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Last edited on 2017-04-09 17:47:31 by zigbert
Additions:
~The **Trackinfo** dialog offers a simple way to read and edit the tags embedded with the file.
~If file misses tag(s), pMusic will search for track info at [[https://musicbrainz.org/ Musicbrainz.org ]].
Deletions:
~The **Trackinfo** dialog offers a simple way to read and edit the tags embedded with the file. If file misses tag(s), pMusic will search for track info at [[https://musicbrainz.org/ Musicbrainz.org ]].


Revision [31657]

Edited on 2017-04-09 17:45:35 by zigbert
Additions:
~The **Trackinfo** dialog offers a simple way to read and edit the tags embedded with the file. If file misses tag(s), pMusic will search for track info at [[https://musicbrainz.org/ Musicbrainz.org ]].
Deletions:
~The **Trackinfo** dialog offers a simple way to read and edit the tags embedded with the file. If file misses tag(s), pMusic will search for track info at [[ https://musicbrainz.org/ Musicbrainz.org ]].


Revision [31656]

Edited on 2017-04-09 17:45:01 by zigbert
Additions:
~The **Trackinfo** dialog offers a simple way to read and edit the tags embedded with the file. If file misses tag(s), pMusic will search for track info at [[ https://musicbrainz.org/ Musicbrainz.org ]].
Deletions:
~The **Trackinfo** dialog offers a simple way to read and edit the tags embedded with the file.


Revision [31654]

Edited on 2017-04-07 17:45:59 by zigbert
Additions:
~The **Trackinfo** dialog offers a simple way to read and edit the tags embedded with the file.
~The **Masstagger** found in the Tools menu offers option to tag several files in one operation.
Deletions:
~The **trackinfo** dialog offers a simple way to read and edit the tags embedded with the file.
~The **masstagger** found in the Tools menu offers option to tag several files in one operation.


Revision [31652]

Edited on 2017-04-07 17:01:15 by zigbert
Additions:
~The **trackinfo** dialog offers a simple way to read and edit the tags embedded with the file.
~The **masstagger** found in the Tools menu offers option to tag several files in one operation.
~You can import the entire playqueue or sourcelist to the tagger, but note that right-clicking on a file(s) in the main gui gives you the option to send this/these to the masstagger.
Deletions:
The **trackinfo** dialog offers a simple way to read and edit the tags embedded with the file.
The **masstagger** found in the Tools menu offers option to tag several files in one operation.
You can import the entire playqueue or sourcelist to the tagger, but note that right-clicking on a file(s) gives you the option to send this/these to the masstagger.


Revision [31651]

Edited on 2017-04-07 16:58:55 by zigbert
Additions:
pMusic reads meta-information from many different file types, and adds the information to the [[http://blog.puppylinux.com/?viewDetailed=00024 DB]] for later usage.
You can edit these meta-tags with 2 different tools inside pMusic:
~
The **trackinfo** dialog offers a simple way to read and edit the tags embedded with the file.
~
~{{image url="http://www.01micko.com/zigbert/pmusic/wiki/docMetatags_1.png"}}
~
The **masstagger** found in the Tools menu offers option to tag several files in one operation.
You can import the entire playqueue or sourcelist to the tagger, but note that right-clicking on a file(s) gives you the option to send this/these to the masstagger.
~
~{{image url="http://www.01micko.com/zigbert/pmusic/wiki/docMetatags_2.png"}}
=={{color text="Technically" c="green"}}==
~pMusic writes tags defined in the [[http://id3.org/Home id3]] protocol version 2.3. BUT, it stays close to [[http://id3.org/ID3v1 version 1.1]] of this standard.
~The benefits of lending towards id3v1 compared to id3v2 are:
~~- that many file formats (ie. aac, ape, wma...) supports the same tags (tag-names) as used in id3v1, so the tagging-tool in pMusic can be straightforward. Including extra tags from the id3 version 2 protocol would heavily complicate both code and gui.
~~- that ffmpeg uses the same metadata code for these basic tags for different file-types, and it makes my tagging-code simple as well.
~While pMusic reads id3 ver 1.1, it does not follow version 1.1 strictly when in comes to the writing the genre tag. pMusic writes the genre tag as a text-sting rather than a number (as in id3v1). This because text-string is common for other file-formats. Id3 verison 2 supports strings in the genre tag (as well as numbers).
~[[https://wiki.multimedia.cx/index.php?title=FFmpeg_Metadata ffmpeg metadata documentation]]
Deletions:
pMusic writes tags defined in the [[http://id3.org/Home id3]] protocol version 2.3. BUT, it stays close to [[http://id3.org/ID3v1 version 1.1]] of this standard.
The benefits of lending towards id3v1 compared to id3v2 are:
~- that many file formats (ie. aac, ape, wma...) supports the same tags (tag-names) as used in id3v1, so the tagging-tool in pMusic can be straightforward. Including extra tags from the id3 version 2 protocol would heavily complicate both code and gui.
~- that ffmpeg uses the same metadata code for these basic tags for different file-types, and it makes my tagging-code simple as well.
While pMusic reads id3 ver 1.1, it does not follow version 1.1 strictly when in comes to the writing the genre tag. pMusic writes the genre tag as a text-sting rather than a number (as in id3v1). This because text-string is common for other file-formats. Id3 verison 2 supports strings in the genre tag (as well as numbers).
[[https://wiki.multimedia.cx/index.php?title=FFmpeg_Metadata ffmpeg metadata documentation]]


Revision [31649]

Edited on 2017-04-07 01:50:26 by zigbert
Additions:
[[https://wiki.multimedia.cx/index.php?title=FFmpeg_Metadata ffmpeg metadata documentation]]
Deletions:
[url=https://wiki.multimedia.cx/index.php?title=FFmpeg_Metadata]ffmpeg metadata documentation[/url]


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