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namingmuse

namingmuse is a library and application that accesses freedb.org and MusicBrainz (PUID), and renames and tags music albums with information from the site (such as year, genre, album name, title, and artist). It supports disc ID generation from the music file types supported by TagLib, as well as full text search of the freedb.org Web site using an HTML parser. It is encoding-aware, and can tag Ogg Vorbis and FLAC with UTF-8 Xiph Comments, MP3 with ID3v2 in Latin1 or UTF-8, and MusePack with UTF-8 APE tags.

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  •  08 Sep 2008 00:05

    Release Notes: MusicBrainz2 support with PUIDs was added. Support for mpc and FLAC was fixed. An ncurses popup for binding files to metainformation manually was added. Partial album file renames now rollback automatically on error. An option for ignoring directories in recursive mode was added. The documentation was updated, and a tiny test suite was added for robustness. Many bugs were fixed.

    •  04 Sep 2008 14:08

      Release Notes: Namingmuse has been ported to use tagpy instead of python-taglib, easing installation. The free text search interface has been updated for the new freedb Web page. A -c option was added for explicitly specifying the freedb record to use for tagging.

      •  23 Oct 2004 05:24

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        Recent comments

        04 Sep 2008 13:37 emh

        Re: Does not compile on modern systems


        > If you don't have the python-taglib

        > installed already, chances are high you

        > won't be able to compile it.

        >

        > It seems like any swig version >

        > 1.3.21 breaks the compilation.

        We've now ported namingmuse to tagpy, so python-taglib is not used any longer. This should ease installation.

        14 Nov 2006 19:17 squisher

        Does not compile on modern systems
        If you don't have the python-taglib installed already, chances are high you won't be able to compile it.

        It seems like any swig version > 1.3.21 breaks the compilation.

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