[Flac-dev] quick and easy way to convert id3-tagged flac
to flac-tagged flac?
danno at umich.edu
Fri Jun 15 06:48:21 PDT 2007
I've been grabbing the following, which are just the Grip defaults.
note that i have my own workflow with grip as the frontend that
made sense when i was running three cdrom drives ripping on a 450MHz
celeron. don't anyone have bad feelings toward grip for not
supporting flac tags, it may very well do so nowadays.
*** Tag information for 01-i_dont_even_try.flac
=== TIT2 (Title/songname/content description): I Don't Even Try
=== TPE1 (Lead performer(s)/Soloist(s)): John Hiatt
=== TALB (Album/Movie/Show title): Riding With The King
=== TYER (Year): 1983
=== COMM (Comments): (): Created by Grip
=== TCON (Content type): (17)
=== TRCK (Track number/Position in set): 1
=== COMM (Comments): (ID3v1 Comment)[XXX]: Created by Grip
COMM optional ;)
I don't even know what TCON is. Probably the genre from FreeDB,
which is generally iffy but probably worth saving. A friend of mine
always set his genre tags to "porn groove". ;)
.NET should be fine; I'm not sure I have the runtime on my windows machine
at home but if not i can get it. Don't spend a lot of effort on
this but if it's really just something quick I'd appreciate it.
On Fri, Jun 15, 2007 at 08:34:21AM -0500, Jud White wrote:
> Unless someone knows of a tool, I could make pretty quick work out of
> this. Which tags are you looking to convert, ie artist, album, title,
> track #, year, genre, images - anything else? .NET ok?
> Dan Pritts wrote:
> >So before i knew better, i encoded a lot of my CDs in flac and added
> >id3 tags (they worked, so great!).
> >I know i've seen mention of others doing this; anyone gone to the
> >trouble to write a tag conversion tool? Shouldn't be too tough,
> >but i'd rather not reinvent the wheel.
> >dan pritts
> >danno at umich.edu
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