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foobar2000 1.1.11 WAV tagging, Album Artist field not read by ImgBurn 2.5.7.0
Dandruff
post Apr 2 2012, 13:50
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foobar2000 1.1.11 WAV tagging isn't fully compatible to ImgBurn 2.5.7.0 (create Cue file). ImgBurn can't read the Album Artist. All other fields are read properly.


ImgBurn developer said:

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It only reads the LIST -> INFO tags though, not anything from the extra ID3 tag on the end of the file.

There's nothing in the INFO chunk for Album Artist though, that must be ID3 tag only.



Any chance to write the Album Artist to the INFO chunk too?

http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=9031
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lvqcl
post Apr 2 2012, 15:56
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From "Multimedia Programming Interface and Data Specifications 1.0" (found at http://www.tactilemedia.com/info/MCI_Control_Info.html or http://www-mmsp.ece.mcgill.ca/documents/au...ocs/riffmci.pdf ):

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An ‘INFO’ list should contain only the following chunks. New chunks may be defined, but an
application should ignore any chunk it doesn't understand.

IARL Archival Location. Indicates where the subject of the file is archived.
IART Artist. Lists the artist of the original subject of the file. For example,
“Michaelangelo.”
ICMS Commissioned. Lists the name of the person or organization that
commissioned the subject of the file. For example, “ Pope Julian II.”
ICMT Comments. Provides general comments about the file or the subject of the
file. If the comment is several sentences long, end each sentence with a
period. Do not include newline characters.
ICOP Copyright. Records the copyright information for the file. For example,
“Copyright Encyclopedia International 1991.” If there are multiple
copyrights, separate them by a semicolon followed by a space.
ICRD Creation date. Specifies the date the subject of the file was created. List dates
in year-month-day format, padding one-digit months and days with a zero on
the left. For example, “ 1553-05-03” for May 3, 1553.
ICRP Cropped. Describes whether an image has been cropped and, if so, how it was
cropped. For example, “ lower right corner.”
IDIM Dimensions. Specifies the size of the original subject of the file. For example,
“ 8.5 in h, 11 in w.”
IDPI Dots Per Inch. Stores dots per inch setting of the digitizer used to produce the
file, such as “ 300.”
IENG Engineer. Stores the name of the engineer who worked on the file. If there are
multiple engineers, separate the names by a semicolon and a blank. For
example, “ Smith, John; Adams, Joe.”
IGNR Genre. Describes the original work, such as, “ landscape,” “ portrait,” “ still
life,” etc.
IKEY Keywords. Provides a list of keywords that refer to the file or subject of the
file. Separate multiple keywords with a semicolon and a blank. For example,
“ Seattle; aerial view; scenery.”
ILGT Lightness. Describes the changes in lightness settings on the digitizer required
to produce the file. Note that the format of this information depends on
hardware used.
IMED Medium. Describes the original subject of the file, such as, “ computer
image,” “ drawing,” “ lithograph,” and so forth.
INAM Name. Stores the title of the subject of the file, such as, “ Seattle From
Above.”
IPLT Palette Setting. Specifies the number of colors requested when digitizing an
image, such as “ 256.”
IPRD Product. Specifies the name of the title the file was originally intended for,
such as “Encyclopedia of Pacific Northwest Geography.”
ISBJ Subject. Describes the conbittents of the file, such as “Aerial view of
Seattle.”
ISFT Software. Identifies the name of the software package used to create the file,
such as “Microsoft WaveEdit.”
ISHP Sharpness. Identifies the changes in sharpness for the digitizer required to
produce the file (the format depends on the hardware used).
ISRC Source. Identifies the name of the person or organization who supplied the
original subject of the file. For example, “ Trey Research.”
ISRF Source Form. Identifies the original form of the material that was digitized,
such as “ slide,” “ paper,” “map,” and so forth. This is not necessarily the
same as IMED.
ITCH Technician. Identifies the technician who digitized the subject file. For
example, “ Smith, John.”


So, the statement above seems to be true: "There's nothing in the INFO chunk for Album Artist, that must be ID3 tag only." (emphasis mine).

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Dandruff
post Apr 2 2012, 16:03
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Ok, I've posted your reply in the ImgBurn forum ...
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lvqcl
post Apr 2 2012, 16:30
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(You posted there: "Reply from a developer:"... I'm not foobar2000 developer wink.gif I wrote several plugins for it, but not its core.)
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Dandruff
post Apr 2 2012, 16:45
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Ok. But "a developer" doesn't need to mean "a foobar2000 developer" wink.gif
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