I would like to use JRiver, if finally get support for files with embedded cue sheets... Jim???
With garf's kind permission, I'd like to start a thread for discussion of JRiver Media Center.
That said, JRiver Media Center has always had a great reputation around here. I'm glad to see you guys active!
I apparently violated the terms of service so several posts were moved to the recycle bin.http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=92138I apologize for the perceived violation, but I think the article had some redeeming social value. I'm sorry you didn't. I will try to be more careful in the future.
I've moved this thread back in to General Audio. I think a topic split is somewhat warranted. People seem to be a bit chatty in this case, so I'm doing this to encourage discussion.
... there is one ugly point in the tag writing of Jr Mc which makes compatibilty nearly impossible. When writing a custom nonstandard tag Jr MC writes in front of the name and the version number of the program. The last time i had a look that was changed for either ogg or flac or ape - i can't remember which one. How high is the probability that someday Jr MC will write the simple field name as tag frame without any additions and that for all files where possible?
I am curious to know which video and image files Jr MC can tag
Any tag change from inside JRMC also forces a datestamp change.It's surprising that JRMC still relies on a brute force tracking method while more advanced techniques have been around for a long time. About 10 years ago, Kaspersky's antivirus used to write a "stealth" signature on each file it scanned to fast-detect any future change to that file. You could not see any evidence of that change through Windows Explorer. The file looked untouched. Yet my antitrojan could see the change.
JR Media Center is at the forefront of the business for its ability to handfle high sampling frequencies and bit depths. WASAPI vs. ASIO, etc. Stuff of the rarefied audiophile world.