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"bad tags" that are not bad

 
    • mkwilson schrieb...
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    • 17. Okt. 2006, 3:39

    "bad tags" that are not bad

    I keep getting the following error message on my screen:

    Some tracks you submitted have not been added to your profile for the following reason: The track you submitted appears to be badly tagged - please check the file's tags.

    Scrobbling is enabled, the artist bio and track info appears fine in the last.fm player application, it just won't upload to my profile. I tested this with tracks that I've already listen to, that I know should work because they appear in my list of listened to songs, and get the same problem.

    Listening in iTunes, so I checked the Program Files and the itw_scrobbler.dll is in the right Plug-Ins folder.

    This is what my audioscrobbler log file says:

    Log file created
    ReqID -1: Launched Last.fm client.
    VisualPluginHandler, kVisualPluginEnableMessage received
    VisualPluginHandler, kVisualPluginPlayMessage received
    Track change
    ReqID 1: Sent Stop
    It's a file
    No filename found
    Artist: Wilco
    Track: She's A Jar
    Album: Summerteeth
    Length: 285
    Path:
    Kind: MPEG audio file
    Bitrate: 160
    ReqID 2: Sent Start for Wilco - She's A Jar
    ReqID 1: OK
    ReqID 2: OK
    VisualPluginHandler, kVisualPluginChangeTrackMessage received
    Track change
    ReqID 3: Sent Stop
    It's a file
    No filename found
    Artist: Wilco
    Track: A Shot In The Arm
    Album: Summerteeth
    Length: 261
    Path:
    Kind: MPEG audio file
    Bitrate: 160
    etc.

    A bit of context: I was trying to install jscrob2 so that I could scrobble from my iPod, so I uninstalled audioscrobbler temporarily. I have since uninstalled the whole last.fm application and reinstalled, including plug-in. Still get the problem.


    Any help you could offer would be most appreciated. Thanks!

    • mkwilson schrieb...
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    • 17. Okt. 2006, 15:21

    re: bad tags

    problem resolved itself.

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