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which format is correct?

Hello
could anybody confirm that vorbis field names are case-insensitive according to the standard.

Example - I'm encoding the same file by:
1. CDex with 'internal' Ogg Vorbis DLL Encoder (Xiph.Org libVorbis | 20050304)
2. EAC with oggenc2.exe (OggEnc v2.6 (libvorbis 1.1.1))

Next checking the output file by ogginfo:
1. TITLE=Monty Norman Orchestra / James Bond Theme
    ARTIST=Various
    ALBUM=James Bond 30th Anniversary - CD1
    TRACKNUMBER=1
    GENRE=Soundtrack
    DATE=1992
2. title=James Bond Theme
  artist=Monty Norman Orchestra
  genre=Soundtrack
  date=1992
  album=James Bond 30th Anniversary - CD1
  tracknumber=1

So you can see that in the 2nd case all the field names are lowercase. That's ok for most players, but it cause a problem for Twonky music server I'm using. I'll work with Twonky guys but for the moment id3tag tool solved the problem.

May be someone will be so kind to compile 'uppercase' version of oggenc2 ?
Thanks!!


which format is correct?

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May be someone will be so kind to compile 'uppercase' version of oggenc2 ?
Thanks!!
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Use this command line in EAC :

-q6 -c "ARTIST=%a" -c "TITLE=%t" -c "ALBUM=%g" -c "DATE=%y" -c "TRACKNUMBER=%n" -c "GENRE=%m" %s

-Martin.

 
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