User Tools

Site Tools


blog:what_is_the_only_correct_way_to_tag_flac_audio_files

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
blog:what_is_the_only_correct_way_to_tag_flac_audio_files [2019/05/30 16:50]
dizwell
blog:what_is_the_only_correct_way_to_tag_flac_audio_files [2019/05/30 16:52] (current)
dizwell
Line 209: Line 209:
 {{ :​blog:​virtualbox_fedora_30_05_2019_16_58_02.png?​direct&​600 |}} {{ :​blog:​virtualbox_fedora_30_05_2019_16_58_02.png?​direct&​600 |}}
  
-Here, the situation is -if anything- even worse than before! ​The id3v2 program //knows// there'​s an Album tag in the file: it's showing that **Album : Symphony1** ...but ​Puddletag declares there is **no metadata** in the file at all! +Here, the situation is -if anything- even worse than before! ​When Easytag found an ID3 tag in a FLAC file, it at least displayed it (before eventually erasing it!). But here, though the id3v2 program ​for sure //knows// there'​s an Album tag in the filePuddletag declares there is **no metadata** in the file at all! 
  
 But if I use Puddletag to set '​Beethoven'​ as the artist... id3v2 knows nothing about it: But if I use Puddletag to set '​Beethoven'​ as the artist... id3v2 knows nothing about it:
blog/what_is_the_only_correct_way_to_tag_flac_audio_files.txt ยท Last modified: 2019/05/30 16:52 by dizwell