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  • in reply to: Does normalization respect channel differences? #1646
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    Thanks for the clarification. It helps.

    in reply to: How to save Zortam Settings in case you Format HDD #1460
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    How do I do that?

    in reply to: Filename formats -> tag info #953
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    I have tried this feature and it does not work for me. Most of my mp3s are formatted with [Artist] – Title. The quare brackets are actually in the filename, but I do not want them in the tags. So I enter, using your wildcards, [%1] – %2 as the filename format I have, but the tagger still writes the square brackets into the tag. Your parser is not the only tagger that has problems with this. Do I have to write my own parser to take these out and then put them back later or are you going to fix it? As many have said before, it seems silly to purchase a program that requires me to change my habits.

    Thanks

    in reply to: Filename formats -> tag info #1044
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    I have tried this feature and it does not work for me. Most of my mp3s are formatted with [Artist] – Title. The quare brackets are actually in the filename, but I do not want them in the tags. So I enter, using your wildcards, [%1] – %2 as the filename format I have, but the tagger still writes the square brackets into the tag. Your parser is not the only tagger that has problems with this. Do I have to write my own parser to take these out and then put them back later or are you going to fix it? As many have said before, it seems silly to purchase a program that requires me to change my habits.

    Thanks

    in reply to: Filename formats -> tag info #1145
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    I have tried this feature and it does not work for me. Most of my mp3s are formatted with [Artist] – Title. The quare brackets are actually in the filename, but I do not want them in the tags. So I enter, using your wildcards, [%1] – %2 as the filename format I have, but the tagger still writes the square brackets into the tag. Your parser is not the only tagger that has problems with this. Do I have to write my own parser to take these out and then put them back later or are you going to fix it? As many have said before, it seems silly to purchase a program that requires me to change my habits.

    Thanks

    in reply to: How to search lyrics for some words? #1615
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    Just use Find icon or Ctrl+F ( Search Mp3 Library ) and select
    from combo box -> lyrics.

    Enter a word or phrase and that’s it. It might be more then one song listed.

    All lyrics is cashed by Zortam.

    Zortam Support

    in reply to: Track numbers showing without slashes? #1642
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    Thank you for your post.
    It is a bug. We are going to fix it in our next release 17.20.

    Zortam Suport

    in reply to: Does normalization respect channel differences? #1643
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    Yes, it does respect original amplitude.

    Zortam is using third party product called mp3gain for normlaizing mp3 files.
    For detail information how normalization is done check mp3gain product page at:

    How to Normalize Mp3 files

    You may also change in Options target volume. We have find out from our users that 94.5 dB is “good” for most of songs.

    Zortam Support

    in reply to: Add Genres #1644
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    I have the same problem. Any solution? Anyone?

    in reply to: Add Genres #1645
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    It is on our to do list and it will be implemented soon.

    You should use Replace Tags Options [CTRL+R] from Tools menu. Note you need to change combox box to Tag Version ID3v2.
    Just select files that you wish to add a new genre and press CTRL+R

    Zortam Support

    Screenshoot:

    in reply to: offline iPod batch album art processing #1237
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    Thanks for quick response.
    Adding the arts mamually is a bit too much for.

    Thans again

    in reply to: offline iPod batch album art processing #1236
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    For now you can browse folder and add jpg file to all files in this specific folder.
    We will try to implement offline batch album art processing in our next release.

    Thanks for sugesstion.

    Zortam Support

    in reply to: How to delete cover arts from Mp3 files #1614
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    To delete cover art use Tag files dialog or Ctrl+F6.
    Also you can delete all ID3 tags from Mp3 files.

    Zortam Support

    in reply to: Recommendations #952
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    I have one recomendation too. When I was trying trial version I really missed this:

    I think that MP3 library tree should have more levels. I Want to choose artist and than see albums relevant just to the chosen artist. Not all tracks.

    I have not found any way how to do this.

    Thanks for reaction

    Peter

    in reply to: Recommendations #1043
    Zortam Support
    Keymaster

    I have one recomendation too. When I was trying trial version I really missed this:

    I think that MP3 library tree should have more levels. I Want to choose artist and than see albums relevant just to the chosen artist. Not all tracks.

    I have not found any way how to do this.

    Thanks for reaction

    Peter

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