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Thanks Paul!
I am having the same problem. I keep getting the error "The following audio files are not recognized as audio files, they may be corrupt" when loading my audio files into Jaikoz. Some do load, most do not. This has been happening since the update. They do load and play in iTunes 8.2.1.

I will send log files separately via email as I'm getting an error when trying to post with them attached.

- Erin
Oh! SimplifyMedia isn't a tagger, it just reads the files so I can play them remotely. Thanks!

Thanks for your explanation, but I'm confused as to how I'm making the files "incompatible with many applications including Jaikoz"?

I chose to always write ID3v23 tags in Jakioz Preferences but didn't know what to choose between iso-8859-1 or utf-16 encoding option. I never chose UTF-8 anywhere as it wasn't an option for ID3v23 tags. Anyhow, I think I get what you're saying. I just keep hearing about ID3v24 not being supported by iTunes, which is why I had been choosing ID3v23. If this is definitely not true I will write them in ID3v24 as you suggested.

I don't only use SimplifyMedia, I also use iTunes v 8.2.1 so ultimately I'm looking for the format most compatible with both of these programs...
Hi Paul,

My music is located on a Bus-Powered 350 GB Glyph PortaGig connected via USB 2.0 to my MacBook.
Drive Format : Mac OS Extended (Journaled)

My connection to the the internet is wireless via a D-Link Airplus Extreme G DI-624 Router.

- Erin
Ive been trying to use my Jaikoz 3.1.0 (fully licensed) and continue to have the same problems. It seems that anytime I try to load multiple folders the program freezes at various times during the correcting or saving batch process causing me to have to cancel and force-quit the program. Then, the program still shows as running in my dock, leaving me unable to relaunch Jakioz without restarting my machine. THEN, When I go to restart my machine, my dock and menubar disappear leaving the computer stuck on my wallpaper image without shutting down. I can then only shut down the machine by pressing the power button.

My music is located on a Bus-Powered 350 GB Glyph PortaGig connected via USB 2.0 to my MacBook. My connection to the the internet is wireless via a D-Link Airplus Extreme G DI-624 Router. I have tried a complete uninstall and re-installation of Jaikoz only to have the problem persist. I'm at a loss at what to try next! I've attached Jakioz log files, not sure if these are the log files one would need to look at. Let me know if I can provide any further detail or files!
Is it wise to delete info from these fields? What is in the Not Supported List & the User Defined Text Info fields? My Comments field also often has a random string of characters. Can I delete these as well?

Just making sure I don't delete something important!

- Erin
Hello, I was just wondering which option I should be choosing for default text encoding under the "Save/ID3Tag V2" tab in Jaikoz Preferences.

I chose to always write ID3v23 tags after reading several articles suggesting v23 is the all-around most compatible, but am unsure between iso-8859-1 or utf-16 encoding option?

I am a MacBook user running Tiger 10.4.11. I use SimplifyMedia to access my music library from my iPhone and a SimplifyMedia tech said Simplify reads tags embedded in the UTF-8 character set. Since that's not an option, can someone help me pick the most logical encoding option for my needs?

Thanks!

- Erin
 
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