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pcalv
post Oct 19 2006, 22:25
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Hi

For at least the last 2 years i have used EAC to rip cds and then MP3Tag to check and tidy up the tags.

Recently though i have noticed strange anomolies. I have ripped a few recent releases (e.g. James Yorkston - Year Of The Leopard, UNKLE - Self Defence) in EAC and it has looked up the freedb database found it and tagged accordingly.

When i open it in MP3Tag and search freedb it cannot be found. This has happened a number of times in the past few months. I find it hard to understand as it appears that both applications look up the same freedb database.

Cheers Paul
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dano
post Oct 19 2006, 23:07
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There a four different ways in Mp3tag to query freedb.
http://help.mp3tag.de/en/main_freedbstyle.html

Please say which you are using.

But since it's not working you probably used the web search.
Unfortunately the web search is currently not available on freedb.org

Note the announcement:
http://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopic=3446


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pcalv
post Oct 19 2006, 23:31
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Hi Dano

Thanks For the reply.

I am using the freedb button on the toolbar to search. It works fine for older stuff and always has done but not for the examples i gave earlier.

Is there another way i should query so i get the same results as eac?

Thanks Paul

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post Oct 20 2006, 11:48
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I am using the freedb button on the toolbar to search.

Yes but that's not detailed enough.
If you use the menu freedb > freedb.. or if you click the little triangle on the right of the freedb toolbar button you get a window with the four freedb choices. Please say which one you use (wich is preselected).

If you use "determine from selected files" make sure the files are in the same order as on the cd.
You can also try it with the audio cd, that is the most accurate way to calculate the disc id.

And you are sure the cds are on freedb?
And why do you need to look it up a second time when you already did in EAC?

But I've seen the albums on discogs.com, so can also try the discogs source
http://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopic=2141


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post Oct 20 2006, 21:26
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Thanks for your reply.

It is "determine from selected files" i use. Strangely it still works for some albums but not newer ones like the ones i mentioned.

I am sure the albums are on freedb because when the cds were scanned in EAC they found the correct entries. Thats why i am bit confused that i can find them in EAC and not MP3Tag which both access the same database.

The reason i cheeck the files again in MP3Tag is just to make sure they ripped ok. Just a double check really.

I did find them in discogs.com so maybe thats the way to go.

Thanks Paul
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