I am new to Mp3tag and firstly would like to say what a great program this is. I run a licensed student radio and a while back a load of music was corrupt and many files lost their metadata - Mp3tag made it a lot easier with the use of it's tag sources to retrieve the correct tags and to fix the files.
I have noticed however a lot of tracks on iTunes that aren't on any of the other tag sources which means finding them can be tricky, usually need to manually add most of the data.
Would there be a way to include the iTunes database to retrieve the information or does Apple not allow for this?
The GENRE tag field displays only one main genre (like "Electronic"). The HTML pages have the more than one genre and more defined genre names (like "Electronic, Music, Dance, Techno, Ambient, House") The API has not (at least I don't know how to display it).
See the example above.
I don't know. It doesn't matter, that's what the Web Sources Scripts forum is here for. Once you have downloaded the script from there and moved it into the correct folder, there is not difference to the ones that were there as default.
at the first, very thanks you to made a itunes.src!
I move the itunes.src to my \Mp3tag\data\sources, but re-run the Mp3tag I can't find this in source button, I don't why...
please help me. thanks!
Your MP3Tag-program-folder has nothing to do with the location of the sources-folder.
Your personal settings, data and sources are located in your user-profile. The exact location depends an which windows-version you use.
There is a mention of "ratingIndex" as an attribute. But as I understand it, I can use attributes only for search, not for look-up pages. That means I can search for albums with a certain rating, but I can't show the rating when I'm actually viewing the album.