Hello devs. Thanks for all your work; Mp3tag is a great product!

After playing around with a hex editor, I've found that this is how Mp3tag writes a "rating mm" tag, in hex:

Value of 1 (emulating a "1 star rating") = 17 (23 in decimal)

Value of 2 (emulating a "2 star rating") = 40 (64 in decimal)

Value of 3 (emulating a "3 star rating") = 80 (128 in decimal)

Value of 4 (emulating a "4 star rating") = C4 (196 in decimal)

Value of 5 (emulating a "5 star rating") = FC (252 in decimal)

This convention for 1 and 5 seem non-intuitive. For example, MusicBee uses the following convention, which seems more logically consistent:

1 = 01 (1 in decimal)

2 = 40 (64 in decimal)

3 = 80 (128 in decimal)

4 = C4 (196 in decimal)

5 = FF (255 in decimal)

Is there some particular reason why Mp3tag is configured in this manner?