[vorbis] An handful of tags !
aardvaak at ifrance.com
Sat Jun 23 02:20:16 PDT 2001
At 00:25 22/06/01 +0300, you wrote:
>On Friday 22 June 2001 00:17, Monty wrote:
> > No, mp3's taggings [id3 and id3v2] are a mess. The kids who
> > invented these should have been forced to take a few software
> > engineering courses before doing it. id3 makes me itch. It's true.
> > It gives me hives.
>Ogg Vorbis seems to have a good tagging system. Is there some kind of
>length limitations in the text fields? If not, we'll sooner or later
>see someone writing complete novels in those, just for the sake of
Sorry, I don't know why vorbis tags are better than id3... For instance,
I'm convince a "genre" category _must_ be limited to a certain number of
possibilities. This is far better for database searching.
Of course, there is the problem of WHO is proficient enough to decide what
is a genre and what is not. Surely a distributed decision...
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