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> Exporter eats up Japanese text in tags?, Problems with the exporter...
Iceman B.
post Oct 5 2009, 22:55
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Hey all,

I have a cd "Rain Drops" by 猫叉Master(Nekomata Master) who's tags I want to export to (any) file.
But whatever I try, I end up with a severely crippled file :/
I have all MP3 files, and only ID3v2.4 tags, Unicode text, encoded in UTF8.

Why doesn't this work?
Am I doing something wrong? Or am I using the exporter with the wrong end in mind?
I'll include the files for everyone to check.

Help me out please!

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post Oct 6 2009, 07:34
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QUOTE (Iceman B. @ Oct 5 2009, 23:55) *
... Why doesn't this work?
Am I doing something wrong? Or am I using the exporter with the wrong end in mind? I'll include the files for everyone to check. ...

You have forgotten to attach the envolved export script file.

Assuming you use the "html_standard.mte" export script file you can try to change the first line of this export script from "$filename(html)" to "$filename(html,utf-8)" and see what happens.

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Iceman B.
post Oct 6 2009, 12:23
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I am indeed using the standard html exporter script.
But, the first line is already like this:

$filename(html,utf-8)<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

And yet I have these weird files.
What's going on?
Should I strip the <?xml... part ?

Some extra info: The tags were originally in SJIS, I believe.
So, I loaded the files into MP3tag, stripped the ID3v1 tags.

Then I cleaned up some tags that didnt display properly and "saved" the ID3v2.2 tags.
I've set up MP3tag so it writes all tags as ID3v2.4 in UTF8 format.

Does this matter?

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