A long while ago, I bought some Amazon MP3s and put them into my collection, but not before I edited the filenames to keep them in line with my naming convention.
Normally, I would leave the MP3 tags alone, but I edited one of them by simply altering the contents on the main MP3 window like I would for renaming anything. But then I got thinking about the Options section, and how MP3Tag should write new tags.
With "Read", am I to assume that this means that any new MP3s loaded into the current directory will only have the ticket tag types loaded?
And with "Write", it will only write tags of the ticked type? I assume that ID3v2.3 ISO-8859-1 means conventional 8-bit ASCII, as I find that adequate for English and European characters and as such don't want any of that Unicode crap, which I'm assuming is the "UTF-" stuff? What does 8 and 16 mean, anyway? What's the difference between UTF-8 and the ISO standard if it means the number of bits?
And "Remove"? I've told MP3Tag to remove every kind of tag if I need to, but when does this Remove act take place? Not with a simple rename, surely?
Thanks in advance for info.