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    Sup All

    I have a few mp3s in my music *library that iTunes isn't picking up. This is because there is nothing in the properties of the file eg Artist, Album Title, Genre etc. I can't seem to access the properties of the file to add the extra details so iTunes will properly organise the music. I have tried MCataloguer but that doesn't seem to let me save the changes I have made to the file.

    Has anyone else had a problem with this or know a fix?

    *All the music in my library has been ligitimately purchased.

    cheers all
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  • #2
    Tried something like editing the id3 tags with winamp?

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    • #3
      Make sire that itunes is looking for the right file by using the add files to library in the file section
      I am the old bloke on the black and yellow cbr1krr

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      • #4
        When you say you can't access the properties of the file....is that using the standard format in wmp10 by right clicking and using the advanced tag editor?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by rgvlee@Jan 4 2006, 04:01 PM
          Tried something like editing the id3 tags with winamp?
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          winnah!!!!


          Thanks dude, I never use Winamp but I will now.

          And thanks Uncy Hokoyo as well
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          • #6
            You can also just right click on the MP3, choose Properties, click on Advanced, and edit the properties yourself.
            I can't think what more you could possibly need to know... except maybe this:

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            • #7
              Originally posted by tigerleo62@Jan 4 2006, 05:27 PM
              You can also just right click on the MP3, choose Properties, click on Advanced, and edit the properties yourself.
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              Tried that, didn't work. But I got it farken sussed now so all is good.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by CB Boy@Jan 4 2006, 05:15 PM
                When you say you can't access the properties of the file....is that using the standard format in wmp10 by right clicking and using the advanced tag editor?
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                I can view them but couldn't change the properties..... This only occurs on some files which is weird.

                Weird is a weird word hiyuk
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