At 31 minutes ago, ErlendHL wrote:
Whenever I export my song as mp3, the total length in Windows Media Player is only shown as 0:59, while it's 2:44, and I can only search between 0 and 0:59. In library mode, the progress bar is at 0 all the time... 0:59 is in fact just the length of the first and longest pattern.
First things first, don't use Windows Media Player :P. There are way better media players like Winamp.
Also, this happens to me sometimes. When I finish exporting a song which overrides a previous version of it, the media player doesn't register the change and it thinks it's still playing the old version, so it doesn't update the length/progress bar accordingly.
You probably had a previous MP3 version of your song which was 0:59 in length, you added more length to the song in FL, exported it as an MP3 with the same filename and when you tried playing the song, this problem came up since the media player still thinks your MP3 file hasn't been updated.
A quick fix, like LiquidOoze said, is saving under a different filename. I'm 99% sure this will solve the problem - if it doesn't, then try playing the MP3 file with another media player. If the issue remains, there might be some weird glitch with FL's MP3 encoder, which will very likely be fixed by reinstalling FL.