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ParrotSquawk
post Nov 26 2006, 14:38
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I have been searching for a solution to the multiple artist/mutilpe genre problem for some songs.

Most of my music is already in mp3 format, precluding a rerip to ogg or some other format.

Has anyone thought of a new container package format to allow different/multiple tags, such as artist 1, artist 2 genre 1, genre 2. As I sense it, the only problem then becomes the readers/players, requiring them to keep multuple index entries for the same audio fle. Is this an insurmountable problem? I wouldn't think so for software players like Winamp or WMP, but could this be impelmented in portable players like iPods etc via firmware updates?

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Firon
post Nov 26 2006, 23:14
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With foobar2000 you can add as many tags as you want, even multiple of the same one, just use ID3v2 tags for the MP3s.
Other players will probably just display one of the duplicates though.

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j7n
post Nov 27 2006, 01:30
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.. APETAGEX (APEv2) tags will do just fine too if you don't need compatibility with other players. Tags are data bytes either appended to the end of your file or inserted at the beginning. There is no need to wrap your stream in another container (like Matroska or OGM) just to store metadata values.

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(please don't shoot me if I do not approve PP's tag choice)


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