COMMENT-tag (Energy-rating) to POPULARIMETER-tag (Star-rating) - How (Part2)?

COMMENT-tag (Energy-rating to POPULARIMETER-tag (Star-rating) - How (Part2) ?

As you can see here, COMMENT-tag (Energy-rating) to POPULARIMETER-tag (Star-rating) - How?
Due alot of help from you guys, I was able to get the Star-rating filled in just the way I wanted.

Since I noticed the Energy algorithm of Mixed In Key is so-so, (and what about Genres nowadays...)
I began to incorporate my Mood, Energy & Genre tags manually.
This can be a tedious job, so I finally found a straight-forward solution using foobar2000 with a tagger component & mp3tag.
Tagging genre, mood & energy in 25 seconds per track!

Check out demo here:
https://youtu.be/e64nKI7p9_Y

So output is now like this in the comment field:

...where [EN] stands for Energy & [MO] for Mood.

How do I get POPULARIMETER(Star-rating) filled in 1 star, when COMMENT field contains [EN]Low ?
How do I get POPULARIMETER(Star-rating) filled in 3 stars, when COMMENT field contains [EN]Mid ?
How do I get POPULARIMETER(Star-rating) filled in 5 stars, when COMMENT field contains [EN]High ?

So end result would be like this:

You could create an action of the type "Format value" for POPULARIMETER
Format string: $replace(%comment%,[EN]High,*****,[EN]Mid,***,[EN]Low,*)
and then an action to cut away the [MO... part:
Action of the type "Guess value"
Source: %popularimeter%
Target: %popularimeter% [%dummy%

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Works!
I replaced your ***'s (and POPM replaced witn RATING WMP for FLAC) with the value needed for Traktor to show and voila:

Action looks like this now:

Woah - hold on there? I thought TRAKTOR4 was not viewable in MP3Tag?

I notice that you are using FLAC files. Is it the case that MP3Tag can only read TRAKTOR4 tag if it is attached to a FLAC file? Because I've tried with .mp3's and cannot see TRAKTOR4...

see here:

That was you and I talking. We never really got to the bottom of it, did we...