Thanks Ken & Jason. This was just what I was looking for.
From: Ken [mailto:sqz (AT) lemmingstothesea (DOT) com]
Sent: Friday, January 30, 2004 12:22 AM
To: discuss (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com
Subject: Re: [slim] Batch Tag update for FLAC
To be more precise, load the files you want to retag into the foobar
playlist, select all of them, right click to get the context menu and select
Masstagger -> Edit tags. In the Masstagger dialog, click the "Add" button,
select "Set value..." and click OK to bring up the Set value dialog. In this
dialog, select the tag you want to change under "Field name:" and type in the
value to want to change it to in the "Field value:" area. Select OK to close
the dialog, and then "Run" from the Masstagger dialog. This will retag all of
the selected files with that tag and value.
Note that this feature is only available in the 'normal' and 'special'
versions of foobar, not the 'lite' version.
Jason Holtzapple wrote:
> --- Mark Aronica <aronica (AT) vmware (DOT) com> wrote:
>>What do folks use (on Windows) to do tag updates on multiple FLAC files at
>>the same time. I'm looking for a way to go back to previously ripped CDs
>>adjust, for example, the album name for all the song files in that album.
>>would be really cool if the tool also allowed me to quickly browse all the
>>Artist/Album/Song tags in my collection in a way that allowed me to quickly
>>identify abnormalities (i.e., Davis, Miles vs. Miles Davis).
> Have a look at foobar2000 - http://www.foobar2000.org/
> Deceptively simple interface. Lots of power under the hood.
> It should do what you want.
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Thread: Batch Tag update for FLAC
2004-01-30, 11:21 #1Mark AronicaGuest
Batch Tag update for FLAC