ASCII (UTF8)

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marino gutierrez

21 Mar, 2017 07:30 AM

It appears that the program is not handling extended ASCII (UTF8) characters correctly.

For example, before using it, this is the file name of one of the tracks in the iTunes' XML library:
Miguel%20Torres-Eso%20No%20(Bossa%20mix)%EF%80%A2%20Eso%20No.mp3

After using the program, the file name was changed to this:
Miguel%20Torres-Eso%20No%20(Bossa%20mix):%20Eso%20No.mp3

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by hendrik on 21 Mar, 2017 03:21 PM

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    Hey Marino,

    When you use an iTunes managed music library with beaTunes, filenames are still managed/changed/modified by iTunes, not beaTunes.

    Are any tags wrong? And if so, how?
    Also, what did you do with beaTunes that led to the change?

    Cheers,

    -hendrik

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