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Thread: Test Conversion results in Metadata error

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    Re: Test Conversion results in Metadata error

    Quote Originally Posted by garym View Post
    should be fine with just the conversion. But afterwards run them through TEST CONVERSION with dbpa converter. You can also run them through AccurateRip check with PerfectTunes.
    Flac>Flac worked flawlessly during last night, also Test Conversion now without errors. Currently running PerfectTunes for the next three hours.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Test Conversion results in Metadata error

    Quote Originally Posted by sailorck View Post
    Any flac tag editor recommendation for MacOS?

    I'm a long-time user of mp3tag for windows for any post-ripping tagging needs. (note that the program handles all sorts of files, not just mp3 (wav, flac, ALAC, m4a, mp3, AIFF, etc.). It's very powerful for batch editing. Recently they've added a Mac version.
    https://community.mp3tag.de/t/mp3tag...-is-here/52021

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    Re: Test Conversion results in Metadata error

    Thanks for all the useful information. There are no Test-errors anymore. Although perfect-Tunes detected about 180 tracks with accurate rip errors. I wonder about some tracks which were bought through platforms like qobuz, bandcamp and dragcity as flac files. So there seems to be no chance to re-rip those...

    I will look into MP3Tag, which costs about 20 Euro for Mac.

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    Re: Test Conversion results in Metadata error

    Quote Originally Posted by sailorck View Post
    Thanks for all the useful information. There are no Test-errors anymore. Although perfect-Tunes detected about 180 tracks with accurate rip errors. I wonder about some tracks which were bought through platforms like qobuz, bandcamp and dragcity as flac files. So there seems to be no chance to re-rip those...

    I will look into MP3Tag, which costs about 20 Euro for Mac.
    AR error doesn't mean the track has an error necessarily. None of the files I purchase for download from Bandcamp, or NeilYoungArchives, or GarciaFamilyProvisions, or Dead.net show as matches in AR. If they are 16/44.1, they can be tested, but they always show as not matching. But the files are fine. Something to do with not being ripped from CD I assume, so they don't match the rips in the database.

    looks like mp3tag for Mac has a free trial. you should use if first to see if it suits you.

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