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Conversion (wave 2 m4a/flac) without loosing tags
draufwienix@gmx....
post Mar 26 2013, 09:57
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Hello

Current situation:
I have a huge (500+) archive of ripped CDs and recorded Vinyls.
The format is wav and they all are tagged very accurately.
(This is because I’ve had a nice player on my music server that was able to play these files and arrange them by using the tags.)

The aim:
I want to convert these archive 1:1 to a more usable format – maybe m4a or flac. (Because a lot of devices (mobile phones, TVs,...) are not able to read these tags or even to play the files.)
A 1:1 conversion of the whole file structure should not the problem (I hope so) BUT – I want to carry all tags from the wav files to the new format.

Question:
Is there a possibility to do so?


Thanks a lot
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draufwienix@gmx....
post Mar 26 2013, 13:41
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@db1989:
Yes, tagging wavs was not so clever but it worked very easily (automatically for the CDs) with “mediamonkey”. These “project” started over 10 years ago and mp3/flac was not a suitable solution (for me) at that time. Using the tagged wavs works still very fine on the server but unfortunately my car radio, mobile phone, TV... don’t like them ;-)
I will check the type later and report.

@all:
Thanks so far.
I’ll try these tools during the next days.
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