[TriLUG] Slightly OT: editing mp3 tags
bak at picklefactory.org
Tue Jan 11 08:23:01 EST 2011
There's a python program called 'beets' that I like very much. Compares
existing tags to MusicBrainz and makes a billion nitpicky change
suggestions, then moves things into the sort of directory structure you
specify. Very good for "import all this stuff" as opposed to individual
or single-album file-tweaking like EasyTAG excels at.
On 1/10/11 11:54 PM, Jim wrote:
> On 01/10/2011 09:20 PM, stan briggs wrote:
>> Who has had success with a tool that allows you to edit mp3 tags
>> in-mass. I seem to recall a tool that imported data into a spreadsheet
>> style interface thereby making it easy to make mass changes across
>> many files.
>> BSDunix, OSX, Win ... I don't really care.
> I've used EasyTag too. However, it depends on the level of mediation
> your files need. I had a lot of very random, poorly tagged files. I
> used Picard to do the initial work of identifying files and EasyTag to
> do the detail work.
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