Originally Posted by Steve Ruddy
So I'm assuming Windows media player makes it's own file for every CD I rip separately from the .wav file and when it sees the .wav file it puts the info with it? If that is the case I wonder why all the info isn't put with the file when playing back from the flash drive using wmp.
Once again there is no standard
with respect to the format for names/info with wav files. This doesn't mean that a given program can't
give a name/title or particulars... it simply means that it doesn't have to.
In the case of WMP... it creates libraries for its own purpose. But a wmp library can't be used in nero... or some other player.....it is only good for wmp.... because there is no standard in the way that there is for CD's
Any cd player can read the title info because there is a set standard
for the formatting of the info libraries to be formed