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  • Zeugma
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Audio Tools Library (ATL) .NET v2.0 released
ATL .NET is a fully native, C# library that reads and edits metadata from various digital audio formats, playlists and CUE Sheets.

Version 2.0 source and compiled library are now live on GitHub and NuGet : ATL .NET

Supported audio formats : AAC, AIF, MP4, M4A, AC3, DTS, DSF, DSD, FLAC, MIDI, APE, MP1-2-3, MPC, OGG, OPUS, OFR, PSF (and sister-formats such as SSF, DSF, ...), SPC, TTA, VQF, WAV, WV, WMA, MOD, XM, S3M, IT

Supported tagging standards : ID3v1.0-1.1, ID3v2.2-2.4, APEtag 1.0-2.0 and format-specific tagging (e.g. WMA)

Supported playlists formats : ASX, B4S, FPL (experimental), M3U, M3U8, PLS, SMIL (including WPL and ZPL), XSPF

Version 2.0 is a major overhaul of versions 1.x aimed at providing a cleaner code and transparent test coverage.

Any comment, request or contribution is most welcome.

  • studio13
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Re: Audio Tools Library (ATL) .NET v2.0 released
Reply #1
Hello @Zeugma !! Thanks for providing the library. Would you consider adding support for mapping the broadcast wave metadata to the playlist description field in foobar2000 for .wav & .bwav files ? See this link >> << Adding support for this metadata in Foobar2000 would be a huge help to audio professionals. Thanks !!

TAGGING : bwav, soundminer, basehead, metadata, wav
  • Last Edit: 01 January, 2018, 01:56:16 PM by studio13

  • Zeugma
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Re: Audio Tools Library (ATL) .NET v2.0 released
Reply #2
Hello @studio13,

First of all, thanks for your interest in ATL !

I'd be glad to add support for broadcast wave metadata in future versions of the library, no problem. It has been added to the roadmap.

However, I fear there's been a small misunderstanding here : ATL is not related to foobar2000 in any way.

To get broadcast wave metadata support in foobar2000, I fear you'll have to wait for someone to develop a plugin for that (unfortunately, I'm not that person, since my C++ is more than rusty).

  • Zeugma
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Re: Audio Tools Library (ATL) .NET v2.0 released
Reply #3
Hello again @studio13,

I've been studying Broadcast wave metadata this week-end. It looks like the following metadata structures can be used :
  • BEXT chunk
  • INFO chunk
  • XMP chunk, with its own sub-specifications (ISO-16684–1)
  • aXML chunk, with its own sub-specifications (specs from EBU Tech)
  • iXML chunk, with its own sub-specifications (dedicated website)

My question is : developing/integrating metadata parsers for all these will take a fair amount of time, and since I'm no audio professional, I don't know which ones are most important / widespread.

=> Could you help me prioritizing these so that I can draft a first usable release that supports the essentials ?