Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Tag writing, musicbrainz, cover art

> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> You edit tag by selecting a track and choosing "Properties" from
> >> the "Music" menu and changing the tags in the dialog.  You can do
> >> the same for multiple tracks by selecting more than one.
> G> That doesn't seem to be working for me with either flac or mp3.
> G> The properties text doesn't change when I try to overwrite it.  I
> G> did compile with tagwriting enabled and I have
> G> gst-plugins-good-0.10.6 installed.  From the document you linked
> G> to, it looks like I need to have id3v2mux and flactag installed.
> G> Gentoo doesn't have a package with either name, so are there files
> G> I can check my system for to see if those are installed?
> You need to make sure that the taglib library (which provides
> id3v2mux) is installed at the time you compile gst-plugins-good.  You
> can tell if your gst-plugins-good is compiled with taglib by running:

Almost there.  I needed to install gst-plugins-taglib.  Now I can edit
tags and edits are reflected in the program, but then about 5 seconds
later it pops back to the way it was.  Very weird.  Permissions are
good and I recompiled gst-plugins-good and restarted rhythmbox with
the same results.

- Grant

> gst-inspect id3v2mux
> if you get nothing, then you don't have taglib installed and you need
> to recompile gst-plugins-good with taglib support.  I don't know how
> that sort thing works in gentoo...
> Did you try retagging OGG files?  (Again you need vorbistag support).
> Alex

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