I am attempting to use my juice box as an audio book player. Each audio book is split up into numerous chapters and unlike most music stuff can't be listened to randomly. I have been trying for quite a while to figure out how the juice box creates the directory structure on mp3 player. At first i thought it was an ID tag problem since it was using that to gen the list. I removed all the id tags and named them 1.mp3 2.mp3 3.mp3 etc... This resulted in a directory structure once again somewhat random and not 1,2,3,4,5 as you would expect it. Does anyone have any idea how to make the files show up on the player list in order? I could cram all the mp3's into a single large file but when i do that there's no way to fastforward to the most recent section. Any idea?
Many embedded mp3 players use this method - I have a pocket CF-based player that does the same. The order in which the mp3s show in the file allocation table is the order they're played in. I was even thinking of dusting my FAT16 knowledge back from the DOS days to code a small utility that reorders the songs on a CF card by rewriting the FATs...
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