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  • g0a
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Best way to re-encode WavPack files while preserving tags?
Hi,

I'd like re-encode WavPack files while keeping the tags. A simple script doing recursive directory traversal and calling wvunpack and wavpack takes care of the actual re-encoding, but how do I get the tags from the "old" wavpack file over? Any way to do that on the command line?

Foobar2000 doesn't work for me as it interprets the embedded cue sheets.

  • SCOTU
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Reply #1
dBPowerAmp should work

  • bryant
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Reply #2
There was another thread about this many years ago here that still seems applicable, and the copytags program is still available. 

  • g0a
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Awesome, exactly what I was hoping for.

Thanks David!

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Been using CopyTags for years, wasn't its code supposed to be integrated into WavPack?
WavPack 4.80.0 -b384hx6cmv / qaac 2.59 -V 100