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Just for My Memory
Original post here:

http://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopic=15179

An example with another MP4 audio file:



Please consider.
ohrenkino
QUOTE (Just for My Memory @ Mar 16 2012, 13:58) *
Original post here:

http://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopic=15179

An example with another MP4 audio file:


Please consider.

I doubt that a missing feature is a bug. I would have expected this post just like the original one in the section "general discussion".
I also doubt that the iTunes way is really the only way - or could be considered to be a bug just as well.
Fascinatingly, other use complain about the opposite effect: that the padding seems to stay the same
(see http://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopi...amp;hl=padding)
So i do not understand the point of the argument. What would be the benefit to keep the padding? I can only see the waste of disc space.
Just for My Memory
QUOTE (ohrenkino @ Mar 17 2012, 04:23) *
I doubt that a missing feature is a bug. I would have expected this post just like the original one in the section "general discussion".
I also doubt that the iTunes way is really the only way - or could be considered to be a bug just as well.
Fascinatingly, other use complain about the opposite effect: that the padding seems to stay the same
(see http://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopi...amp;hl=padding)
So i do not understand the point of the argument. What would be the benefit to keep the padding? I can only see the waste of disc space.


If Mp3tag can't be sure that it handles files 100% correctly, then it should keep the padding -- whatever reason it is.

That will make M4A files edited with Mp3tag "feel" they are not altered.
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