Music Manager is a Konqueror plugin that lets you standardize the filenames of your music files, guess information and set ID3 tags from the file's name (this can be done to several files in one shot), rename many selected files based on their ID3 tags, set ID3 tags in mass for selected files with options for copying ID3s from other files and leaving some ID3 fields untouched, rename _ to space and vice versa, create HTML and text indexes of your collections (including total playing time, etc., configurable through templates), create nice CD covers with full listings of your music files (also configurable through templates), and organize your music collection to create a CD.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Utilities Editors CD Audio CD Writing Players MP3 Desktop Environment KDE Themes KDE 3.x|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent Unix POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A smarter HTML and OpenOffice generator based on ID3 instead of filenames, when possible, and improved stylesheets.
Release Notes: The Control Center module now works. It is possible to configure Music Manager now.
Release Notes: This version fixes the resize policy in some dialogs, fixes ID3 genres, adds two new formats for the index creator, CSV and SQL, generates a Makefile in the CD root layout, to help the user actually burn the CD, fixes all tagging bugs with regard to Musicman, and now correctly sets ID3v1 in ISO-8859 encoding.
Release Notes: A configuration dialog was added in KControl. An icon was added in the popup menu. Filename extension normalization was fixed. Masstagger now opens the file-open dialog in the current directory. ".flac" (for Free Lossless Audio Compressor) was added to the list of known extensions. Folder names can now be normalized. Some menu items are disabled if only folders are selected. Discovery, handling, and description of cover and HTML templates with .desktop files was improved.
Release Notes: This release includes a long waited OpenOffice.org CD cover template, improves the HTML index, correctly generates cover files when there are ampersands in some song's filenames, has a Russian translation, and has packages for Red Hat, Mandrake, SuSE, and Debian.