I have what seems to be a simple problem, followed by an equally (I hope) question.
I have been using the Mp3Gain s/w to adjust the playback volume of my mp3 files.
This is fine in my PC player (winamp), but after burning a CD for my car player, any mp3's that have been 'adjusted', have corrupt tags.
I've looked on the mp3gain site and followed the instructions for removing the tags, but after writing another CD, I notice the tag's are still corrupt when the tracks are played in the car.
There's no issue with the car player, btw, a CD I cut before I started using Mp3Gain is fine.
So, here's the problem.....
How do I go about removing the tags that mp3gain uses, which are APE I believe?.
I have tried ALT-T after selecting the files, and removing them from the list, but some are still there afterwards. I could delete the tags I believe, with CTLR-C & CTRL-V after selecting the correct Read/Write/Delete options for tags, but I don't want to loose info like genre, year etc etc.
The artist, track, album and title could be recreated with Filename --> Tags.
Here's the question.....
How do I go about showing the actual values stored in the tags, especially, but not limited to APE?
I've searched and seen a post by Florian referring to %_tag% and %_tag_read%, but would really appreciate a little info on how to do this.
Many thanks in advance for all any any assistance
btw, the software is the dogs.....