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Topic: Label vs Publisher / Barcode vs Catalog (Read 300 times) previous topic - next topic
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Label vs Publisher / Barcode vs Catalog

CUERipper uses a pattern that confuses me.

When ripping a CD (either tracks or image), the tags viewed by foobar2000 are "crossed" so to speak.

What should be viewed in %label% ends up being viewed in %publisher% and what should be viewed in %barcode% ends up being viewed in %catalog%.

Is there any way to force (configure) the program to be coherent?

Re: Label vs Publisher / Barcode vs Catalog

Reply #1
I did some mistakes in the picture, but the text is right.

Instead of "Label n.", the green color would be "Catalog" in foobrar.

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Reply #2
http://age.hobba.nl/audio/tag_frame_reference.html
CATALOG is used in lieu of EAN/UPN as that's the command name used in the CUE file for UPC/EAN
PUBLISHER is being used for the 'record label'
LABELNO is used for the record label-specific catalogue number (not the barcode)

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Is there any way to force (configure) the program to be coherent?
https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php?topic=118915.0#post_g10
korth

Re: Label vs Publisher / Barcode vs Catalog

Reply #3
Cool.
@korth I'm learning a lot here, thanks for all!