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Author Topic: WMA and OGG -Tag Writer + DELPHI  (Read 4253 times)
Chris
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« on: 29 Sep '03 - 23:54 »
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Hi i have a lot searching but til now I have not found any Comps to WRITE Tags to a WMA or OGG-File.
Please have anybody seen any Comp for DElphi or a dll what can do that ??
Greets Chris
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Sebastian_Mares
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« Reply #1 on: 30 Sep '03 - 07:07 »
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http://sourceforge.net/projects/mac/

Download the source code and unpack it (using a program capabile of handling RAR files). You will find some files there and two of them are used for Ogg Vorbis (reading and writing tags, as well as detecting various information) and WMA (reading tags and advanced information - no writing supported).
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Sebastian_Mares
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« Reply #2 on: 30 Sep '03 - 07:12 »
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There was a command line utility from Microsoft for editing WMA tags, but I can't find it anymore. I will post the link once I have it again. Smiley
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Chris
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« Reply #3 on: 30 Sep '03 - 16:59 »
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Big Thanks
Greets Chris
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Sebastian_Mares
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« Reply #4 on: 30 Sep '03 - 18:52 »
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OK, I have uploaded that command line tool to my server: http://www.maresweb.net/wmainfo.exe

Here is the usage:
wmainfo.exe "Some File.wma" "Album" "Genre" "Copyright" "Author" "Track Number" "Track Name" "Year" "Description" "MCDI"

Let us say you want to tag the file "Hey You.wma" with following information:
Album = The Wall (Disc 2)
Genre = Progressive
Copyright =
Author = Pink Floyd
Track Number = 1
Track Name = Hey You
Year = 1979
Description =
MCDI =
You would use the following line:
wmainfo.exe "Hey You.wma" "The Wall (Disc 2)" "Progressive" "" "Pink Floyd" "1" "Hey You" "1979" "" ""
You could also use * to skip a field name (or preserve the actual value).

If you want to view the tag of "Hey You.wma", you would use:
wmainfo.exe "Hey You.wma" show

PS: I don't know if the program supports UNICODE characters, such as , , ...
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ohadsc
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« Reply #5 on: 29 Sep '12 - 12:11 »
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For the benefit of future Googlers (since the above tool is no longer available)...
I wrote a simple command-line tagger based on TagLib#
It supports wma/asf among other formats

Tagger#
https://sourceforge.net/projects/taggersharp/
« Last Edit: 29 Sep '12 - 14:47 by ohadsc » Logged
Wishmaster
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« Reply #6 on: 29 Sep '12 - 20:38 »
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AudioGenie is a fast Library with many functions to analyze audiofiles (like Bitrate, Samplerate, Frames, Duration, Version-Number, etc) and for tagging. This DLL can read and modify audio tags like id3v1, id3v2, ape, lyrics and mp4, ogg, flac & more.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/audiogenie/
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Silhwan
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« Reply #7 on: 3 Oct '12 - 09:26 »
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If you want to use Delphi native code, please search "TWMAFile2" for WMA Tag writer, and "TOggVorbis" for OGG Tag Writer at Torry's Delphi pages (http://www.torry.net/).
Those are written in Delphi code and do not require any external library.
You can get various information of WMA file and can save tag data, picture & lyrics data with "TWMAFile2", which is written by me.
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