I am looking to correct an iTunes library filled with messy MP3 tags.
There are no wrong info (like displaying “Nevermind” when the album is in fact “In Utero”), it just has multiple values saved in different ID3 versions.
e.g., the exact same file will show “Nevermind” in iTunes (and a few other media players) and “NEVERMIND [2011 REMASTERED]” in some others (who read this file’s different ID3 tag version).
I wish to end up with a library that only has ID3 v2.3 tags and no values saved in any other ID3 tag version.
(a) mass convert the entire library’s ID3 tags to v2.3 (I know that’s easily doable in-iTunes)
(b) use Picard to correct the tags, by exclusively writing values in each file’s current ID3 tag version used [i.e., v2.3 after (a) takes place] and at the same time erase any values stored in all other ID3 tag versions.
Is (b) possible?