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  • plazz
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FLAC & Tagging
Hi,

I ripped a lot of albums to FLAC with EAC using --tag="Track"="%n".

It should have been --tag="Tracknumber"="%n".

How can I batch rename this tag in all my FLACs?

Just one other question: I want to convert FLACs to MP3, and I've been using Speek's All2Lame. How do I get it to write ID3V2 tags as well as ID3V1?

  • Sachankara
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FLAC & Tagging
Reply #1
Notepad/Edit/Replace...

  • plazz
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Reply #2
 

I don't know if you were serious or not  but it doesn't work. I edited it with TextPad and it breaks the FLAC file.

Surely there's something that can remove tags and add tags?

  • Gambit
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  • Gambit
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Reply #4
And no, you can't do it in notepad. You could do it in a hex editor but you would have to know what you are doing. But that's getting OT, just follow the links.
Burrrn - http://www.burrrn.net/
MPEG Audio Collection - http://mac.sourceforge.net/

  • Amadablam
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Reply #5
I'm sure when it was suggested to edit the tags with notepad, the person meant to export the vorbis comments first (using --export-vc-to=file), do the editing, then import the comments back into the file (using --import-vc-from=file).  This will work, although you'll have to do it for each file individually, and if you have many files, this certainly won't be very efficient.
  • Last Edit: 19 March, 2003, 03:59:47 PM by Amadablam

  • floyd
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Reply #6
you may be able to use the masstagger in foobar for this.  i don't have flac files so no clue whether it will work.