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I’m using Designer 2010, version 4.32.01

I cannot seem to get MP3s to play in the Music system — they play in the sound bank but won’t audition.

Don’t think it’s my sound card for that reason.

Anybody else have that problem?

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Yep, same right here. MP3’s work in the Banks and in Sound Definitions but not in the Interactive Music Tab :(

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Unfortunately I haven’t been able to reproduce this issue. Could you email an example FDP and MP3 that exhibits the problem to support@fmod.org so we can try to resolve this?

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Hi,

I just wanted to make an example FDP that reproduces the problem and I found something.

I made some 1kHz-sine test mp3’s with different rates and used the lame codec. All mp3’s worked fine.
After that I loaded one of the mp3’s that didn’t worked before and FMOD couldn’t play it. I tried to read out the codec but there are no infos about the codec.

But now, when I convert the file into a lame-mp3 it works fine. So it must be something about the codecs. I also tried all compressions in the "Bank"-Tab. all the same.
I use lame from now on and tell the musician that he please use lame, too 😉

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I’m glad to hear you’ve figured it out. Is there any chance you could send us one of the MP3s that doesn’t work so we can see what the problem is?

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Hi,

I sent you an e-mail with an example project and three mp3 files. One is working and two are not working. The strange thing is. If you trigger a not working mp3 and after that the working mp3 the working mp3 will also not work….

greetings

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Thanks for sending the sample MP3s. I was able to find the cause of the problem: the non-working MP3s have a large amount of tag information at the start, which is throwing the music system off. This should be fixed in our next release.

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