Am I doing something wrong?
I think 'Artist' names longer than 31 characters are causing issues - I'm not sure if it is Windows 10 or with WMP Tag Plus - or somewhere else.
Yes, it is technically possible to add an option to my plug-in to override the native FLAC tagging support in Windows 10.
Are these files in the AAC or Apple Lossless format, or perhaps even something else? Do they contain any other streams than audio (video, picture...)?Are you running the final build of Windows 10? There's native Apple Lossless support there, so no need for WMP Tag Plus or DC-Bass anymore.
Hello, i am using WMP Tag Plus since Windows 7.I have upgraded to Windows 10 and unfortunatelyi had the crash issue with my library that contains mostly FLAC files.I have disable the FLAC native support, but nowthe WMP can detect only half of my library.The half problematic one is shown as unknown artist (all songs are in there).By the way FLAC are still playing, did not have to add any decoder (such as mFLAC).MP3Tag on those songs are correct.So, what to do here?And secondly, why if i change something in Library with WMP Tag Plus, those meta are not written also at the actualmetadata file (like what MP3Tag plus does)?I have the options in WMP Library->Automatic Media Information update for files1)Retrieve additional information from the Internet->Overwrite all media information2)Rename music files using rip music settings