FLAC. WAV. DSD. DFF. APE...
Basically any lossless format has the ability to have sample sizes (or bits per sample) that are greater than 16 bits.
Is there any way to include this informational tag within MP3Tag? We've been teased by the "Bits" column with the default column value of %_BitsPerSample%, hoping that we can differentiate files using this tag, but it does not work. I am finding higher quality files at every turn (www.HDTracks.com is a good place to start), and I would love to rename files with this information included, but I can't rename them if they have the same samplerate (let's say 88.2Hz), but different samplesizes (16-bit vs. 24-bit) and are of the same format (FLAC)... they will essentially have the same filename when doing a "Tag > Filename" conversion.
Programs like WinAMP and VLC can detect this information, it would be absolutely wonderful if the same could be said of MP3Tag... can this please be included as a feature - if not for all or most lossless formats, at least for FLAC, because I believe that ultimately that you can re-encode most of the lossless formats to FLAC.