If this is your first visit here, please read the Help. To use all features of this page, you should consider registering. I'm uncertain if this is the appropriate place for venting my problem, but I haven't so far found any better place for it.
And there doesn't seem to be any place in Amarok where it's possible to enter information about track length.
I have inspected the database, and found that I could update the track length directly from the psql prompt ("update tags set length=204 where title='Yadda Yadda';"), but I hardly think this is a viable solution, especially in the cases where every track of an album are registered with incorrect lengths.
Any ideas Hi leifbk, I never encountered mp3 files with incorrect track lengths, so i have no idea how you can fix that in amarok.
You could try to remove the mp3 files from you collection, then update the database, put the mp3 files back into the collection and update the database again.
You can also ask your question at With luck, the developers of amarok will respond to your question AFAIK, there is no database for this information, other than the .
CDDB database, but that doesn't contain track length.
That's actually contained in a header in each audio file.
If the fixer utility didn't do that, then I think you might have to rip the files again. I remember having a similar problem a few versions back, so maybe updating Amarok will help. This is the first time I have posted here and I hope someone here can help.
Having done some reading around the internet, this appears to be a taglib problem. I use windows programs to play the files at the moment, because I haven't found a linux program reliable enough to use in a production environment.