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"Conversion failed: Object is not seekable", since v1.1.15 - returned to v 1.1.14a
post Nov 4 2012, 23:23
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since v1.1.15 I get seconds after starting to rip live streams (eg. as mp3, V5) this awfully in-formative "Converter Status Report":
"1 out of 1 tracks converted with major problems.
Source: "http://gffstream.ic.llnwd.net/stream/gffstream_w4a"
Unable to open source file: Object is not seekable
Conversion failed: Object is not seekable"

Applicable for all tested stream sources on two different WinXP installations. fb2k installation option: "update". Equalizer enabled on _playback_. Output DSP: None. Buffer 410ms, 16bit, [x]Dither.
Reinstalled 1.1.14a twice now: works .. What's the mess?

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post Nov 5 2012, 09:49
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Have the same problem. I'm trying to convert a stream radio translation from Kiss FM Radio( Convertion is set fo Format: MP3 (LAME), V2. Output folder: ask later. Output type: tracks into individual files. File name pattern: %title%. Lame path is set. Previously, on v1.1.14 and earlier it worked. What changed now? Foobar forgot how to write a stream?
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post Nov 5 2012, 11:09
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Problem acknowledged and fixed for the next version, thanks for reporting.
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