Singleton tags, which should only appear once. If one of these tags
appears more than once, its last appearance should be displayed if there
is only room to display one instance of the tag.
If appropriate, an album name, e.g., `Days Of Future Passed' or
`Beethoven: Symphonies Nos. 1-9'.
An alternative title e.g., `Choral' for the Beethoven's ninth or
`Njósnavélin' for the 4th song of the album `( )' by `Sigur Rós'.
For information to be displayed on systems with limited display
capabilities. It is not a replacement for the ENSEMBLE and PERFORMER
tags, but typically will summarize them e.g., `The Beach Boys'. May
not be appropriate for classical music (see ENSEMBLE and PERFORMER
Who publishes the disc the track came from.
Should be set to 1 if the album is a compilation.
If the album belongs to a particular collection, put its name there
e.g., `Les incontournables du Jazz'.
Who holds copyright to the track or disc the track is on.
If part of a multi-disc album, put the disc number here. If the disc
has a name, it should be set in VOLUME.
You can use any format you like, such as Roman numerals, regular
numbers, or whatever. The numbers such as Roman numerals, regular
numbers, or whatever. The numbers should be entered in such a way
that an alphabetical sort on this tag will correctly show the proper
ordering of all the oggs that contain the tag.
This number lets you order a CD over the phone from a record shop.
If disc is a remastered / reissue edition, put it there e.g.
`digitally remastered' or `limited'. Don't put any DATE information
There may be a barcode on the CD; it is most likely an EAN or UPN
(Universal Product Number).
The key signature of the track e.g., `E-flat major' or `D minor'. If
changes inside, for example, a movement, the "local key" may be
written inside the PART.
The record label or imprint on the disc e.g., `Mercury Records'.
Record labels often put the catalog number of the source media
somewhere on the packaging. Use this tag to record it.
The license, or URL for the license the track is under. For
instance, the Open Audio license.
Should be set to 1 if the track is a live performance.
The number of the work; e.g., `10', `BWV 81' or `KV 6'. Sould
finish by a number.
The recording media the track came from. e.g., `CD', `Cassette',
`Radio Broadcast', `LP', `CD Single', `Bootleg', `Hybrid SACD' or
"The work", whether a symphony, or a pop song e.g., `Symphony No. 5'
or `Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds'.
The track number on the CD, e.g., `03'. Should be a number.
Make sure you don't put DATE or LOCATION information in this tag.
`live', `acoustic', `radio edit', `12 inch remix' or `featuring Ray
Charles' might be typical values of this tag.
If part of a multi-disc album, put the disc name here e.g.,
`Original album' or `Bonus disc'.
The person who encoded the Ogg file. May include contact
information such as email address and phone number.
Put the settings you used to encode the Ogg file here. This tag is
NOT expected to be stored or returned by CDDB type databases. It
includes information about the quality setting, bit rate, and
bitrate management settings used to encode the Ogg. It also is
used for information about which encoding software was used to do
The remaining tags are multiples; if they are present more than once,
all their occurances are considered significant.
Composer of the work e.g., `Gustav Mahler' or `Jimi Hendrix'.
The person who arranged the piece e.g., `Joseph Maurice Ravel'. Can
be set to `traditional' if appropriate.
The person who wrote the lyrics if differs to the composer e.g.,
For text that is spoken, or was originally meant to be spoken, the
author e.g., `John Ronald Reuel Tolkien'.
Conductor of the work; e.g., `Herbert von Karajan'. Choir directors
would also use this tag.
Individual performers singled out for mention with their instrument
e.g., `Yoyo Ma (cello)' or `David Gilmour (electric & acoustic
The group performing the piece, when different from ARTIST. For
example, this would be the orchestra in classical works e.g.,
`London Symphony Orchestra'.
A division within a work; e.g., a movement of a symphony. Some
tracks contain several parts. Use a single PART tag for each part
contained in a track. e.g., `movement 2. Andante in F major' or
`a. Your Move'. Datas should be entered in such a way that an
alphabetical sort on this tag will correctly show the proper ordering
of the parts.
If the part has no name but but only an index, it can be put here.
Can be a range has well e.g., `1-9', and you can use any format you
like, such as Roman numerals, regular numbers, or whatever.
The numbers should be entered in such a way that an alphabetical sort
on this tag will correctly show the proper ordering of all the oggs
that contain the contain the piece of music.
Like the genre tag from the CDDB but without the limitations. You
can put any genre you want in this tag. If you think "Pink Floyd"
are a genre unto themselves, say so here. For crossover works, or
ambiguous works, use as many GENRE tags as you think it takes to
describe the styles used.
Date or date-time of relevance to the track. The date must be in
ISO 8601 format, but may be followed by a space character, then any
text you wish, including the same date in any other format. If there
is no detail e.g., `1968', it should be the the date of the original
release of the album.
Location of recording e.g., `Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY'.
Additional comments of any nature e.g., `Bonus track'.
The fields related to album information i.e., ALBUM, EDITION, PUBLISHER,
ISRC, EAN/UPN, LABEL, LABELNO, SOURCEMEDIA, should be the same for every
track in an album.
 Ogg Vorbis Documentation
 VorbisComment http://wiki.xiph.org/index.php/VorbisComment
 Ogg Vorbis Comment Field Recommendations