I've been having a problem applying properties to a particular MP4 file.
By "applying properties," I mean: editing the various fields in the "Details" page of the Windows "File Properties" notebook, by accessing the file in the normal way through Windows Explorer, and then "right-clicking" on the file in question, (which brings up the "pop-up" menu), and choosing "Properties." I don't mean editing the details using MP3Tag.
I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1.
MP3Tag Version is v2.80.
The file in question is a classical music performance, which was broadcast in February, 2015, which I managed to download from YouTube.
I suspect that the software I used to download the file has saved the tags in ID3 v2.4 format, which, (I understand), is not supported in any version of Windows.
I am attaching a screenshot of the Windows error message:
I have searched all through the FAQs and the forums to find a similar topic, but, alas, I was unable to find one; neither was I able to find a similar topic in the MP3Tag online help.
I have three questions:
In the case of a file containing ID3 v2.4 tags, is it possible to convert those tags to ID3 v2.3?
If the answer to Q1 is "Yes," could someone please advise me how to do it?
If the answer to Q1 is "No," could anyone recommend any other software that might be able to do it?
If you need any further information, please reply to this thread, and I shall be more than happy to supply any information that I possibly can.
Many thanks in advance for any help, suggestions or advice.
Thanks and regards to all