The "Original yes/no" tag can be set when ripping a CD, so anyone can set it.Poeme said:I see... What about for example when you check the file info in Winamp, where it says "Original yes/no"? Thanks
Not really, MP3 is owned by Fraunhofer Institute and Thomson Multimedia of Germany. Most free MP3 encoders and players are illegal--player and encoder vendors are supposed to pay them licensing fees. MP3 is only popular because it has no DRM (anti-copying) features.sadpanda said:mp3 is a (mostly) open format.