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Edoardo
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Edoardo posted on Sat, Apr 12 2014 6:36 PM

Hello to everyone. I own a Beosound 5 / Beomaster 5 since a year.

I have had a lot of problems while transferring all my CD collection in the HD of Beomaster (lots of records were not found, so i had to insert lots of data manually, the same for the covers, furthermore I have found and corrected lots of errors in titles, authors, etc.

Once this hard work was over (I own more than 1,500 albums), I realized that the most part of the files stored in the Beomaster 5 were not indexed by the device, so the function MOTS does not consider the most part of the music of my collection.

Does somebody help me to fix this problem, so that MOTS will work properly, utilizing ALL the data present in Beomaster 5?

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Millemissen
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Indexing 1500 albums will take a long time.

MM

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Edoardo
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it took a long time, but I did it. But now I have the problem with the non-indexed files. Do you know how to fix the problem?

 

Edoardo
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Now it seems, after a long time, that all the tracks are indexed. Infact, any track I am listening to, is followed on the screen by more tracks. This means that the MOTS it's working. Unfortunately it's not working so fine 'cause when I am listening to the n. music, the sequence of the tracks is not so omogeneous, and sometimes it looks like more to a random mode than a MOTS (more of the same).....

MircoHH
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Hi, 

 

how do you know, if the tracks are indexed? Is the "blue line" an indicator for an indexed file? 

 

Mirco

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