[vorbis] Quality & Tags
David K. Gasaway
dave at gasaway.org
Thu Jan 31 21:36:56 PST 2002
On 31 Jan 2002 at 21:19, Jonathan Walther wrote:
> The ENCODING tag fits goal # 1 of the standard, so its in. If you want
> to be pedantic, all the information in the tags should be "metadata",
> and we shouldn't use the tags at all.
Oh, man. Don't invite another flame war. ;)
I'm not trying to pedantic. I was making a distinction between information that applies to the
source material, versus information that applies to the encoding. I was using "metadata" to refer
to the latter.
> I too am one of those who would scribble encoding quality on my cd cover
> if I had enough room.
Hey, cool by me. But I agree with Mr. Morton - this type of data fits better in the informal class of
metadata / information / whatever-you-want-to-call-it.
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