ASF Format Tags
#1
(2016-05-20, 10:38)zag Wrote: Here are some guides to using Kodi's music functionality

http://kodi.wiki/view/Adding_music_to_the_library
http://kodi.wiki/view/Music_navigation
http://kodi.wiki/view/Music_tagging
http://kodi.wiki/view/Music_playback
http://kodi.wiki/view/Settings/Music
 By reading trough the readable tags paragraph in the wiki.

For what stays the "wm" for in the ASF column?
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#2
When you have a question, please to not just add it to the guides thread start a new thread for your question.
Quote:For what stays the "wm" for in the ASF column?
Sorry, not sure that I understand the question.
"WM/AlbumTitle" etc. is the name of the tag used internally by files tagged in ASF tag format. Various tagging software e.g. Picard or Mp3tag may hide the internal  tag format name and show their own general tag name for each tag, so that may be what you are seeing.

Do you have a tagging problem of some kind?
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#3
In addition to what Dave has said, as ASF is a Microsoft format which is part of the WMA/WMV family so I think there's a pretty good chance WM stands for Windows Media.
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#4
(2018-02-19, 17:42)DaveBlake Wrote: When you have a question, please to not just add it to the guides thread start a new thread for your question.
Quote:For what stays the "wm" for in the ASF column?
Sorry, not sure that I understand the question.
"WM/AlbumTitle" etc. is the name of the tag used internally by files tagged in ASF tag format. Various tagging software e.g. Picard or Mp3tag may hide the internal  tag format name and show their own general tag name for each tag, so that may be what you are seeing.

Do you have a tagging problem of some kind? 
1st - thx for switch it in a own thread.
i wasnt aware .sorry.

My question was, for what's the abbrevation "wm" is signifying.

I think jjd-k could be right, by saying it stands for "windows media"
(wich i never used)
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Yes, I think "WM" is for "windows media" too. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Systems_Format for more info
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(2018-02-19, 20:38)DaveBlake Wrote: Yes, I think "WM" is for "windows media" too. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Systems_Format for more info
 ok, thx, can be closed
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