Firstly, massive props to everyone involved in this software. It's really great work you're doing!
I'd like to know if something is possible with the script framework. I have a bunch of purchased mp3s but they don't have the "Publisher" tags filled in. I would like to fill them in with the record label that they were released on. However, I don't want to change any other tags - just the Publisher one.
I know that Discogs has lots of this info and I found a script that almost does what I want. It searches discogs with the Album name from the tag, then I pick the Album that looks like the one and click next. Then I have to read the Publisher field, remember it, then close the box and manually enter it by right-clicking on the track, looking at the extended tags, and adding a new tag for Publisher. It's taking me a very long time at the moment and I wondered if there's an easier way.
If I click next again (rather than closing the script window) it fills in all the tag fields from Discogs, but this isn't what I want to do. The only one I want to change is the Publisher one.
Any ideas on this?
Thanks, Alex =]
use my script & follow my script installation & usage instruction:
at step 6 of the instruction, do the following:
- set all DISCOGS_... & DISCOGS~... fields to no, set only DISCOGS_LABEL to publisher
- set OPTION: DOWNLOAD COVER ART to no
- set TEXT OPTION: FREE WEB SOURCES SCRIPT CODE FOR STANDARD SCRIPTS to set "tracks"
then my script will do exactly what you want.
I just noticed, that if you set all field to no, the script search doesn't work find the tag from the files any more.
So you should leave also DISCOGS_ARTIST or DISCOGS_ALBUMARTIST and DISCOGS_ALBUM to their standard values. And maybe other tags you want to use for search (possible with my script: DISCOGS_YEAR, DISCOGS_CATALOG#, DISCOGS_RELEASE_ID, DISCOGS_RELEASE_URL)
To have them still not written, set TEXT OPTION: FREE WEB SOURCES SCRIPT CODE FOR STANDARD SCRIPTS to
set "catalog #"
(You have to write it in extra lines as I did above .You only need those fields there which you have not set to no before)
This is absolutely brilliant! Thank you so much! =]