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I have a tiny HTTP-server on a network that serves mp3 files to a client app (FMOD Ex) so that client can stream and listen MP3’s that are in a server without the need to download them first to local machine. No ShoutCast or stuff like that involved here.

On some files FMOD cancels the http-stream and throws up an "Unsupported file or audio format" -error.

[color=yellow:2q5yog0g]Locally the same files are played just fine.[/color:2q5yog0g]

Am I missing something obvious here or is this a bug?

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Could it be that these failed files have some non-standard crap in there?

Should FMOD_MPEGSEARCH (FMOD_MODE) work on simple http-streams?

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Did more testing. Locally the files play fine even without the FMOD_MPEGSEARCH.

Here’s a link:

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It works fine in WinAmp

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Netstream example worked ok.

I managed to find out that when adding [color=yellow:2mn5qv8o]FMOD_IGNORETAGS[/color:2mn5qv8o] into FMOD_MODE all worked fine. Without it some files just would not play. Is this how it should be?

Thanks again for your help.

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Ok. I’ll keep the server open untill you’ve checked up the tags.

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Cool 8) Keep up the good work!

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