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Thread: How to Correct Erroneous Metadata?

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    How to Correct Erroneous Metadata?

    I use dbPoweramp to rip classical CDs, and am always happy when someone else has already entered the metadata. Sometimes the entered data has errors, and I would like to return the favor by uploading a corrected version. Or if an album is too obscure to have any data in the database(s), I would like to enter it, to help the next user. I can find a menu item to upload data, but it is grayed out. How to do this? Thanks. Ralph in Chicago.

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    Re: How to Correct Erroneous Metadata?

    Quote Originally Posted by rschatz View Post
    I use dbPoweramp to rip classical CDs, and am always happy when someone else has already entered the metadata. Sometimes the entered data has errors, and I would like to return the favor by uploading a corrected version. Or if an album is too obscure to have any data in the database(s), I would like to enter it, to help the next user. I can find a menu item to upload data, but it is grayed out. How to do this?
    Currently, there is only one option under Submit Changes to, which is freedb [Interent].

    This option remains greyed out until you type something in the Meta Data tab section (bottom/centre section of the main CDRipper window).

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    Re: How to Correct Erroneous Metadata?

    Outside of dBPA you can submit metadata to Muzic Brainz by becoming a member (free) and using their software, Picard to submit data to their database.

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