Traktor 3.3.2 Not wrighting id3 tags
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    Tech Mentor denisps2's Avatar
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    Default Traktor 3.3.2 Not wrighting id3 tags

    So my problem.
    My traktor doesent wright the id3 tags or something.
    I have a lot of cues and beatgrids setup for my track. I rightclick write id3 tags. Then i copy a mp3 to my desktop put it in traktor and no cues.
    Am i missing something please?
    I dont want to do everithing again in TPro.

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    You have to do everything again in Tpro as Tpro isnt backwards compatible with Traktor 3's beatgrids.

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    Please don't remind me this again! I literally, and Yes, I REALLY cried, when I read that I would need to do this all over again.... I was so frustrated and so pissed off at NI at the same time. I can understand it is a new software built from scratch, but this really shows up some lack of planning on this feature.

    I mean... you can bring up any excuse at all... but they could have simply found a way to re-use these factors to be backwards compatible, since this is an essential part of any DJ that uses a software, hence Traktor (Beatgrids, cue points, loops, etc)

    For the time being... Goodbye Traktor Pro... I am keeping my v3.4 for good time...
    Maybe not many care about this.... but for those of us with a huge collection and multiple genres that has spent countless hours setting up beatgrids, cues, etc ... it is a HUGE disappointment.

    Yes.. I am a cue, loop, beat juggling whore!
    Last edited by Julio; 11-08-2008 at 10:56 PM.
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    One positive thing i found with the Tpro bpm detection system is that its heaps better than the original one, so atleast it has that going for it - it makes the change over alot more bearable for me.

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