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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by 49sam, Oct 31, 2007.

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  1. 49sam

    49sam Thread Starter

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    hi can someone give me a little help i have recentley changed to Vista and the windows media player that was installed is i think version 11.

    What i need help with is i have quite a lot of Audio books and some are several hours long. they are all stored on my computer as Mp3 files and i need to know how long the audio book is.

    When i was using Xp with media player version 9 all i had to do is select all the track in the book and then play from track 1 and on the right had side i got a total time for the whole book but with version 11 that does not work.

    Can anyone tell me how to get it to works or is there somthing better to give me the total time for all the track in the book

    regards
     
  2. diablo75

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    A similar feature is part of winamp. You might download it, add your files to it's play list, and scroll through whole list so they are all checked for their duration and the total playtime will be added up at the bottom.

    www.winamp.com
     
  3. 49sam

    49sam Thread Starter

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    Thank you i will have a try with winamp

    Best regards
     
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