Metadata and You

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Here are a couple of tools,

Submitted by Brylie Oxley (not verified) on August 10, 2009 - 11:11pm.

Here are a couple of tools, Software Libre, for modifying common metadata:

MP3 (ID3 tags):http://dodson.id.au/filerename/

Images (EXIF):

 http://phgiraud.free.fr/exifmanager/

Thank you for the

Submitted by Hill (not verified) on August 11, 2009 - 5:44am.

Thank you for the interesting and comprehensive tutorial on meta data. I, like many people had no idea what the term even meant until reading this post. online casino

So how would one go about

Submitted by Josh (not verified) on August 11, 2009 - 4:25pm.

So how would one go about making sure that a company like CD Baby (who has a service submitting songs to iTunes, DigStation,eMusic, etc…) puts the appropriate metadata in your files?

Amen!  I?ve been

Submitted by Emily Richards (not verified) on August 13, 2009 - 12:07am.

Amen!  I’ve been preaching this message to deaf ears, I swear!

At TuneTrack, any album you get (FLAC, ACC, MP3, OGG) includes lyrics and rich metadata.  Unfortunately, folks like iTunes and Amazon strip the song tags embedded in the file and don’t accept much metadata whatsoever.  I think that will change, however, in this next evolution of digital music.

 

 

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