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Date:      Sat, 20 Aug 2011 10:22:28 +0200
From:      Tijl Coosemans <tijl@coosemans.org>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Cc:        "Conrad J. Sabatier" <conrads@cox.net>
Subject:   Re: amarok doesn't support id3v2?
Message-ID:  <201108201022.36963.tijl@coosemans.org>
In-Reply-To: <20110817004913.792c125d@serene.no-ip.org>
References:  <20110817004913.792c125d@serene.no-ip.org>

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On Wednesday 17 August 2011 07:49:13 Conrad J. Sabatier wrote:
> I made a rather startling discovery tonight while playing with amarok
> 1.4.10 and the id3v2 port.  It seems that if I modify an MP3 files's
> id3 tags in amarok, it deletes any existing id3v2 tags, leaving only
> id3v1 tags on the file (as verified with the id3v2 command line tool).
>=20
> This just seems wrong to me.  If I understand correctly, taglib, which
> is used by amarok, does support id3v2, so why isn't amarok taking
> advantage of this facility?
>=20
> I rebuilt and reinstalled amarok, just to see if it would make any
> difference, but I'm still seeing the same behavior.
>=20
> I also installed and tried the audio/juk port (also one the of KDE3
> multimedia family of packages, and also using taglib), and am seeing the
> same thing there as well.  No id3v2 tags, only id3v1.
>=20
> What's up with this?  Anyone?

I suspect taglib uses id3v2.4 whereas id3lib (used by id3v2 port) only
supports id3v2.3.

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