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A.1) On a site it is written, that your program free-of-charge. I have downloaded the program and have understood, that it is not free-of-charge. Why? It is a deceit?
Q.1) On a site it is written, that your program free-of-charge. I have downloaded the program and have understood, that it is not free-of-charge. Why? It is a deceit?
It not a deceit. The program up to version 2.0 RC1 was free-of-charge. Since version 2.0 RC1 the program is sold for money. On this site the out-of-date information is specified.
Q.2) How in the program something to make with tags? Not clearly how to rename files...
All operations with mp3 files and other music files are performed with the help of Actions. Using Actions, you can change tags for a large or very large list of files. You can first change the data virtually, while the program will save all those changes to files afterwards. You will also be able to make the filenames the way you want them, create playlists and copy the changed files to the folders with your favorite music.
In more detail about Actions you can in the On-line Help, topic "How to use Actions".
Q.3) What is an ID3 tag?
The ID3v1 tag is located in the last 128 bytes of an MP3 file. It includes Title, Artist, Album, Comment, Genre, Year and Track Number information. ID3v2 tags are located at the beginning of the file and can contain more information. Including multiline comments, lyrics and pictures. See www.id3.org site for more details.
Q.4) Why do ID3v2 tags take more time to write than ID3v1 tags?
Version 2 tags are located at the beginning of each file. If a tag already exists and is big enough to contain your information the old one will be replaced but otherwise the file has to be rewritten. Since version 1 tags are located at the end of the file, rewriting of the file never needs to occur in order to increase the size of the tag.
Q.5) Why the program does not work with other music formats: OGG, WMA, ASF, APE and other?
We plan support of other formats of musical files in the nearest versions of the program.
Q.6) What is "support UNICODE in mp3 tags"?
You can use national symbols (diacritic symbols, umlauts, hieroglyphs, etc) of your alphabet at editing tags. For example: é ù ý ó £. In settings of the program the option "Save new/edited tags in" should be established in "UNICODE encoding".
Q.7) Winamp the tags changed in the program are not correctly displayed. Why?
Winamp can show not truly UNICODE symbols in tags. Use for playing files other program, for example, MS Windows Media Player or establish an option "Save new/edited tags in" in "ANSI encoding".
Q.8) Tell about sequence of actions of the user in your program.
See On-line Help, topic "Step-by-Step Instruction".
Q.8) The files include each of the characters (in unicode order) from the Latin Extended-B and Latin Extended-Additional Charts. Some of the characters from these charts are displayed, but many are not.
See On-line Help, topic "UNICODE Encoding in the Program".
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