I have a Creative Zen MX MP3 Player, and whenever I rip a CD in Banshee media player and then transfer the files over to my player, the metadata seems to not be there, or not displaying (E.G. No album art, no artist, no track title; just displays filename.) I have "Write metadata to files" ticked in the preferences but it still doesn't show up. Does anybody know of a CD Ripper compatible with it? I will probably end up buying an Android phone and listen to my music on that, but I'd like to try and find a solution for my player at the moment.
Also, I'm a bit of a Linux noob, so whilst I can enter commands into the terminal, find lines in files to edit, etc. I might need a bit of help 🙂
Edit: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION; Files downloaded from Amazon MP3 work out of the box, I download them directly through the official client or webiste.
Tried using Asunder ripper to rip CDs, it adds details to tracks successfully, but there's no track numbers, so my Zen MX just sorts the tracks alphabetically by default. Also, on a track with an é in it appears as mojibake, even though I'm pretty sure my Zen can display "é" as it displays track names that have ü and ß in them. Could this be to do with them being ripped under Linux and not Windows?
Ok, so here's the images; I ripped Now 74 as I hadn't ripped it on Linux yet, and I re-ripped it on Windows, just to make sure.
When ripped by Banshee:
When ripped by Asunder:
When ripped by Creative Centrale, the official (albeit, Windows only) client for my MP3 player: