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<b>Please do not rely on the content being accurate.</b>
 
<b>Please do not rely on the content being accurate.</b>
  
==Organization==
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== Organization ==
 
The below tables are organized into categories of data, and within each category the ordering is roughly as follows:
 
The below tables are organized into categories of data, and within each category the ordering is roughly as follows:
  
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This document will <b>not</b> deal with approaches to tagging, except where certain approaches to tagging are required to make mapping work.
 
This document will <b>not</b> deal with approaches to tagging, except where certain approaches to tagging are required to make mapping work.
 
===Format-specific notes===
 
====Vorbis Comment====
 
Tags marked <sup>S</sup> or <sup>M</sup> denote how many instances of that tag should be allowed to be stored in a file: Single or Multiple.
 
 
====Matroska====
 
Unlike other tagging systems, the same tag name (e.g. TITLE) can have different meanings based on the "TargetType" level.
 
 
The recommendation is that album-specific tags have a "TargetType" of 50 and track-specific tags have a "TargetType" of 30.
 
  
 
== Mapping Tables ==
 
== Mapping Tables ==

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