PG, sorry, jperkinski's and my ISRC request got followed by too many long posts by me, so got buried, but this was the gist:
Would it be possible to build into a Wavelab update a more elegant way of having the EBU standard ISRC coded in WAV? I know I can paste the EBU xml code into the axml box, but it seems like there's probably a more user friendly way to build this into the program, with the requisite code already there, maybe even just a factory preset, I don't know. The EBU standard is the way approved by IFPI and USISRC, so I think that's going to be the official field the record labels are going to ask for when they start asking for ISRC in WAV.
Also, according to this article, the EBU way is the way Sequoia, Pyramix, and Sadie are doing it:http://www.thecmuwebsite.com/article/mp ... -industry/
jperkinski, in the meantime you can copy and paste the following xml into the AXML box, and just leave it there, or save it as a preset. I've put the Wavelab ISRC variable in there so it will derive the ISRC for each file from the ISRCs in your montage.
<ebucore:ebuCoreMain xmlns:dc=" http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/
<ebucore:identifier typeLabel="GUID" typeDefinition="Globally Unique Identifier" formatLabel="ISRC" formatDefinition="International Standard Recording Code" formatLink="http://www.ebu.ch/metadata/cs/ebu_IdentifierTypeCodeCS.xml#3.7">
<!-- More optional EBUCore: titles, descriptions, contributors, rights - ->