Metadata - Wavelab rocks!

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Metadata - Wavelab rocks!

Post by toader » Sun Sep 30, 2018 8:02 pm

The more I learn about this program the more I love it. I’ve been dealing with metadata lately, and I’ve been amazed to learn what Wavelab can do here as well. This program is such a pleasure to use - thank you so much PG for all of your efforts!

I can’t wait to see what’s in store for Wavelab 10!!!
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Re: Metadata - Wavelab rocks!

Post by Justin P » Mon Oct 01, 2018 12:46 am

+1 Metadata workflow is a big reason why I like to use WaveLab for finalizing mastering projects. The ability to easily populate CD-Text and have that same info (and more) transposed to metadata on rendered WAV and mp3 files without any extra work is a major time saver and promotes consistency.

I can't see a better/faster way of doing this.

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