Quote: Originally Posted by speedgamer01
Um, I had a clean install since then (lol)
I am installing wmp tag plus right now, you can find the link in post #1
edit: if you have it installed, open WMP and click organize > apply media info changes
Now wmp should read your tags.
What I need is for *Explorer* to read and write flac tags. WMP Tag won't do it, neither will Media Foundation FLAC Codec,
and the way dbPowerAmp does it, in my opinion, is no good - adding two tabs to the Explorer Properties dialog when you can do it right within the Properties>Details tab with mp3. Also, dbPowerAmp's Install program looks like it was programmed with a kit. Very amateurish.
If Microsoft could figure a way to make money off flac, I'm sure they'd implement it right away. But the Party Line is that flac is a "minority" format.
Maybe somebody out there can program a properties handler worthy of the name; I sure as hell can't and dbPowerAmp botched it.