Symptom: Some, but not all, podcasts downloaded from NPR queries have their Title fields changed to their filenames by MM upon completing the download.
Example query:http://api.npr.org/query?requiredAssets ... wZWYxZQ001
What I see: Before download, the TItle property correctly shows the title of the story, from the <title> tag.
After the download is complete, I see the Title instantly replaced with the base file name (e.g. "20120210_tmm_02" aka "yyyymmdd_pgm_seq").
Note that the XML RSS has the correct title, and AFAICT this base filename string only appears in the XML as part of the enclosure URL, and then only with the .MP3 extension too. So, perhaps MM4 is picking it up from within the MP3 file?
Note also that the on-disk file name DOES use the <title> string, as MM4 is configured to do. It's just that the MM4 title field changes to >20120210_tmm_02". Oh, and the Genre changes to "Blues" too.
This started happening on Feb 4th. It does not happen with all NPR downloads.
What I have done, still happens:
1. Turn off "Infer track data from file names"
2. Upgraded from build 1461 to 1462.
My guess: Could NPR have started populating the MP3 title tag with the filename, in the file? (anyone else notice?)
If so, is there a MM4 setting that can overcome this?
If not, where else do I look?