Question about taglib abilities
setosha at gmail.com
Sun Jul 15 15:27:54 UTC 2012
TagLib doesn't convert strings. It read encoding (String::Type) and raw
data (ByteArray) from file.
You can then perform conversion with String::toWString() but before it
contains raw byte data from file.
But I can't find function to get type enum
So you can get raw data with String::data(Type t)
2012/7/15 Christian Convey <christian.convey at gmail.com>
> Thanks. But this is actually a podcast run by someone else:
> So actually fixing the problem is outside of my power. What I'd like
> to do is research the problem with their mp3 files carefully, so that
> I can tell them precisely with the problem is.
> (For example, "Your mp3 tagging software is claiming that the text is
> encoded using UTF-8, but it's actually UTF-16.")
> On Sun, Jul 15, 2012 at 10:52 AM, Антон Сергунов <setosha at gmail.com>
> > Most common id3 encoding problem is using local 8bit win encoding in
> > fields. You can use special Latin1 handler or (better works for me) if
> > string is in Latin1 convert it to local 8 bit windows encoding.
> > 15.07.2012 21:35 пользователь "Christian Convey"
> > <christian.convey at gmail.com> написал:
> >> I'm new to ID3 tag handling. Can you tell me if taglib can be used to
> >> solve a particular problem?
> >> I have MP3 files frm a podcast, and I suspect that there's an
> >> inconsistency between the actual encoding of the ID3v2.2 Title field,
> >> and the byte that states what encoding is used for that string.
> >> Can taglib tell me which encoding the file *claims* to have for that
> >> field?
> >> And can I get taglib to give me the bytes in the ID3v2.2 Title field
> >> *without* taglib automatically performing some kind of
> >> character-encoding translation?
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