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The problem is most often with Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Arabic, Thai, Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew names. It's better to change the ID3 tags while the files are on the computer, and then transfer them to the player.Edit: You can't remove the id3v1 tags just by saving the Any help is greatly appreciated. 10-21-2010, 11:44 AM #2 cjmnews Join Date: Apr 2006 Location: Arizona Posts: 8,518 permalink I didn't download your file. Given that, I'm not sure I can see how to work around this. 😢 Member jackwilsdon commented Mar 14, 2016 It sounds like there isn't much we can do sadly, just http://recupsoft.com/strange-problem/strange-problem-could-use-your-help.html

Obviously I've played the file in iTunes, that doesn't make a difference. Free download at http://www.fiat500soft.com Stweard, January 11, 2015 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Loading... The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. First you tell me to try a tag editor, then you tell me that when you see this it is usually the same in the tag editor. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/strange-problem-with-mp3-tags.881739/

For me I rarely edit tags but when I do, it's with iTunes. Not to mention they're all different bitrates and some are even ALAC, so I'd have to sort through them and convert each album seperately basically anyway. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Why isn't there a page explaining under what circumstances this will be greyed out?thxk Mar 20, 2011 7:17 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by turingtest2, turingtest2 Mar
  • I'll try to rip the album from the CD again and copy it directly, without using beets, just to check.
  • Winamp The results are shown here: So apparently there really are some problems inherent in your "not-working" version.
  • The problem seems to be finding a program with re-flash capability, which can also read the tags of the files like WinAMP and Windows Explorer can.
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  • all it seems to require is a minor change, like type an extra letter into the track and album tags, delete, and save.i did find that files that had bad tags
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JamesHTT, Dec 1, 2009 #3 stantley Joined: May 22, 2005 Messages: 7,091 You could try reinstalling WMP to see if that helps. Does this only come up for MP3/ID3, or have you tried other formats too? Instead of Artist and Track name you see question marks, squares or garbled symbols like Xƒg@ƒX[ƒp[‰p’PŒê or Ñóïåð. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 14, 2012 1:45 AM PDT In reply to: confused...

How absolutely mature of you. Member sampsyo commented Feb 25, 2016 Yeah, that thing with the capital B is truly strange. Quote: Originally Posted by Skarekrow73 I understand now that what needs to happen is I need to as you mentioned "re-flash" the files. look at this site Reload to refresh your session.

I would have to download your non-working mp3 file, open it in foobar2000, and do a little digging around. What happens is, when I alter any mp3 tag and apply changes I get an unknown character added to the end of the artist tag. Maybe if I can figure out a way to get winamp to batch "copy to ID3V1" and then use mp3 tag to batch re-flash the tags on the files afterwards (copy If not post a HJT log in case there's some malware on the system.

Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. my company Member sampsyo commented Feb 29, 2016 OK, sorry for all the commenting, but I apparently can't let this go! Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎04-25-2008 09:14 AM I believe that if there is a conflict between Reload to refresh your session.

Read the paragraph from the UPDATE onwards. news You need not use Winamp or MP3Tag. Premium Supporter sgatke MP Donator Joined: January 12, 2009 Messages: 76 Ratings: +2 / 0 Home Country: Denmark December 27, 2010 #1 Hello there and merry Christmas to all of you. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - and BTW, the problem was in the id3v2.x artist field by obsessed / June 14, 2012 2:10 AM PDT In reply to: ok,

And I noticed that this is a relatively recently occurring thing, didn't used to happen. I may look into NAS soon; I think it can be synced with itunes..I'm also considering an all-Linux solution, because I'm tired of problems like this. We say potentially because you don’t know for sure which one has been used. http://recupsoft.com/strange-problem/strange-problem-need-help.html Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎04-25-2008 08:07 AM got my 8 gb fuze a few weeks ago.

I don't really understand. Advertisement JamesHTT Thread Starter Joined: Jan 21, 2009 Messages: 4 Hey all, I've been having some trouble with my .mp3 tags. Like I said, the ones that don't work have all their tags, iTunes just cant see them.

Here is a royalty-free mp3 with the tags from one of the songs applied to it (using beet import) that exhibits the issue: Kevin MacLeod - Pixelland Here is the output

Will probably stop here. Member jackwilsdon commented Feb 24, 2016 Sadly I don't have a copy of the alt-J track that has not been "touched" by beets, as my entire music library is managed by Additionally, you're so smart you haven't realised we already found a solution that's easier than using any program youre "looking into". United States Copyright © Apple Inc.

Member jackwilsdon commented Feb 24, 2016 So it looks like any songs using an ASCII quote (which is 27 in hex) render fine. What is dBpoweramp changing when the file is re-written to cause it to work properly? The problem is that the MP3 ID3 tags can be saved with many different character encodings, for example ISO 8859-1 or CP1251 but iOS does not support them. check my blog When I move the files over, the permissions definitely change.

If I can find a player/jukebox that handles podcast syncing as elegantly as ipod/itunes, I'm leaving the Apple ecosystem for good. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). So you are absolutely correct: you need to find a software that can not only read e bad tags, but re-flash them as well. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the Forum FAQ and Forum Policy.

Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎04-25-2008 09:01 AM thanks for the info. thanks. try a program called "id3kill" and remove only id3v1 tags.

Download chacon plugin for foobar from here and install it. If anyone else is following this, I seem to be doing ok with Mp3 Tag Tools. Really annoying. As I said, you may run into issues if you have tracks with special characters or they have really long song, album, or artist names.

When I save, that (!BAD ID3v2) text disappears and the file now has no tags, it is saved with nothing in any of the fields. So turns out Windows "re-flashes" all the tags, even when only one field is altered. i'm using winamp (5.63, current version) as my comp's MP3 software, and sometimes use it's "AutoTag" feature to fill out the tag info. I currently have hundreds of files that I imported, half of which are "not working" and the other half which are fine.

Additional picture for illustration: As you can see, after using Winamp's "Copy to ID3V1" function, and purposely configuring MP3Tag to ignore V1 tags, MP3Tag recognizes that new ID3V1 tags are written, To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. You can delete the database, WMP creates a new empty database then add your songs back in. I guess we can conclude ffmpeg has the same problem getting the encoding right for what Android expects?

Maybe it's Apple, maybe they had an issue but here it is flawless.My specific recommendation is to check download.com and try the top five folk like. This is all working great in MediaPortal. flavallee replied Mar 7, 2017 at 4:34 PM Loading...