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Windows 7: MP3 properties exist but not DISPLAYING

13 Jan 2010   #1
Nishiio

 
 
MP3 properties exist but not DISPLAYING

Hey!
New to this forum, first post!

I admit that I'm pretty OCD when it comes to organizing things. Recently, I downloaded MP3Tag to sort and organize my endless music files. The problem is this:



^ As you can see, the last file's properties all exist (I had just modified them) but they aren't showing up in Windows Explorer, even though all the other files' properties are.



It's tag is ID3v2.3 so I don't think that's the problem...

Anyway. Thanks in advance for any advice! =)

P.S. I'm pretty much computer-illiterate so please don't get annoyed if I can't keep up, haha.


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14 Jan 2010   #2
TheTemplai

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

It's because you are not really saving them, mp3tag is a bit odd (I use this program too), if you change a tag and, then you go to another without save when the files are still highlighting, them mp3tag will not save, understand? At least my do that. Try to go: Tools > Options > Tags > And mark all the boxes there.

If I help let me know.


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14 Jan 2010   #3
Nishiio

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TheTemplai View Post
It's because you are not really saving them, mp3tag is a bit odd (I use this program too), if you change a tag and, then you go to another without save when the files are still highlighting, them mp3tag will not save, understand? At least my do that. Try to go: Tools > Options > Tags > And mark all the boxes there.

If I help let me know.


Amazing! I don't know why that worked but that did and it solved my headaches. =) Thanks so much!
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