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dashford

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Re: Live365 broadcast
« Reply #45 on: June 26, 2012, 09:53:06 AM »
Is anyone having issues with album being transferred to live 365? I set up the http and stream is good, but some album names transfer a lot don't, only artist and song so i get delisted alot. i use mp3, i am about to use mp3pro to see if it fixes something.
As an aside (perhaps), we find that Live365 doesn't like any diacritics -- accents, umlauts, etc.  If one appears in the artist, title, or album fields then often no information for that track will be processed by Live365 -- it just "skips" over the song in their logs and on their display.

djsoft

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Re: Live365 broadcast
« Reply #46 on: June 26, 2012, 12:36:03 PM »
Is anyone having issues with album being transferred to live 365? I set up the http and stream is good, but some album names transfer a lot don't, only artist and song so i get delisted alot. i use mp3, i am about to use mp3pro to see if it fixes something.
As an aside (perhaps), we find that Live365 doesn't like any diacritics -- accents, umlauts, etc.  If one appears in the artist, title, or album fields then often no information for that track will be processed by Live365 -- it just "skips" over the song in their logs and on their display.
If Live365 doesn't support UTF8 encoding, you should switch the encoding in the HTTP GET request to ANSI. The umlauts may become lost because of it (eg. ö will become o), but at least title will be displayed.
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