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Adding Synchronized Lyric to MP3 Files
siaush
post Oct 24 2006, 15:03
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Hi,

Does anyone know how to add synchronized lyric that is able to be seen in WMP to a mp3 file? besides from using the feature in Windows Media Player. I've tried jetaudio, but the sync'd lyrics doesn't appear in Windows Media Player

Thanks.

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db1989
post Dec 8 2006, 11:27
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After Empyrean's post, I thought I'd mention that foobar2000 maps ID3 frame names to its own internal field names - in USLT's case, UNSYNCED LYRICS. http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?ti...ID3_Tag_Mapping So, even if foobar2000 does support synchronised lyrics, either by default or through a plugin, you will probably have to use a different field name with foobar2000 to access/add them.

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Empyrean
post Dec 9 2006, 23:26
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QUOTE (dv1989 @ Dec 8 2006, 04:27) *
After Empyrean's post, I thought I'd mention that foobar2000 maps ID3 frame names to its own internal field names - in USLT's case, UNSYNCED LYRICS. http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?ti...ID3_Tag_Mapping So, even if foobar2000 does support synchronised lyrics, either by default or through a plugin, you will probably have to use a different field name with foobar2000 to access/add them.


Very true, thanks for the catch. I'd recommend going with SYLT (consistency, or laziness) or SYNCED LYRICS, just LYRICS, whatever. Foobar2000 does not support lyrics natively. It does with a plug-in, however, and that plug-in is flexible so you tell it where to look for lyrics. So whatever you choose for a field name, it will find the lyrics if they are there. And it can tell from from the text whether they are unsynchronized or synchronized, and will display them accordingly (synched gets autoscrolling and autohighlighting of the 'current' line based on the timing information).
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