Yesterday I happily switched my MP3Tag to the Unicode version (2.33a). But I have experienced weird behavior when using international characters.
I am running Czech Windows XP, codepage Windows 1250. However, when I use File -> Tag function, and the filename contains international characters (for example á = a with acute, or soft e), the converted tag looks good in MP3Tag, but not in Winamp (Winamp translates internal characters either to weird ,,squares" or to totally incorrect characters).
I suppose, that this has to deal with the UTF-16 form of tags, which Winamp cannot read. Alternatively, I have tried to use ,,always write tags in iso-8859-1" function, but this is pretty useless for Czech characters, since many of them do not have straight representation in this charset. Such conversion converts accented characters to their unaccented forms, which is not desirable.
So using UTF-16 screws things up in Winamp and using iso-8859-1 screws them up globally.
Has somebody experienced similar problems?