i am using the latest version of beatunes (5.0.5), no i am not using itunes
now (i had an itunes version installed but i didn't use it so after the
problem with analysis results i uninstalled it and re-analysed the tracks
with the same results) but it's folder based. My OS is win10 pro and my
music library is a Traktor (2.11) library. I had also checked the results
and noticed that the bpm field wasn't updated in Traktor too.
hendrik on 15 Nov, 2017 09:40 AM
Please open the beaTunes general preferences and check the box "Force overwriting of fields".
Then please analyze the BPM for a couple of files again. Make sure to switch to the analysis view (does not happen automatically, when analyzing just a couple of files).
Does beaTunes show any messages in the analysis panel?
Does the BPM tags change now?
If this does not help, please upload your logs (via beaTunes' Help menu).
Deleted info from BPM field with Mp3Tag and scanned again some tracks with
BeaTunes and this solved my problem. The problem seems to be ok with
Traktor too. Anyway i will do more tests and let you know.
Thanks a lot for your quick response and your precious time.
Unfortunately Beatunes doesn't write in bpm field the demical numbers. In example the 124.563 is shown 124.000 in Traktor. Is there something that i am doing wrong or is there any proper way to do this?
hendrik on 22 Mar, 2018 10:27 AM
Unfortunately Beatunes doesn't write in bpm field the demical numbers.
That is not true.
E.g. in MP3 files, beaTunes writes the non-decimal BPM value into the ID3 TBPM field, as required by the ID3 specification and additionally writes the fBPM value into a TXXX field, as many other programs do. The latter is a decimal BPM value.
In example the 124.563 is shown 124.000 in Traktor.
I have no idea how Traktor deals with this.
Is there something that i am doing wrong or is there any proper way to do this?
You haven't described what exactly you are doing.
If you have a track with no prior BPM information and let beaTunes analyze it, it will write both the TBPM and the TXXX-fBPM fields.
i did what i had described to previous (above) posts. Also i removed all bpm fields (bpm, fbpm, fbpm2) with mp3tag. I re-analysed this track with beatunes and check them with traktor and i had the same results.
hendrik on 22 Mar, 2018 11:19 AM
i did what i had described to previous (above) posts.
Stelios, please do me the favor of spelling out again, what exactly you did. That makes it a lot easier for me and leaves less room for misunderstandings.
Also i removed all bpm fields (bpm, fbpm, fbpm2) with mp3tag.
It's possible that beaTunes didn't notices that you did that. After all, it cannot re-scan all your files all the time to detect third party manipulations. To remove BPM info from files and then expect beaTunes to "know" about this, you must set the BPM value to 0 in beaTunes. Only then a re-analysis with beaTunes makes sense.