I know that MP3Tag supports FLAC - I've been using it to tag FLAC files for a long time now.
I'd like to know if there's a way for MP3Tag to make sure that there are only native FLAC tags.
I have options set to delete ID3v1, ID3v2, and APE, to remove ID3v1, ID3v2, and APE, and to write ID3v2.3 ISO 8859-1
Now, from looking "under the covers" a bit with metaflac, I can see that MP3Tag is writing native FLAC (Vorbis style) tags. I'm not completely sure how to make sure APE and ID3 tags are gone. Do I just need to look in the first few sectors of the file?
More importantly (well, more importantly to me), how do I setup MP3Tag so that it converts all tags into native FLAC (Vorbis) tags and then deletes the non-native tags? Do I have it right? Will a simple "save" do it, or do I need to delete tags, save, paste tags, save - or something convoluted like that?
Thanks for any answers - and apologies if this has been asked before. I tried search and saw nothing near this...
PS: I'm writing ID3v2.3 ISO 8859-1 because I have an MP3 player that has trouble with 2.4 tags - and I didn't see any reason to have MP3 tags one way and the FLAC tags the other - but if changing write to 2.4 will give better results, please tell me. As a side note, UTF-8 pretty much means no accented characters, doesn't it?