VonMagnum Wrote:In fact, I think MKV should start officially supporting tagging as well. Imagine going back to the days of MP3s without tags.... That's what movies are mostly like today. Small variations, special editions, etc. often suffer from incorrect labeling even when the movie itself is correctly identified and when you're encoding your own movies (like people should be doing), trying to guess the correct name in the database for such things is a PITA (might as well just use a tagger and let it do it).
Actually, MKV does
support tagging. See, for example, this
I'm definitely adding this to my list of "things I need to work on once I teach myself to program more than simple little PyQt GUIs". And further, if anyone out there was interested and actually does know how to program, I may not have much skill but I've got plenty of time on my hands, so I'd throw as much time and effort into it as possible.
...of course, right around the time of the feature freeze is entirely the wrong time for me to be dredging this up again I suppose, heh.
For future reference, here's the URL of Matroska's tag spec sheet: http://matroska.org/technical/specs/tagging/index.html