta), I only get a display for the first style stored in the files' tag, I cannot find it under the other styles (these styles are not displayed in the browse-tree). When opening the .bin-file with windows-editor, I can see, that they are indexed (couldn't do a dump to excel to look at it properly, like it was possible before, any way to do that??)

The formate of the style tag (as seen in "edit tag") seems to be right:
style1; style2; style3
Installation of Asset UPnP from scratch, everything deinstalled and deleted before the update.
So: is this a bug or just "not a feature"?

Second thing: when using Asset UPnP Release 1, I do get double server entries (LinnGui, Plugplayer, Songbook). I am running it as a service on Windows XP

Thanks for helping!

Spoon
03-30-2009, 11:08 AM
Please email me your database:

Open regedit:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Illustrate\dBpoweramp\

DefaultUserPath is the location of the database (uMediaLibraryMainDB.bin)

email - http://www.dbpoweramp.com/email.htm

bitwan
05-04-2009, 06:59 PM
Hi all

First of all, congratulations for this great program. I am evaluating several UPnP servers for the last 2 weeks (tversity, twonky,etc.), and Asset is rank *1, by now :thumbup:

Having said that, I am having this same problem with multiple genres (genre1;genre2;genre3). When browsing "Genre" (both R1 and R2Beta), I only get the first genre stored in the files' tag; the other styles are not even displayed in the browse-tree. When opening the db file, they seem to be well indexed.

On the other hand, multiple artists and composers behave correctly, as far as I have tested.

Thanks!