no I do not think that’s the problem as I downloaded diverse stufff and some are recorded sessions that I keep downloading and never had this problem.
I checked through my clip again and when I go through the Menue into files and then into Podcast there I find them!!!
But if I go directly in the menue into Podcast they do not show???
Isn’t that weird - what could that be??
well at least I know how to find them now but still would love to repair this
Yes, it is. If you can find the files using the Folder navigation, but not in the ‘normal’ lists that are populated by the info contained in the ID3 tag, then that means the player cannot read that tag.
Podcasts are not exactly known for their pristine ID3 tags, and because of this and the fact that they are gernally listened to once & then deleted there was a huge outcry here on the forum a year or so ago for Folder navigation. Sandisk finally relented and added it in a firmware update for the Fuze and it became ‘standard equipment’ on the Clip+.
It could be that the tags on some of your downloaded podcasts are of a format that your player doesn’t like. As mentioned, MP3Tag is a great (and free) little program to check and/or edit the tags. The best format is ID3v2.3 ISO-8859-1. I’ll bet if you poked around, you’d find that some of those files have some sort of problem with the tag, and that’s why your player is not displaying the info.