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> Tagging Problem, Not all tags updating
erissiva
post Aug 10 2005, 19:06
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Here's my wierd problem - sorry to sound like a noob:

I will update a file (using save tags) with the correct mp3 tags. When I view the file from WinXP, Mp3tag, or using a tag viewer - everything looks correct.
However, whenever the file is played in *any* media player, the incorrect old tags are displayed.

When I right click the file in any of my media players and view the mp3's tags using the built-in viewer, it still shows the incorrect data. However, when I view the ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags using the same players, it shows as the correct data that I tagged them with.

This is happening with all of my media players and most of my programs that read mp3 tags. What is going on?
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dano
post Aug 10 2005, 19:26
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Please name the programs that don't show the new tags.


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erissiva
post Aug 11 2005, 04:44
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Let's see...

Programs:

XMPlay
WinAmp
MusikCube
Foobar2000
Music NFO Builder
Nero!


I could give more examples, but I ran out of steam.
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Florian
post Aug 11 2005, 09:41
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Maybe the old information is stored somewhere in the programs music library/database/whatever.

You can send me one of the offending files and I'll have a look if something is wrong.

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~ Florian


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