Started by elsilva0, November 13, 2014, 07:34:43 PM
Quote from: elsilva0 on November 13, 2014, 07:34:43 PMfirst i use the "recase" tool to uppercase the filenames, then i open it with mp3tag to make the tags as the filenames.
Quote from: elsilva0 on November 13, 2014, 07:34:43 PMThen i imagine radio dj in the future or a plugin could fix filenames this way... its an idea's example, it can be made in other way too...If you have 7 songs for example, and all them is AVRIL LAVIGNE, 3 are AVRIEL LAVIGNE, as the most of them are AVRIL LAVIGNE, radiodj or plugin fix the 3 other to the same artist name of the most.like...Search results for artist shows 7 results with 12 letters each one,and 3 results wth 13 letters each one, rename [3 results]If number of letters in 3 results (3 is less than 7) is different than number of letters in 7 results, make the 3 results become the same filename as 7 results.
QuoteFor a couple of wrong names You can use the track manager.
Quote from: elsilva0 on November 14, 2014, 02:25:15 AMReally i discovered many time ago which radiodjs track manager has an option to upercase all files, or all showed in the list. but it just fix the tags, and i think it just fix in radiodj, just the way radiodj shows us the filenames, ... i gonna take a look again.
Quote from: PresidentOfACPJ on February 16, 2019, 05:29:33 AMAny news aboutthis topic subject ?? I want to get tags like year artist, album and title at least thesetags by internet by using some script like demoscript, then i would use tag sincronization to insert it to the mp3 files .ANY NEWS???
Quote from: elsilva0 on November 15, 2014, 11:36:16 AMI fixed many tags and filenames hand by hand this morning im so tired now, go lay down http://prntscr.com/56jstj
Quote from: Hidyman on January 21, 2023, 08:41:35 AMI'm not sure exactly how the MusicBrainz API works, but I think they have the back end built for this. It's not perfect and needs some user input, but it does a pretty good job of finding songs, especially with the Acoustic_ID. Mp3Tag has the ability to use the MusicBrainz lookup in their program, so it should be possible to write a plugin for RadioDJ to do the same. Honestly, it takes a bit of getting used to, but the MusicBrainz Picard app, with the right settings, should be able to match all of your songs into the correct groupings. You might need to move a few things around, but it really gives you a leg up on organizing your collection.