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foo_binpack, Create playlists with a maximum length
FrozenSpoon
post May 15 2006, 16:41
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This is a very simple component I wrote but might be useful to others. Basically you select a list of songs and then create playlists from that list with a maximum length.

Why would you want to do this? Here is why I needed it: I've got a list of 200 songs and I want to record those on to CDs to put in a changer. Instead of figuring out what songs are needed to get as close to 80 minutes of audio as possible, I just select my list of songs, select the BinPack option, and then I have 11 playlists that all fit on 80 minute CDs. This allows me to populate the changer very easily, a lot easier than trying to create playlists manually for each CD!

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I might add more functionality later, but this is all I needed at the moment.

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FrozenSpoon
post May 19 2006, 20:31
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It shouldn't require anything else. I just downloaded 0.9.2 beta3 and it worked fine for me. How will it not start up?
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drbeachboy
post May 19 2006, 20:45
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QUOTE (FrozenSpoon @ May 19 2006, 15:31) *
It shouldn't require anything else. I just downloaded 0.9.2 beta3 and it worked fine for me. How will it not start up?

When I click on the foobar2000 icon, the icon appears in the taskbar tray for a few seconds, and then disappears. In Task Manager, I see foobar2000.exe for few seconds and then foobar2000.exe closes. This is on Windows XP Pro SP2 machine.

Also, foobar will not open to full screen before it closes down. Just the icon in the tray.

Edit: I started removing plugins one at a time, and viola! foo_browser 1.1.7 was the culprit. Once removed, foobar works great with foo_binpack installed.

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