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I used convmv to change the unicode of the file.
But Title and Artist cannot change it.
I want to change the title and artist.

convmv -r --notest -f TIS620 -t UTF-8 * 

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  • convmv converts filenames from one encoding to another, not metadata - Please edit your question and tell us what type of files you are wroking on. (flac, mp3, video, other?) - Feel free to put a full command line example. – cmak.fr Jan 26 at 5:53
  • your screen shit does not smell like Ubuntu ... – cmak.fr Jan 26 at 5:54
  • @cmak.fr mp3 Brother – taro Jan 26 at 6:01
  • @cmak.fr i.stack.imgur.com/T3hh3.jpg my screen on windows checked in mp3tag program – taro Jan 26 at 6:01
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convmv converts filenames from one encoding to another, not metadata


id3v2 is CLI a editor (read/write) for audio tags, based on id3lib

sudo apt install id3v2

Usage example
- https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/47892/id3v2-used-recursively-at-command-line


eyeD3 is another (the one i prefer) CLI tags editor

sudo apt install eyed3

Usage example
- https://eyed3.readthedocs.io/en/latest/cli.html
- https://code-examples.net/en/q/22f4


The GUI program easytag to batch-write audio file's tags
In the app, there is an option about encoding for tags reading
And another option to choose the encoding when writing tags

sudo apt-get install easytag

enter image description here https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/EasyTAG

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  • Can I use the command line only to fix it? I don't have an ubuntu desktop. – taro Jan 26 at 6:19
  • @taro see edited answser – cmak.fr Jan 26 at 6:42
  • Thanks brother. Now I can fix it. – taro Jan 26 at 6:59

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