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> Losing quality?
andy81
post Aug 17 2006, 13:41
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Hi,

I'm new to Mp3Tag, and also to the forums - so sorry if this has already been discussed. I'm using version 2.36, and I was just wondering if when editing mp3 ID3 tags it will lose any of the audio quality of the files, the more times you edit a track? Eg. if I was to rename the tag, say 1 or 1000 times, would I notice any loss in sound quality on the mp3?

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Sebastian Mares
post Aug 17 2006, 14:43
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No quality loss, except if you have a bad controller or something that causes data loss, but this is very, very rare.


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post Aug 17 2006, 16:43
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QUOTE (Sebastian Mares @ Aug 17 2006, 14:43) *
No quality loss, except if you have a bad controller or something that causes data loss, but this is very, very rare.


Cool. Just was a bit worried that I might be losing quality if I needed to re-edit the tags for spelling mistakes/adding more info etc. What's a "bad controller" by the way?
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Sebastian Mares
post Aug 17 2006, 16:57
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Forget about it. smile.gif In some rare cases, the hardware might have problems or incompatibilities causing data corruption.


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