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zexion



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Using an older version on my laptop (8.2.5) works fine on these same files so I know its not a acusticID/file issue.

If I run 1 or 2 rows at the time, it completes properly. 3 or more and it hangs.
zexion



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zexion wrote:
Using an older version on my laptop (8.2.5) works fine on these same files so I know its not a acusticID/file issue.

If I run 1 or 2 rows at the time, it completes properly. 3 or more and it hangs. 


Ok looking at it closer it doesnt really hang... it does complete (although it takes longer than it used to and doesnt show a progress) it just doesnt return any results.... WHen I then run one of those tracks that by itself, the result comes in as expected. Same issue with auto correct and remote -> musicbrainz.


Made a quick video so you can see exactly what I mean (you may need to maximize fullscreen to see it clearly, sorry about that)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3eKhUX8g8I&feature=youtu.be
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HI, what I really need is your support files (Advanced:Create Support FIles) - please email them to support at jthink dot net

thanks Paul (Administrator)
zexion



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paultaylor wrote:
HI, what I really need is your support files (Advanced:Create Support FIles) - please email them to support at jthink dot net 


Ok sent. Thanks for the help!
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I think its just that it is trying to group the songs to one grouping and match to one release but cannot, whereas when you match one song at a time it doesnt need to do this.

When you match thousands of songs Jaikoz tries to identify random folders and act accordingly, but when only matching a few songs such as in your example in the first instance it would treat one folder as one album.

If you disable Preferences:Remote Correct:Only allow match if all songs in Release matched it should allow these songs to be matched.

There are also a couple of improvements to matching that may make this work without you having to disable the option but this release is not ready yet.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
Alfg

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I have such a similar behavior with "Match songs to specified MusicBrainz album" when I try to match one album with a releaseID. It matches sometimes only after the second/third try.
I can't reproduce it, because when I prepare the support file (cleaning the logs) and start Jaikoz again the album matches immediately.
Next time when it doesn't match I will send you the whole support file.

using Jaikoz 9.3.0 NGS
zexion



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paultaylor wrote:
I think its just that it is trying to group the songs to one grouping and match to one release but cannot, whereas when you match one song at a time it doesnt need to do this.

When you match thousands of songs Jaikoz tries to identify random folders and act accordingly, but when only matching a few songs such as in your example in the first instance it would treat one folder as one album.

If you disable Preferences:Remote Correct:Only allow match if all songs in Release matched it should allow these songs to be matched.

There are also a couple of improvements to matching that may make this work without you having to disable the option but this release is not ready yet. 


You are right! And you know I should have known... I faced this same problem the very first time I used the program and unchecked it... somehow after an update that setting got reset I guess...

Thanks for your help.
 
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