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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0017968MediaMonkey 5Tagging / organizing (properties / auto-tools)public2022-04-14 18:38
Reporterpeke Assigned To 
PriorityurgentSeveritymajorReproducibilityalways
Status assignedResolutionopen 
Target Version5.0.4 
Summary0017968: Auto-Tag: Auto Tag Fail for compilations even they are enabled and existing in MB
Description Auto Tag Fail for some compilations even they are enabled and existing in MB and files are correctly tagged.
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Fixed in build

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related to 0017951 assignedmichal Album art Lookup: Manually adding Album art do not remove cached (looked-up album art) for album 

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peke

2021-06-01 10:15

developer   ~0063655

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peke

2021-06-01 10:18

developer   ~0063656

Whole Library and cached files sent to @michal during testing of 0017951:0063652

petr

2021-06-01 12:16

developer   ~0063660

That album is newly added to MB library and most probably not yet replicated to search index ... that's the reason why Auto-tag of the FLAC files are not recognized as one compilation album. Peke mentioned AudioCD was recognized correctly and MBGID is stored to album record in DB during rip. Is it possible to store that MBGID to Links table (with ID to recording, if possible) so it can be used in future in Auto-Tag ?

Ludek

2022-01-20 16:58

developer   ~0066687

Last edited: 2022-01-20 17:02

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Feel free to pass the values from the function TCDDBDataOut.GetMusicBrainzReleaseDetails (where the info for the particular CD release is parsed / included).
i.e. include this info within the TCDDBDataOut object and then use it in TQueryCDDB.StoreDataToDB