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Old 01-08-2009, 01:25 PM
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Another conundrum: I have the original file on my PC, but the ZVP doesn't see it because it's not tagged. Somehow the tag was lost after moving it over. And for some reason tagging it as a wav file (using my media player and Tag&Rename) doesn't seem to register in Win Explorer or the ZVP.
Don't tag the WAV file at all. Can you create a new WAV file or rip from the source to MP3? If not, convert the WAV to MP3 and then tag. Don't tag the WAV file before converting to MP3. This may be casuing issues when converting.

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So i tried converting it to mp3 and tagging it, but it's still doing the "gap" thing.
What are you using for conversion?

You may want to verify the ID3 tag version used. Make sure it is ID3v2.3. MP3Tag can be your friend here.
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