[Matroska-users] Software for easy tagging multiple mkv

Steve Lhomme steve.lhomme at free.fr
Mon Oct 2 13:33:30 CEST 2006


Andreas Demant wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm new to the list, because I've problems with the current tagging system of Matroska.
> 
> On the Internet-Site there are a few hints, how to tag a matroska file, but there is no software named.
> 
> Or the tagging with recommend software is not logic.
> 
> I've tried to tag a few mkv with the nice tool mkvmerge. It has the option to load the tags from a xml-file. But the example xml-file from the matroska-site (http://www.matroska.org/technical/specs/tagging/tagexamples/example.xml) is said to be corrupt. After changing the first letters of the tags into capital letters, the tags <Tag> and <Tags> are accepted, but the others are not. I've tried the tags from the specification in all combination of upper/lower letters, but it wouldn't help.

Look at the example XML file that is in mkvmerge. It's the correct 
format. The example on the website is just to give an idea of the structure.

> Then I've tagged a file with the shell extension, saved the tags as xml-file and tried to import this xml-file with mkvmerge. First, the shell extension use a tag <Simple>, which is not listed in the specification, but accepted from mkvmerge. Second, it use a tag <Name> (nested inside <Simple>), which is not accepted from mkvmerge (it says, that <Name> isn't a correct child of <Simple>).
> 
> Further the shell extension can only import from mp3 or avi, but no xml-file.
> 
> Can anyone help me to tag multiple files, with least effort?

Right now there's no such tool. But we will try to do one soon.

Steve

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