I'm considering switching to apple hardware for music playback, in which case I'd need to convert all my FLAC files to M4A, but I don't have the hardware yet to test tag results so I have a few basic questions:
When I look at extended tag info on the few M4A files I have, up at the top of the popup box it says "Tags - MP4 (MP4)". That makes sense to me. But when I look at the setup options for Mp3tag, under Tags>MPEG, I don't see any selection that relates to the type of tag in the M4A files I have for either reading or wrting.
Since I know that the files I have are tagged correctly for what I want to do, what selection(s) do I need to make on the MPEG options page to get MP4 tag format written correctly to my potential new M4A files?
I also use Mp3tag to edit ID3v2.3 tags in my MP3 files, so do I need to unselect ID3v2.3 in the writing area of the MPEG options page when I edit M4A files?
Or do I need to do nothing to change my existing write settings that I picked for MP3 files - will Mp3tag automatically do something appropriate for writing when it sees files with a M4A extension? If Mp3tag will do something automatically regarding write behavior based on seeing a M4A extension, what will it do?
Thanks for any insight.