[OK] Summa Theologica - 04 Pars Prima, On Man By Aquinas, Saint Thomas

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ianitor
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Post by ianitor » March 22nd, 2018, 10:13 am

Name of Book
Summa Theologica - 04 Pars Prima, On Man

Catalog page URL
https://librivox.org/summa-theologica-04-pars-prima-on-man-by-saint-thomas-aquinas/

Chapter/Section Number
21/Question 91 - THE PRODUCTION OF THE FIRST MAN'S BODY (In Four Articles)

File format (64kbps mp3, 128 kbps mp3, ogg vorbis)
mp3 (not sure the bitrate, whatever the RSS links to)

How you downloaded the file (individual download, zip download, ftp, podcast download)
Through RSS... I guess "podcast download"

Nature of problem
Seems like some portion of the beginning of the file is truncated... I'm assuming just the Librivox notice and title/chapter stuff, but also possibly a bit of the text itself.

Time or times-location of problems (if possible)
0:00

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Post by TriciaG » March 22nd, 2018, 10:39 am

The RSS feed is the 64kb file. :)

Playing both MP3 bit rate files directly from the catalog page, they seem to be OK.

Do you see a run time on your file? It should be 26:24.

Can you re-load the file onto your device? Perhaps it's a downloading glitch. :hmm:

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Post by ianitor » March 22nd, 2018, 11:20 am

huh... must be my podcast app... I went back to play it and it resumed in the middle of the librivox notification... going to the beginning of the file starts where I'd expect.

Either it was the podcast app or my brain that messed up. This isn't a glitch!

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Post by TriciaG » March 22nd, 2018, 11:24 am

:thumbs:

No worries - I like it when an error turns out to not be an error. ;)

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