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Old 01-16-2018, 06:16 PM
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I have a Mac and use XLD to rip and Tag to, you guessed it, tag my PCM files. I have never tagged DSD files but imagine they work with tagging programs too.
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smatsui324.......Lets keep this thread focused on the original topic about the Aurender N100H.
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Old 01-18-2018, 04:12 PM
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Over the weekend, I loaded about 2 TB of music files into the N100H. I have a lot of DSD files that were ripped by friends from SACDs. Some of these files did not have the artist tag information so they show up in the iPad app as artist unknown. What is the easiest way to add the artist information so that the files show up correctly under the artist name in the app? Thanks.

I suggest that you use a dedicated tagging software like MP3TAG. It is free and you will be able to make all the corrections to all your metadata including DSD files.

Can you connect the Aurender to your computer in a way that the computer can see the music files stored in the N100H? That’s the fastest way.

If not, you can also correct the original files and then transfer them back to the Aurender but that is a more lengthy process.

In both cases, you can use MP3TAG to make the corrections.

Be careful with the type of DSD file that you have. There are two types: DSF and DFF. You can only add metadata to DSF files. The DFF files do NOT support metadata.

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