Lyrics on Windows Media Player

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Paklot, May 20, 2007.

  1. Paklot

    Paklot Guest

    Hi, I am using Windows Vista Premium as my OS. I'm not sure if it actually
    affects Windows Media Player or not. However, my problem is that, unlike in
    my Windows XP's Windows Media Player, in my Windows Vista, I can't add lyrics
    into my mp3 files anymore. This is because whenever I enter my mp3 files'
    properties to edit, I can't find "lyrics" anymore, which means to say I can't
    add lyrics. Is there any way I can add lyrics again, using Windows Media
    Player, and not some other programs (in Vista)?
     
    Paklot, May 20, 2007
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  2. Paklot

    forum4sujit Guest

    Hi,

    You can do the same in VISTA/WMP11.

    1. Right click on the mp3 file that you are playing.
    2. Click on "Find in Library" option from the context menu.
    3. ight-click the file that you want to add lyrics to, and then clic
    Advanced Tag Editor.
    4. Click the Lyrics tab. If you do not see a box that contains
    Language list, click Add.
    5. (Optional) In the Language list, select the language that you want.
    6. In the Text box, type or paste the lyrics that you copied, as show
    in the following screen shot. If you want to create a set o
    synchronized lyrics from your static lyrics, make sure that each line o
    verse is on its own line.

    Hope this helps,
    Sujit
     
    forum4sujit, Mar 14, 2009
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