These tools simply make identifying and correcting tags easier. For me, it's mostly about ripping CDs I have that aren't in the CDDB (tango imported from Buenos Aires, etc) and these tools make naming them after a bulk rip much easier. But I can also see their use if you have aquired significant amounts of music from the internet and want to standardize the naming conventions of the tracks, sort into folders, etc.Mercutio said:Maybe I'm dense, but what's the point of these tools? ID3 tags are wrong sometimes. So what?
Is there some element of organization that I don't understand?
This is really a comment more on your system than the codec. If you bog any computer down enough, the operating system will go to hell, too.I like FLAC, but if I bog a system down enough, playback goes to hell.
Foobar 2000 can do this as well, (with the exception of keeping album art when converting). How do you have wave files with tags though?Still recommend dbPowerAmp for batch conversions? I have a whole lot of wav files I need to get converted to say ogg and make sure they have all the appropriate tags.
I find that vorbis always sounds better than an MP3 at about the same bitrate. So, I'd have to agree.I turned the quality all the way up and it was still bad.
I think it is just a bug in that part.