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beatlogik

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According to the Jaikoz manual there is no way to edit these. I'm curious to know if a script exists to modify (copy and paste between songs) these tags.

I ask because Serato DJ uses these fields to populate program specific data. I am using iTunes Match to replace old songs and the new files, while maintaining many of the common tags, do not maintain this data.

A script that checksums both files (assuming they maintain the same filename) and writes this data would be ideal.

I'm raising the question in the Apple forums but if anyone has any ideas that would be great.
paultaylor

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Hi, these are simply a list of fields that either we havent added support for (generally because not simple to edit because binary data or similar) or fields that we dont know what they are.

Could you add a list of these fields and what they do, then I might be able to add support for them.

Jaikoz doesnt allow editing of these fields but doesnt delete these fields and as you say there isn't a mechism to copy and paste these fields.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
beatlogik

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Thanks Paul, really interested in this topic.

Here is the info that is written viewable from the edit pane:
http://imgur.com/t7gktjO

After some research it looks like the program, Serato DJ, writes program specific data to the GEOB fields (song analysis data, cue points, song markers).

Theres an interesting thread on the subject here:
https://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopic=20151
Alfg

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if you double click on the left side on the little button (http://imgur.com/t7gktjO) it opens a new window and you can see and edit what is written in the tag.

using Jaikoz 9.3.0 NGS
paultaylor

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Yes Beatlogik please do that and send another screenshot.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
 
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