rrfpacker wrote:It is confusing, and I try to learn as much as I can from the forum before I ask questions.
But now I have another question. Is a .txt file the same as id3v2?
rrfpacker wrote:If the .txt files are not being embedded, why would I continue to use ML instead of something else? Seems like a lot of extra work. I have even tried to save the text file by right-clicking, choosing Lyrics/Save lyrics in mp3/choosing ANSI (by the way, does it matter if I choose ANSI or Unicode?)/and then the appropriate id3v2 or v3. I get an error saying the process could not be done as the mp3 is being used by something else. I'm guessing that is because it is being played, but OMG who has time for all of that???
rrfpacker wrote:Thank you again for your help. Guess I will keep searching for a lyrics embedder.
rrfpacker wrote:OK, I've messed with ML tonight and it is saving to the mp3 just fine, thank you.
Which of course brings a couple more questions. What do you do about instrumentals? I didn't see anything in the ML help or "Files to Edit" nodes. I suppose if it really bothers me I could put something in the lyrics tab, huh?
What about how to save; ANSI or Unicode? I don't want to do it one way and then find out it needed to be the other.
Is that the third time you've had to write that in this short, informative thread?! lolnohitter151 wrote:
MM3 monkey wrote:Is that the third time you've had to write that in this short, informative thread?! lolnohitter151 wrote:
I have a question. Presumably there's no way to have MediaMonkey find tracks that do not have synchronized lyrics? I have used Lyricator before so now many tracks have static lyrics but not synchronized lyrics.
MiniLyrics doesn't automatically search for lyrics if the track already has any lyrics in the tag - is that right? So you have to click the search button to force MiniLyrics to get find the .lrc lyrics. Can you confirm that that is correct, please? I'd like to be able to force MiniLyrics to look for lyrics even if the tag has static lyrics (but not if it already has LRC lyrics ... just to be greedy!!!).
If that's not possible, a node (or playlist or whatever) to show tracks without LRC lyrics would be very helpful.
nohitter151 wrote:I'm not sure if scripts actually have the ability to look for tags that MediaMonkey can't read itself
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