Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] UTF-8 character set support
- From: "Konstantin Boyandin" <temmokan gmail com>
- To: rhythmbox-devel gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] UTF-8 character set support
- Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 14:01:23 +0700
Indeed, the issue was with the version 1 tags that are not in UTF.
When I edited files to add version 2.3 tags, Rhythmbox started to
understand the titles etc correctly.
The only problem (I haven't yet studied it thoroughly) is whether
Rhythmbox will use file name (in UTF) in case there are no tags at
Thanks and sorry for the wasted time.
With all respect,
2007/8/29, Mika Wahlroos <mpw iki fi>:
> Konstantin Boyandin wrote:
> > I have installed recently FC7 and found out that Rhythmbox can't
> > properly display UTF-8 characters (I use Russian language), both in
> > file names and in MP3 ID tags.
> > First question: is this the player's problem?
> Probably not. Russian characters in metadata have worked fine for me at
> least for as long as I've had such tracks in my library. I'm not sure if
> the filenames have Russian characters, too, but at least it works with
> other tracks with UTF-8 in both filenames and metadata (for example
> Greek and Japanese).
> Someone mailed the list just recently about a problem with Japanese in
> the metadata, and apparently the problem was with the character encoding
> within the metadata. Are you sure your mp3 tags are really UTF-8 and
> that the MP3 files know that, too?
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