Hi, I am attempting to convert my lossless WMA library over to FLAC. I purchased dBpoweramp to do this and tested a few files when I noticed that it converts the file fine, and even copies tags over -- however it omits the UNIQUEFILEIDENTIFIER tag. Specifically, dBpoweramp does not see this tag in its ID-Tag editor, however Mp3Tag does see it. I have two questions:
- Where is Mp3Tag picking this value up from? I did some research and found several options, but I don't know how any of them are surfaced in Mp3Tag:
'gnid' in iTunes metadata
- Within Mp3Tag, I noticed that I can simply Ctrl+C from my lossless WMA and Ctrl-V to my FLAC file. Awesome. However is it possible to do that for my whole library? For example, lets say I have 1,000 tracks in an Artist/Album/*.wma structure. I use dBpoweramp to convert them to FLAC and now each .wma has an equal .flac file sitting next to it. Is it possible to somehow batch copy (1,000) tags from one to the other? If I select all my WMAs, do Ctrl+C, then select all my FLACs, how can I be sure that the metadata is being copied to the correct file?