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    Question Can OTS files be integrated?

    Would support for .OTS files ever be an option for Centrafuse? I currently run an online radio station and have converted all my mp3's to the ots (OtsDJ) file format.

    Just my suggestion.

    Does anyone else use these file types?

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    You just have to have a codec installed for them and add the extention to CF xml files.

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    Any clue where to find the .OTS codec? I have looked around but haven't been able to find anything. And where would I install it? Into CF or just on the PC in general? And how would CF know to play those types of files?

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    CF doesn't support playback of OTS files... I actually have never heard of them...

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    David, Any possibility of ever adding support for this type? Here is their website. http://otsdj.com/

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    I don't see support for this in the near future.

    The files, from a playback standpoint, are just MP3. This is why you found no codec, because this is not an audio format. OTS is basically a proprietary format for this DJ software that packs, essentially just zips and uncompresses in memory inside the DJ software, multiple MP3's, album art, lyrics, etc...

    They probably don't even give out access to their OTS format, but I didn't research it much.

    OTS files would basically allow you to save some disk space, but potentially drastically increase the applications memory usage. I have way more disk space than memory

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