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bad assumptions about why ALS took so long.For one thing, the code isn't well optimized. I don't know how much one can speed up by improving, but I remember seeing test runs when FLAC was in its infancy - whether it was before or after 1.0 I don't know - where encoding would be much slower than Monkey's. Like, a factor of two or three. Fast forward a decade and you could flip that ratio. I guess the big part of it is that -e wasn't anymore necessary; I don't remember the exact details, but some are still around early HA threads and I think others I found by wayback machine versions of flac.sourceforge.net
Do I have to change the ReFacets Filter to $meta(rating) IS 5? [EDIT: No, $meta(rating) IS 5 doesn't work. So what do I do?
Yes, but it should be "$meta(rating)" IS 5 or rating IS 5 ... like regor said above, these point to tags.
(In query syntax, any title formatting functions starting with $ need to be in quotes)
What I don't get is that the Rating bit in the tracks Properties panel is listed as Field name: RATING, but it shows my $meta(rating) ratings just fine.
Yes, the Properties > Metadata tab will always show file tags. The Properties > Details tab is where it will show database info under the Playback Statistics heading.
"$meta(rating)" IS 5
Read the readme pdf installation instructions (just added it a week ago). Toolbar panels are only available in CUI.Just reading it now. Thanks. 👍
People, online music databases, musical genres... seem to define songwriting in different ways.
If you are willing to spend time on this, the Discogs Credit List (Writting & Arrangement section) is quite handy helping to define your own song-writer's meaning. If you do, please share it here. Maybe someone could then provide a ready-made script.