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 on: April 09, 2019, 11:31:01 AM 
Started by Neuromance1972 - Last post by Neuromance1972
Hi there,
yes, in the WAV files there were two ID3 chunks. A regular ID3V2.3 one, containing four TXXX frames for Replay Gain info and a second one (the RIFF), added by MP3Tag. Anyway, ok with that, I just change process.

Regarding the AIFF support for ID3, I see and thanks for clarifying. After digging around, i've found this: http://aifftagging.blogspot.com/2013/11/aiff-audio-files-can-be-tagged-with.html?m=1 and it looks like Kid3 CLI fits for what I need, so I'll give it a try.

Cheers

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 on: April 07, 2019, 11:36:32 PM 
Started by Neuromance1972 - Last post by Administrator
Hello, thanks for having sent the file.
Effectively the ID3V2 tag has been inserted using a non standard "ID3 " RIFF chunk at the very bottom of the wav file and this is still not supported by our component: we will check the possibility to add support for this chunk too but this won't happen in the immediate future.
In the meantime, you may read some tag info about this specific file through the "ListInfo" chunk which is also there: the WavChunkEditor sample installed by our setup package shows how to read it.

Unfortunately tags in AIFF files are not supported by our components.

Kind Regards

Severino Delaurenti
MultiMedia Soft

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 on: April 07, 2019, 06:13:38 PM 
Started by Neuromance1972 - Last post by Neuromance1972
Hi, and thank you.
File uploaded. It's named "WAV with ID3 metadata.wav"

I am having a similiar "issue" trying to save ID3 tags into AIF, using the ID3 functions of the TagsEditor.

AIFs weren't originally meant to support metadata, but it's now generally accepted (even by iTunes!) that they can support ID3 tags.
Or, with AIF, i should try to use a different tag format that is supported by your engine?

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 on: April 07, 2019, 10:27:40 AM 
Started by Neuromance1972 - Last post by Administrator
You are welcome :-)

Kind Regards

Severino Delaurenti
MultiMedia Soft

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 on: April 07, 2019, 10:27:10 AM 
Started by Neuromance1972 - Last post by Administrator
Hello,

I don't think that an ID3V2 tag inserted in a wav file is supported by our engine but you may send us a wav file containing the tag so we could make some testing with it:
ftp://ftp.multimediasoft.com
 username: myguest
 password: mmsoft

Kind Regards

Severino Delaurenti
MultiMedia Soft

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 on: April 06, 2019, 08:38:21 AM 
Started by Neuromance1972 - Last post by Neuromance1972
Hi there, it's me again...
Due to my sound processing desing, i need to process the Replay Gain metadada before i create MP3 (or any other file format other than WAV).
So, i managed to add an ID3 V2.3 tag ("TXXX", 4 frames) to the WAV files.
Checked with MP3Tag and Foobar and the metadata are there.

However, when i try to load them via ASOED, using ID3V2_FrameCountGet("TXXX"), ID3V2_UserTextFrameDescriptionGet(iIndex) and ID3V2_UserTextFrameGet(iIndex), no joy.
Apparently ALL_AnalyzeSoundFile returns 0 (no tags) if the input is a WAV file with ID3 V2 frames in it.

Is that by design?

Many thanks in advance

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 on: April 05, 2019, 01:45:33 PM 
Started by Neuromance1972 - Last post by Neuromance1972
Hi Severino,
I've tried to save the TDRC (V2.4) instead of TYER and it works perfectly.
Grazie mille
Riccardo

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 on: April 05, 2019, 11:33:39 AM 
Started by Neuromance1972 - Last post by Administrator
Hello,

as seen inside the ID3V2 specifications, support for the "TYER" field has been dropped by version 2.4 of the ID3V2 format and replaced by the "TDRC" field:
http://id3.org/id3v2.4.0-changes
so, if you need to save the "TYER" field, you should definitely use version 2.3 which, as you have seen, doesn't come with support for UTF-8 encoding introduced starting from version 2.4

Hope this helps.

Kind Regards

Severino Delaurenti
MultiMedia Soft

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 on: April 05, 2019, 09:24:31 AM 
Started by Neuromance1972 - Last post by Neuromance1972
Found the following work-around.
It's far from ideal, but it appears to work.

I save first all V2.4 frames, using UTF-8 encoding (to preserve the special characters).

After that, i save the frames available only for V2.3, using ISO-8859-1 encoding (because apparently i cannot use UTF-8 with V2.3 format...)

This way, i managed to save the TYER frame, although it is not in the list of supported frames.

Any idea of any better solution?

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 on: April 05, 2019, 08:48:57 AM 
Started by Neuromance1972 - Last post by Neuromance1972
Hi there,
getting a little puzzled by the documentation.

Among the list of ID3 V2 supported text frames (TIT1, TIT2, TIT3, TALB, TOAL, TRCK, TPOS, TSST, TSRC, TPE1, TPE2, TPE3, TPE4, TOPE, TEXT, TOLY, TCOM, TMCL, TIPL, TENC, TBPM, TLEN, TKEY, TLAN, TCON, TFLT, TMED, TMOO, TCOP, TPRO, TPUB, TOWN, TRSN, TRSO, TOFN, TDLY, TDEN, TDOR, TDRC, TDRL, TDTG, TSSE, TSOA, TSOP, TSOT.) i cannot see "TYER", which is the recording year.

On the other hands, from the VB6 sample "TagsEditor", i can see that "TYER" frame is both read and written. However, when i try to do it myself, nothing gets written into the file and, if a previous value was present, it gets cancelled.

My code:
...
objASOED.TagsEditor.ID3V2_TextFrameSet "TYER", "1999"
objASOED.TagsEditor.ID3V2_SaveChanges ID3V2_FORMAT_2_4, ID3V2_ENCODING_UTF_8
...

Can anybody help to understand what's going on?

Many thanks in advance

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