This was announced at the Bristol Sound & Vision show, click here to view the press release.
Alan Ainslie from Melco, recognising the difficulty their customers had with poor quality metadata from previously ripped and downloaded songs, came to SongKong for help with devising a simple solution for customers. In partnership with Melco we have already made many improvements for all SongKong customers, especially those with large collections including Classical and Jazz.
Additionally with SongKong for Melco we have solved an issue for customers with collection of Naim wav rips. The popular Naim Uniti defaults to ripping to Wav format, it then looks up metadata from AllMusicGuide and Cddb. But this metadata is stored in a file called amginfo.xml or cddb.txt within the same folder as the wav rips for the album rather than stored within the Wav files themselves. This is fine as long as you only play them via Naim but if you copied the files anywhere else no metadata would show up for the Wav files, regardless of if the amginfo.xml or cddb.txt files were copied as well since only Naim Uniti could parse them.
When the above option is enabled if you have any Naim wav folders that contain the Wavs and the Amginfo.xml/cddb.txt file then the metadata can now be embedded into the Wav files themselves, this can now be read and used by most applications and players such as MinimServer and Foobar2000. Of course you can additionally use SongKongs standard MusicBrainz and Discogs functionality to find additional metadata such as high resolution artwork.