för att få filer ska visas under podcast placera avsnitt bara dem i mappen podcast. för att få filer att visa på ljudbok-menyn kan du redigera genre i id3-taggen och Ställ in den på ljudbok, dessa kan vara i någon annan mapp än mappen podcast och det kommer visas under ljudböcker. Detta är med den senaste inbyggda programvaran
Well, I think that’s what he said.
Actually, in a nutshell, he’s right. In short:
The files on your Sansa are catalogued based upon their embedded tags. These are the ID3 tags drlucky is referring to. The tags are standard for MP3 and WMA audio files. The ID3 tag metadata is the Album / Artist / Genre information that you can search on the Fuze.
This information can be edited by using the Advanced Tag Editor in Windows Media Player 10 and 11, or by right clicking on the track in WiMP12 (Microsoft dropped the tag editor name in the latest version of WiMP, go figure.) Alternately, download and install MP3Tag , probably the best ID3 tag editor out there (it’s free too), and edit the Genre to Audiobook.
Back to the differences between the Fuze and Fuze+.
Audiobooks can be found in a different location (Yes, I agree, a separate Audiobook node or menu location would be great). They can be found under Podcasts.
Any audio file with the Genre set to audiobook will be redirected to the podcast node when navigating. Drlucky was telling you that the Fuze+ will locate all “audiobook” tagged files under podcasts, regardless of where they are stored.
Additionally, if the audiobooks are dropped in the podcast folder, they will be available under podcasts, with the same bookmark functionality.
Audiobooks can be a real pickle if they are ripped from CD. The ID3 tags are automatically added, if available, by WIndows Media Player. Media Monkey can do this as well. But there’s a big problem with audiobooks versus music: the internet databases used by MM or WiMP are populated based upon user inputs, and guess what 99% of these inputs are for? Indeed, music CDs. Audiobooks are much, much rarer entries than music, so your ID3 tag information can really be fubar.
This is why I strongly recommend using a tag editor like MP3tag.