Mar 08, 2008 9:29 AM
After discovering that unicode MP3 tags confuse my Alltel Hue cell phone's music player, I of course needed to fix the broken files. But I didn't want to figure out which they were by trial and error - we have a big music collection!
I cobbled together some code that I had sitting around, and created a little command-line utility that checks mp3 files to see if the tags are unicode.
If you found this post because you're looking for a solution to the same problem, you might find this useful. It requires .NET 2.0. Use the command-line argument -h for instuctions.