OK, I upgraded from 2.32a to 2.33.
Both before and after upgrading, while renaming file from .FLAC tags, the drop down list DOES remember new patterns I type in, which is not the behavior I thought I was seeing.
BUT, is another problem.
- I set up a new pattern
%artists% by mistake, then I set up a correct one %artist% (no s )
niether of which do I intend to ever use, just for testing, so I could get back to you.
Now I can't get rid of either one of these. They are both in the list and I can't delete either one of them.
I would really like to get rid of them if you will tell me how.
Some error checking (there is no tag %artists% (plural with an s) but that's no big deal if you will tell me how to get rid of it.
Thanks for you support.
On another subject, you are recommended by WavPack.
Can mp3Tag play a role here (see below)??
I just discovered WavPack can embed cue sheets. That's great. But I'm wondering how to use the info in the embedded cue sheet with mp3tag or any other program like foobar or Nero. For example:
- album.wv with embedded .cue to properly NAMED and TAGGED files that support tags, e.g.
Song Title One.mp3
Song Title Two.mp3
with filenames and tags from the embedded .cue sheet.
I don't want
with generic file names and no tags.
- Course converting .wv to .mp3 doesn't make a lot of sense in the first place.
If I intend to keep the music on my hard drive, I can play the album.wv with virtual tracks from the embedded .cue sheet in foobar2000. The only issue is disk space (unless I have a portable mp3 player).
- But what if I want to burn the album, e.g . using Nero?
foobar 2000 will convert (decompress) the album.wv into
.wav files don't support tags, right?
I'm going to delete the .wav files after burning, but because .wav files don't support tags, and because foobar did not use the Song Title or Performer information from the embedded .wv file cue sheet it did not name the files:
Artist - Album 01 Song Title One.wav
Artist - Album 02 Song Title Two.wav
Nero could have used a proper filename to burn CD-Text which Roxio can use to create a Jewel Case.
There is a WavPack plugin for Nero, but if I burn the album.wv as a music CD it will burn one great big track for the whole album.
Short of typing in the artist and song information I needto give Nero individual properly named .wav, (or .wv 's maybe) files. Either that or create a play list or cue sheet from the album.wv embedded cue sheet and tell Nero to burn an Image and point it to the .cue file, or burn music but drag the playlist and not files into the music window in NeroExpress.
Can mp3Tag play a role here??