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From: Lin Sprague <rednoise@co...> - 2011-04-27 01:02:37
On 26 Apr 2011 at 17:38, Seattle Chaz wrote:
> > I'm working on submitting my audio treasures to prx.org
> > This organization wants .mp2 files WITHOUT id3 tags. How do I
> > encode a file but leave off the id3? Thanks in advance.
You don't provide any information about your system or working
methods, but the general answer is that if you don't enter tag
information with Audacity's Metadata Editor, there will be no ID3 or
If you "record" into an empty Audacity Project, then there will be no id3 tag
data unless you manually add some.
One thing to watch out for though is that if you "Import" a file into an
empty Audacity Project, if that file contains metadata (id3 tags etc.) then
that data will become attached to the project and will be included in the
Exported file unless you manually delete it.
If your Audacity Project includes Imported files, then the safest way to
ensure that there is no metadata is to open the Metadata Editor before you
Export the file.
In Audacity 1.3.x, the Metadata Editor is opened from the "File" menu.
If the Metadata Editor contains information, you will need to manually clear
that data before you Export (the Metadata editor in Audacity 1.3.x has a
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