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Thread: How to I copy a tag from one WMA to another using the command line?

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    How to I copy a tag from one WMA to another using the command line?

    Title says it all. Any solution greatfully received.

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    Re: How to I copy a tag from one WMA to another using the command line?

    We do not have anything that can do this.

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    Re: How to I copy a tag from one WMA to another using the command line?

    OK, thanks.

    I have just realised that perhaps this could be achieved by two calls to coreconverter.exe with External Tag Scripting, albeit that the first call to read the tags would have to create a redundant audio output file, or find some was to terminate execution.

    If anyone has experience of this, please say.

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    Re: How to I copy a tag from one WMA to another using the command line?

    the first call to read the tags would have to create a redundant audio output file, or find some was to terminate execution.
    FTR, perhaps better to use DMCscripting e.g. this reads the tags in External Tag Scripting %idtagstxt% format:

    ' create shell object
    Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")

    ' Create dMC Object
    Set dMC = CreateObject("dMCScripting.Converter")

    ' Write tag fields to stdout
    For i = 0 To 10000
    Dim ElementValue
    ElementValue = dMC.ReadIDTagElementValue("testin.wma", i)
    If ElementValue = "" Then Exit For
    WScript.StdOut.WriteLine(Replace(ElementValue,": ","="))
    Next

    http://i.imgur.com/TBunWGH.png

    but I don't know if it suffers the Rating problem reported here: http://forum.dbpoweramp.com/showthre...-rating-on-WMA

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