rydgaze wrote:I don't think reindex is going to fix it.. I played that file directly from the filesystem , indexing does not do more than simply cache that data. I will check with mac backend and see what is going on.
EDIT: I just checked with mac backend (a macbookpro running OSX 10.9.3) and it works fine as well. I guess I should check after indexing and see if that has any change (shouldnt ). If you play the song directly form file system, do you still see that truncated time?
I do not see any truncation if I play the file in iTunes (first thing I tried this morning).
I do not see any truncation if I play the song by opening the file directly with QuickTime (tried just now)
I do not see any truncation if I drag the song from iTunes directly to my iPhone and play it with the "Music" application (tried just now...)
I do not see any truncation if I use the "player" in the web interface on my Mac at 127.0.0.1:10001
I'm only seeing the "5:07" version in the Tonido application
(and, if this went as fast as it implies it did, deleting the index and readding it is done and that made no difference)
I also tried deleting the song from iTunes and updating the Tonido index (so the file was gone) and then copying the song back into iTunes and updating the Tonido index again -- and the file is still 5:07 in Tonido.