On Wednesday 18 March 2009, xChris wrote: > When the ogg file has the extension .oga, (it has a mediaplayer icon) I > cannot play it, as the system says 'the media system is not configured to > handle this request'
That's a generic error message in QtopiaMediaProvider::createSession() which results from any error in the call to: QMediaServerSession* mediaSession = d->sessionManager->createSession(request); Unfortunately I'm not a C++ programmer so I'm pretty much lost after that point! > If I rename it as .ogg, its not recognized as audio/media file. That's bizzare - according to qtopia/etc/mime.types we have: audio/ogg oga audio/ogg+vorbis ogg and the Tremor Ogg plugin appears to register itself as knowing about audio/ogg+vorbis by doing this: d->mimeTypes << "audio/ogg+vorbis"; The desktop file for the media player should now make it believe it can handle both audio/ogg and audio/ogg+vorbis. So I would have thought it would recognise audio/ogg and audio/ogg+vorbis as audio files and, if anything, not be able to handle a .oga file by handle the .ogg files (as the MIME types match). Perhaps the second part is why the error occurs ? Very very peculiar! I'm out of ideas for now - anyone else ? cheers, Chris -- Chris Samuel : http://www.csamuel.org/ : Melbourne, VIC This email may come with a PGP signature as a file. Do not panic. For more info see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenPGP
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