nohitter151 wrote:People still use those old players though.mwcem wrote:This may have been true in 2008, but today, seven years later, no modern player has troubles with ID3v2.4. Maybe some outdated ones still ignore that format, but that's why the are outdated. No modern player to my knowledge has any troubles with that format, on the contrary. Most of them are able to read more exotic stuff like itunes-tags and others as well.nohitter151 wrote:Many mp3 players don't read ID3v2.4 tags, but pretty much everything can understand ID3v2.3.
The decission - though on purpose - not to support the ID3v2.4 standard, keeps MM in its outdates place. A modern software should offer tagging on a most broad scale and diversity. See "Mp3Tag" or "Helium Music Manager" for example.
As long as we agree...let them select older tag formats instead of forcing everyone to live in the past with them.