ProppFrexx

Although ProppFrexx now has the ability to read JMD files directly, MyLibrary can create a .pfmd file alongside the audio to store additional metadata.

The format of the file is as follows:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<MediaEntry version="1">
<entryType>Music</entryType>
<duration>196272</duration>
<artist>BOKKERS</trtist>
<title>ANNIE UUT DE BOCHTE </title>
<tagType>2</tagType>
<ci_chans>2</ci_chans>
<ci_freq>44100</ci_freq>
<general />
<cuePoints>
<ramp>4.7</ramp>
<ramp2>10.52</ramp2>
<ramp3>22.15</ramp3>
<next>192.03</next>
<cueOut>196.27</cueOut>
</cuePoints>
<otherCuePoints>
<name>HOOK</name>
<cueIn>54.88</cueIn>
<cueOut>67.82</cueOut>
</otherCuePoints>
</MediaEntry>

Artist and Title are stored within the file's AUDIO tag - this applies to both MP3 and WAV.


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