Posted: Wed Apr 02, 2008 10:04 am
Also, it would be really nice if the window auto-closed after saving the updated tags.
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I second this!Teknojnky wrote:Also, it would be really nice if the window auto-closed after saving the updated tags.
Third this.spacefish wrote:I second this!Teknojnky wrote:Also, it would be really nice if the window auto-closed after saving the updated tags.
If it is of any interest, there is another similar batch lyrics field updater script here that fills in the lyrics field with what you want.Teknojnky wrote:Lyrics to Instrumental
It may not be relevant, but while I investigate this, could you post some of the database data associated with the file (artist, title, composer, conductor, etc)? I've used the beta hundreds of times on thousands of files at once and have yet to encounter this, so I have no idea what's going on (yet). Does it consistently error on the same file every single time?Teknojnky wrote:J:\Music\N\Nine Inch Nails\1995 - [Halo_10] Further Down the Spiral v1\10 - Nine Inch Nails - The Beauty of Being Numb.mp3
does not seem to like something about this track and others like it.
I like this idea, it would save me a stepTeknojnky wrote:another idea to consider for future versions:
mark tracks as lyrics not found:
either a standard comment in the lyrics field or perhaps allow a selectable custom field.
This way auto-playlists can be created to filter out tracks which you have already attempted to find lyrics on.. and then conversely, you can easily find those tracks which were not found to manually update them.
set lyrics = "[NO LYRICS FOUND]"
manual lyrics autoplaylist: lyrics contain "[NO LYRICS FOUND]"
I encounter this error message if I try to process more than one track, which sorts of defeats the object of the script. Was a solution posted to this?das Monkey wrote:Was this a one-time thing or does it happen every time you try to tag this album? While I wouldn't recommend trying to tag while playing, I'm not sure that's an issue here or not. Line 285 is where I write the temporary HTML file, and I don't have any error handling there, assuming the file can be created without any problem. It's possible that some kind of a write lock on that file would trigger the error you received, perhaps if Lyricator were improperly shut down.spacefish wrote:I just got the following error:
I was trying to tag the currently playing album. If it helps at all, the album was Rhythm and Stealth by Leftfield. I have been able to use the new version successfully on other albums though so I'm not sure what the problem with this one is.
Is it still a problem?