Yup, bitrate display adds value where one can determine if a higher or lower quality version can be achieved.
On my side, i check bitrates when encoding or stocking my files on my hard drive, i don't use MusicBee for technical purposes.
I think not that many people care of the audio quality of their files, really, but i don't blame the fact that you can display it on MB, from the moment when you can choose
to display it or not.
It's the same thing with my "wish" here, you could be able to choose to display it or not, i don't propose to force everyone to do so.
I understand articles may publish artist origin, but I never hear people say "Hey band x are from America you know", I cant see many folk redoing tags for this either,
Again, i didn't propose everyone to re-tag their tracks, because some people already have their files tagged with "country of origin".
You assume here that nobody use this kind of tag, you just have to check the number of artists on LastFm that are tagged with their country of origin to understand that some people just care, when other people just don't care about bitrates ^^
Because this will bloat MB with flag graphics and code for little or no real added value.
Well, i think that if this feature was implemented, i won't like to have flags everywhere on a column like on my photoshopped screenshot.
But i will definitely love to have a single little tiny icon under my cover art (where others would prefer to have the path to the file).
And i don't think a single small icon, that you can choose to display or not will have that negative impact on the interface.
Especially when you look at some screenshots, where some people just like to be surrounded with informations everywhere.
I do prefer clean layout myself, so i don't think that this argument is that valid.
For the code part, if it put real concerns to implement, developers will explain it themselves i think. This post is in the "wishlist" part of the forum, so it's an idea among others.
For the "real added value", it's just subjective as i tried to explain it before.
Hmm, again, to play tunes from America is rather vague. A mood filter would make for a better playlist. I am not convinced. But hey, that's only my opinion.
Yes, and ofcourse you have the right to tell me your opinion, and i understand it
But, when you think a mood filter suits better for a playlist, while i just don't use mood tags, i have to answer to that anyway.
My proposal was not about the tags themselves, anyone can currently create them. The suggestion was about the association with a flag icon, just like the "loved track icon" allows you to watch a picture rather than a text line that would say "Loved Track" or "Not loved Track"
I hope it looks better when explained like that