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MDE

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Really enjoying the ease of use of SongKong since I bought it. However, one or two curiosities where it doesn't seem to pick up all the MusicBrainz tags. For example, see the attached pic. This illustrates an album which has been tagged with SongKong and then checked against Picard. As can be seen, it is missing some tags - in particular three performer tags.
BTW the MB Work Id tag is not different - just that SongKong generated two records and Picard joins them with a semi-colon.
BTW2 I think the Picard approach of green for new and amber for changed is more intuitive than the other way round, which is used in the "view metadata as spreadsheet" (which I otherwise like!).
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MDE

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I should clarify the above. Only one performer tag (Performer [tenor vocals]) is missing - SongKOng has correctly picked up the other two and put them into Choir and Orchestra.
MDE

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I ran SongKong on this album again and this time it picked up the tag OK - so it seems to be an intermittent issue.
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BTW2 I think the Picard approach of green for new and amber for changed is more intuitive than the other way round, which is used in the "view metadata as spreadsheet" (which I otherwise like!).
 

Hmm, yes I think you may be right here. What happened is I originally just had add and change as Green, then I decided to give different colours for both without thinking about it that much.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
 
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