MinimServer Forum

Full Version: Recent files not recognised
You're currently viewing a stripped down version of our content. View the full version with proper formatting.
Pages: 1 2 3
I will keep that in mind. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Can you explain what you mean by "[folder view] in my control point"?
(16-01-2021 18:45)PeterHawks Wrote: [ -> ]I will keep that in mind. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Can you explain what you mean by "[folder view] in my control point"?

I see you use Linn Kazoo, so this is your controlpoint
[attachment=2134]
Thnx. I see now that the files are in my [folder view] and I can play them that way, but when I search for the name of the file or artist, Linn Kazoo does not find them.
This could be a problem with how the files are tagged or perhaps with how you are doing the search in Kazoo.

If you select "n albums" (first selection in the menu) and scroll down, do you see the albums there?
No, they cannot be seen there.
(17-01-2021 10:35)PeterHawks Wrote: [ -> ]No, they cannot be seen there.
I read that you ripped your files using dBPoweramp.
Have you checked the tags?
[attachment=2136]
[attachment=2137]
[attachment=2138]
Where can I check the tags? I use Mac OS Big Sur. Can only see the "info" of the ripped files. It seems like you can see all the info that has been put in by dBpoweramp? Do I need to use the dBpoweramp also to check the files afterwards?
Sorry, I'm a beginner in this field....
(17-01-2021 16:13)PeterHawks Wrote: [ -> ]Where can I check the tags? I use Mac OS Big Sur. Can only see the "info" of the ripped files. It seems like you can see all the info that has been put in by dBpoweramp? Do I need to use the dBpoweramp also to check the files afterwards?
Sorry, I'm a beginner in this field....

There are several tag editors for Mac. Personally I use Metadatics. Available in the Apple App Store
(17-01-2021 17:07)woldejans Wrote: [ -> ]
(17-01-2021 16:13)PeterHawks Wrote: [ -> ]Where can I check the tags? I use Mac OS Big Sur. Can only see the "info" of the ripped files. It seems like you can see all the info that has been put in by dBpoweramp? Do I need to use the dBpoweramp also to check the files afterwards?
Sorry, I'm a beginner in this field....

There are several tag editors for Mac. Personally I use Metadatics. Available in the Apple App Store

I am not a Mac user but I assume if the OP has ripped the files using dBPoweramp, he also can use this program as tag a editor like the Windows version?
(17-01-2021 16:13)PeterHawks Wrote: [ -> ]Where can I check the tags? I use Mac OS Big Sur.

Checkout the DBpoweramp MAC help page.
Pages: 1 2 3
Reference URL's