ability to tag quality and rating tag through the webinterface
I have a large music collection and play this on a great hifi system. Automatic tagging is a must have and do, but I find it hard to find specific music. I want to use the rating (and quality) tags to add while or after I have listened to the music. That way I can later find my highly rated music easy. Same for great recording/quality songs.
Sure, that makes sense. By 'music player' I just mean whatever is displaying those ratings. The reason I ask is because there are multiple ways of storing rating - some write to tags (like you are suggesting) and some store the ratings themselves.
But if this is about tagging rating in the music file, then that's all good.
Not sure what you mean with 'music player' but here is how I see it. In modern hifi systems, you have a upnp music player (like Linn, Naim, Sonos, etc...), a upnp control device (ipad, ipod, etc...) and a NAS (Synology, Qnap, etc...) that contains a upnp music server. The music server contains the music and the index to that music. And the index is displayed on the control device, where you can select the music to play based on the tagging (rating, album, artist, etc).
To adjust the tagging you need to run a program on a PC. And that is where Bliss can shine!!! No need for running a tagging program on a PC anymore because Bliss runs on the same server (NAS) and is able to change the tagging via a web-frontend through the same ipad that controls the music. Brilliant! Because it opens up providing feedback to the music and change tags directly.
So my request is to change the rating and quality tag directly on the server through the Bliss web-frontend. This will have an effect on the index of the upnp music server, which results in the ability to find your music more easily.
Wouldn't you normally use your music player's own rating system to do this? How would bliss help here?