mp3tag's allmusic.com implementation

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Re: mp3tag's allmusic.com implementation

by skyisthelimit » Sun Aug 30, 2009 11:17 am

hey wheres the download link?

by Aphex_Twin77 » Sun Mar 23, 2008 6:57 am

fenrir wrote:Umm so there is no way to make this work? Or any other scripts (or even any other software) to do batch tagging?
If you are looking for advice on other software for batch tagging maybe this thread might help.

http://www.mediamonkey.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=26123

by Guest » Wed Mar 19, 2008 11:09 am

never mind, i figured it out

by Guest » Wed Mar 19, 2008 9:23 am

where's the link for the web sources tagger script? i can't find it. (if this is a stupid question, i apologize in advance)

by Mizery_Made » Thu Feb 14, 2008 10:42 am

fenrir wrote:Umm so there is no way to make this work? Or any other scripts (or even any other software) to do batch tagging?
I just gave links with information talking about the Auto-Tag from Web that's built into MediaMonkey 3 being able to be expanded to other sites through scripts, sites such as AMG. The WST functioned pretty much like MediaMonkey's built in function if I remember correctly. It only allowed you to do one album at a time, you couldn't plug your whole collection into it and let it run for a few hours automatically tagging them all.

If that's what your looking for, automatic tagging for ALL your files and not chunks at a time, I think Musicbrainz has a program that might make that possible, don't know though as I've never used it.

by Exaxxion » Thu Feb 14, 2008 2:08 am

Well I never said that WST didn't work I just said the scripts are outdated and the only one I use is the Discogs ID search. I have the installer for it but I don't think I can put it up here because knowing AMG they would scream and kick and just generally cry a river about it.

by fenrir » Thu Feb 14, 2008 2:05 am

Umm so there is no way to make this work? Or any other scripts (or even any other software) to do batch tagging?

I have both 2.5.5 Gold and 3 Gold

Any help is really appreciated

ps: thanks for the quick replies

by Exaxxion » Thu Feb 14, 2008 1:56 am

Fenrir, let me make this clear... there is no new version. The last one was released in December 2006, it does NOT work with MM3 at all (But I still use it because 2.5.5's better anyway), and the search function doesn't work because the scripts are outdated. I've tried to update them but I'm not advanced enough with the scripting system they use so I haven't been able to update it. The Discogs ID script still works though, but you have to manually find the ID number (the number at the end of the URL) and paste it into the tagger. I'm more than willing to search Discogs for an ID if it means I can still use the tagger though, It's probably the single most useful tagging tool I've used :)

by Mizery_Made » Thu Feb 14, 2008 1:13 am

This script/program has basically been replaced by features implemented into the 3.0 release. Wiki: Searching scripts & Wiki: Sample AMG Search script. Surprised to see AMG used for a sample script seeing as they've contacted a few programs/scripters that have used these Website Parcers to gather information from their site, Steegy included.

by fenrir » Thu Feb 14, 2008 12:26 am

can some one please post a link to the deleted/new version please.

Have quite a few files to tag before the day runs out =(

would really appreciate any help

by Agouti » Mon Nov 12, 2007 3:17 am

Surprises me that a free add-on would be made with DBC, which is more for corporate outsourcing, but yes, I've coded group based projects before.
Unfortunately I haven't had any experience with C# (personally detest M$ VS), apart from what carries over from C++. I'm pretty sure I've got M$VS C# lying around here somewhere, but I don't have XC# or Spec# or any other C# DBC stuff.

I'll install it and have a play tonight.

by Steegy » Sun Nov 11, 2007 3:49 pm

If you know the principles of Design By Contract and program c# 2.0+, then you can help me 8)

by Agouti » Tue Nov 06, 2007 3:20 am

Any news on a re-release minus allmusic?

If not, it would be nice if you could release the source. I've been itching for something like this and it would help if I had at least part of the source to save coding from scratch.

P.S. Extract Fields is 100% inspired fantasticness ;).

by Steegy » Sat Oct 27, 2007 7:37 am

Hasn't anyone made a Search Script for MediaMonkey yet? Using that you can also tag your songs using Discogs (or some other source) information.

by Exaxxion » Fri Oct 26, 2007 10:07 pm

I looked through those... aside from the implementation for foobar (which I obviously don't use) there isn't anything actually produced, just promises.

I'd much rather manually search for albums on Discogs and use WST's barely working scripts than their API. Then I'm not bound by their 5000 hits rule because I'm actually browsing their site, getting their ads, etc. However I doubt that I'd ever search that many albums in a day; most of my stuff is already tagged thanks to hours of diligence and WST when it was working properly :)

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