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Old 06-11-2008, 12:21 PM
cmc1978 cmc1978 is offline
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Default Media Monkey or D2 Issue, Tags Not Right After Auto Tag

Could not get anything to work out of the box on this gizmo. So I updated to version 2.55 to 2.57. It then properly displayd artist, track, album from a drag and dropped folder that was originally imported with itunes. BTW, I am using windows XP if that is of relevance.

So I then downloaded the latest mediamonkey because I wanted to try to turn my small collection into flac files. After putting cd in drivem I used the look up info to get the track names and so on. Added them at flac 5. Folder structure was set to artist / album. Once in media monkey, I highlighted all the tracks and hit autotag. Autotag shows several options for each cd, so I pick one with cover art imbedded to each file and it seems to update the tracks approriately with the year and song titles from Amazon. So then I highlighted all the music tracks and said synchronize to D2.

Here is the problem now. In the folder view, everything looks right. I see the music folder, then a list of artists, and under each artist are all the albums. However, when i got to each track, the tag for the album name is not correct. It just says "ARTIST=Pink Floyd" on the album, instead of "Dark Side of The Moon". It correctly made a folder structure with the right album name, but the tag from autotag does not seem to display right. It also does not show the album art on the D2. The album art is displayed in media monkey when I click on the same track. This is obviously a problem as if i search my music just by album, I see no albums. Just a list of "ARTIST=" and then fill in the blank of the artist.

Is this a media monkey issue or D2 issue? How can I fix it? Manually edit the tags in MM (how do I do this, and how do I do it to multiple files at once). Or do I need another tagging program just to fix this?

I was going to do the panasonic memory wipe, but decided against it last night. I was afraid it would wipe out all the folders and important files on the D2. Or do I need to do this? Will it wipe out the folder structure if I just run the quick version of the panasonic program? Or does it just eliminate the material INSIDE the folders? Will it wipe important imformation from the system folder?
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