Have i understood correctly that this information is saved in the file itself so even if i move the file to another computer etc i can still se my rating (If i have the same script on that computer)
Are you on Windows XP? Try [a href='index.php?showtopic=66155']this[/a].
Hi there, nice tutorial. Updating ratings for FLACs works fine (the rating can be seen in other programs, such as Tag&Rename), however, when updating an mp3 rating this is not updated when viewed in tag&rename (ie. the "real" metadata/tag). Odd.
Depends on where the rating info is stored in. Its a real mess with ID3...Windows/WMP stores the rating info in a POPM (Popularimeter) Frame (besides the fact that on windows 7 all existing TXXX Frames gets messed up...).Tag & Rename uses POPM Frame, too. It adds an additional COMM (Comment) Field with a text info (e. g. "Very Good" for Rating = 4).foobar2000 does not. It ignores the POPM Frame completely and stores the rating info in a TXXX Frame, that is ignored by Windows/WMP (and i guess Tag & Rename too).
@Bryter: Use "Arial Unicode MS"
i'm guessing you have foo_playcount installed which uses %rating% for it's internal database. if this is the case, you'll need to use$meta(rating)to directly access the %rating% tags in your files.
One more question: What police shall be used to have nice stars [?]
Install East Asian language support and it will substitute the correct font for those characters.
Quote from: sanaa on 15 October, 2010, 06:26:21 AMOne more question: What police shall be used to have nice stars [?]kode54 gave the answer in this thread:Quote from: kode54 on 28 September, 2008, 03:47:06 PMInstall East Asian language support and it will substitute the correct font for those characters.Then you should be able to keep the nice font for text, while automatically using Arial Unicode MS characters for those letters not present in the regular ones.
Also the stars from Arial Unicode MS are not so nice, the are somehow in italic, that why I was looking for the "nice stars" police.