Comments: Some music

What music player are you using? I've run across the problem of naming files in other alphabets too, and I've found a makeshift solution using iTunes and OpenOffice.

OpenOffice natively supports other language fontsets. iTunes and OpenOffice (well, all Windows programs) support copy-paste. So, what I did was simply write out the track names and other relevant information in OpenOffice using the Insert Symbol thing (it might be called something slightly different) and then copy-pasted them into iTunes. It worked for me! (But I was using Hebrew, not Japanese, so it might be slightly different.)

Still no solution to making it understandable to who don't speak Japanese, though! :)

(PS: Tenor 2, hah!)

Posted by David at September 8, 2005 04:57 PM

Or you can just use Exact Audio Copy. Does fine with portuguese characters (not sure how it does with Japanese......)

Posted by Cavalkaf at September 9, 2005 02:11 PM

Neither support it.

Posted by kit at September 9, 2005 11:59 PM

Dunno if you still are doing this but I recommend using GRIP under Linux if you can somehow get it -- does great with any files I have ever ripped in any language (i.e., polish)

Posted by Adam at September 30, 2005 10:23 PM
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