Updating media information

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I have tried the \u0022apply media information changes\u0022 function in windows media player, but that has not done anything to the files that did not come from physical CD\u0027s.Please, if there is any way you all can think of to edit the actual files with the windows media player information please let me know.Media Player version: 12.0.9600.18438Windows OS: 8So I have over one thousand music files on my computer, and I would like to be able to update the information that goes with those files including the track title, number and, CD title of the actual file.Media Player version: 12.0.9600.18438Windows OS: 8 So I have over one thousand music files on my computer, and I would like to be able to update the information that goes with those files including the track title, number and, CD title of the actual file.I have tried the "apply media information changes" function in windows media player, but that has not done anything to the files that did not come from physical CD's.Media Player version: 12.0.9600.18438Windows OS: 8 PLEASE NOTE: Do not post advertisements, offensive materials, profanity, or personal attacks.If you have changed the information inside a NFO File for an existing title in the library, this section will not update the library with those changes.You will need to perform one of the Refresh Library methods detailed in Section 4 below.

So I have over one thousand music files on my computer, and I would like to be able to update the information that goes with those files including the track title, number and, CD title of the actual file.

I've tried multiple restarts of the device, tried "Repair Database" option from the Media Server settings menu, run Rescan Content Folders for the Twonky Server in it's settings menu. How to return to previous firmware version, is there a rollback option?

No effort - can't find anything added to the media folders after update process.

Now, in windows media player I have all the data that i need for those files.

Is there any way that I can take that information from windows media player and transfer it to the actual files without manually having to go in to the file system and edit over 800 music files?

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