Is this scriptable export as quick as the simple text cut'n'paste?
I can go to almost any website, use the browser's copy and get it pasted with the spreadsheet's paste function.
It's simple - I don't have to learn yet another scripting language.
And it's fast - doesn't re-read all source data once again.
You may say "it's a REAL export".
I agree, it is incredibly flexible.
But it is NOT a good player in a scripting environment. A good player is open-ended, i.e. has a command line interface (or a programming API), so that external programs can use it as a sub-component. MPT3tag seems deliberately NOT to want that kind of use. Scripting? It's good, flexible, but not real....
Maybe I should start looking for another MP3tag list program, even though I have been a very satisfied MP3tag user for more than 5 years now. (started with version 1.08, I think, and a lot of my usability suggestions regarding simple cursor navigation were implemented in version 1.13 or thereabouts)
MP3tag is still by far the best choice for me, when I want to edit MP3 tags, which is what I need most.