Thursday, June 18, 9: Saying that the advanced tag editor was "providing an inferior experience" is incredibly hypocriical when this forum has pointed out in plain words that it's WMP12 that is providing an inferior experience. Just spent an hour reading this forum and agree with the gist.
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Is there an "advanced tag editor" in Windows Media Player v12?
Editing in the lists in WMP 12 is a very unsatisfactory experience. Though you keep saying the ATE feature was "broken". Sunday, January 3, 1: Friday, February 19, 8: Sunday, May 17, 2: This is why I am so passionate about the problems with WMP. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build.
Advanced tag editor has been around for a long time. Wednesday, November 4, 2: What about writing both - ID3v2.
Download WMP Tag Plus - MajorGeeks
I suppose Microsoft's problem is that it used to attract talented people. If they don't, perhaps WMP12 will be the version that finally pushes a FireFox class media player as in a media player of high quality that finally begins to have serious impact on Microsoft's market share.
Friday, July 10, 8: Windows Explorer use Total Commander instead - completely unusable since Windows 3. Should be fixed for the RTM version.
And select your song, and select remove tag It's a superior product and much easier to use. We should be able to fully manage our libraries though Media Player I just wanted to add my voice in support of reinstating advamced functionality of the ATE. I have over 25, tracks, and all have meticulously-maintained metadata associations.
How do you get to it on yours? What specifically about the Advanced Tag Editor do you miss?
I'm a newbie on Win7 bit and Windows Media Player Edditor, August 24, 5: The product team would be headed by marketing and business folks, not by technical and development folks. Saying that the advanced tag editor was "providing an inferior experience" is incredibly hypocriical when this forum has pointed out in plain words that it's WMP12 that is providing an inferior experience.
WMP 12 - Where is the Advanced Tag Editor?
Thursday, June 18, 5: This is a little confusing sometimes but it is qdvanced not a a timing issue in Advanced Tag Editor. Tuesday, December 1, 5: Because if I recall correctly, WMP 6. The text field that Meister uses is not star-based: Is there anything in windows7 that is wmp11?!?!
I hope they put it back. Microsoft in almost all components of it's operating systems seem to go for the lowest common denominator when it comes to users, thus each version gets less and less useful to anybody doing much more than 'clicking' a few buttons to get a simple job done. Well isn't that the inherent problem with all MS rollouts?
Thanks editoor the suggestion though.