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After the Switch Sound Format Converter completes the conversion of WMA files to mp3 files, I usually don’t input any tag into the Genre field.  Nevertheless, when I don’t input a tag and when I later view the converted files detail using Windows Explorer, the Genre field will show “(148)”.  What does (148) mean?  How can I prevent Switch from automatically putting this “(148)” tag into the Genre field when I want the field to be blank?  Thanks.

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Hi, N_C_H_josh.  Yes, under Automatic Tag Writing, the option for "Copy track information from the CD database into the output file audio tags" is indeed selected.  I never concerned myself with that option because I haven't been dealing with CD's when using Switch.  So I went ahead and un-checked that option, and then converted 2 other WMA files to mp3 files, while leaving the Genre field blank.  Unfortunately, "(148)" is still showing up in the Genre field in the final mp3 files.

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