I wonder why the winamp plugin doesn't feature a simple tag editor ?
some file info could be there as well. Compression ratio, file size etc.!
Quotesome file info could be there as well. Compression ratio, file size etc.!Not sure what you mean but the comparison table is up to date:http://flac.sourceforge.net/comparison.html
Another question:With an earlier version of FLAC (1.02) I could easily enter a commandline like this in a DOS box and it worked fine:'flac -t *.flac'But since 1.03 I get an error message, it seems that wildcards are not parsed correctly. I'm running Win98 SE (still...).
After a little more searching I found the 1.02 binary that worked::\tmp>flac -t *.flac::flac 1.0.2, Copyright © 2000,2001 Josh Coalson:flac comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are:welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions. Type `flac' for details.:01_Rattlesnake_Live.flac: okUnfortunately I don't remember where I got it from, but filedate and size are as follows:FLAC EXE 53.760 05-01-02 17:10 flac.exe(Where date is dd-mm-yy)