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Thread: Translating Japanese

  1. #1

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    Translating Japanese

    I inherited a hard drive of music files. About a dozen of them were apparently ripped from Japanese CDs. All the text- album name, song titles, artists names, etc. - are in Japanese. Is there a way dbpoweramp can be used to update/translate all the Japanese into English?

  2. #2
    Da Man
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    Re: Translating Japanese

    It cannot, sorry.

  3. #3

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    Re: Translating Japanese

    Oh well. Had to ask. Thanks Spoon. Don't suppose you have any suggestions outside dbpoweramp? I've come up empty.

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    dBpoweramp Guru
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    Re: Translating Japanese

    A long shot as I have never tried the Excel translate feature, but if you have access to Microsoft Excel 2013 or later, you could:

    1. Export the tags using the Audio Info utility codec.
    2. Open the exported file in Excel.
    3. Try Review >> Translate feature, then save.
    4. Use the MP3Tag convert menu >> Text file - Tag, to import the translated tags.

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