My personal tagging standards and procedure documentation is still evolving, and MP3Tag is a tremendous tool for helping me go back to the already-tagged subset of my collection and retroactively keeping it in sync with my current specs.
However I find it hard to believe I'm supposed to have to do this at least twice - once for my FLAC "master source" file and again for the generated lossy ones (usually MP3).
Is there a way to allow me to just update my FLAC masters and automate the updating of the subsidiary files? Ideally this should be done within the MP3Tag ecosystem rather than through a completely separate third-party "catalog manager" type tool so as to take advantage of the automagical field mapping feature.
I don't mind if this isn't 100% automated, not looking for a cron-type "watch folder tree" functionality, incremental improvements to the workflow would be most welcome.
As a related question, I seem to recall one of the "catalog manager" apps recently announcing that they now recognized their database objects (albums and tracks) on an ongoing basis via the tags rather than file-system specific kruft, but can't recall and haven't been able to identify which one via google - this ring a bell with any of the gurus here?