The version 2.0 offers a new feature to define userspecitic tagging actions.
You can modify the tags for
It is possible to
* set the value of the tag 1:1 to the specified value by using the "set" command
* append the value to an existing tag by using the "append" command
* prepend the value in front of an existing tag by using the "prepend" command
In addition, some new placeholders are available:
* $frequence ==> Adds the calculated max. frequence
* $realbitrate ==> Adds the estimated (real) bitrate
* $bitrate ==> Adds the claimed bitrate
* $samplerate ==> Adds the samplerate
* $bps ==> Adds the bits per sample
So if you want to set the comment tag to "REAL 256 kbps", then the tagging command would be:
tag: set comment REAL $realbitrate kbps
If you want to append the realbitrate to the title tag, then you could use:
tag: append tag - $realbitrate
and so on.
But be careful when using append/prepend: If you call the action multiple times, then the text will be appended/prepended also multiple times....