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i have engaged in a rip journey to transform the cd piles in wav files on a synology media server DSP214play now, the whole ripping and tagging process it is not exactly a breeze, it looks more more like a trial & error process or a steeplechase race... whilst consulting the fifth edition (2015) of robert harley's audio guide i read with amazement on p 220 'the downside of wav is that they have no provision for embedded metadata ... you could create a large music library as wav files on an nas drive ... only to discover that the metadata disappears when your drive is connected to another server... you can move your wav files to another server but the metadata will be unreadable by the new server...' is this true? am presently set on XLD (for ripping) and kid3 (for further tag editing) both on macbook also downloaded wav audio files from qobuz - including what appears to me as embedded metadata (??) is there somebody who can comment and expand on the statements of robert harley and explain what are in practical terms the limitations, constraints and risks of tagging wav files?
EasyTag has added support for dsf files. This is part of the development branch and so far it has been pretty stable. Linux users, please have a crack at this: EasyTag home page - https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/EasyTAG EasyTag (with dsf support) git page - https://git.gnome.org/browse/easytag/log/?h=wip/dsf-support'>https://git.gnome.org/browse/easytag/log/?h=wip/dsf-support EasyTag git page - https://git.gnome.org/browse/easytag/ This if for users who can compile their own version and have some experience with git and make tools. Found a bug? File a new bug in Bugzilla (you will need to register for an account if you do not have one) or send an email describing the bug to the mailing list.