Suggestion - exporting tags to MusicBrainz

It would be great if it would be possible to select a cluster of songs that form an album in MP3TAG, right-click and click "Export to MusicBrainz". That would cause your browser to pop up with most of the data (such as track titles, artist names etc.) forms already filled in. It is extremely tedious to have to copy and paste everything all the time. Is something like this even possible? There was a plugin for MBP that supposedly did this, but it's now outdated by almost 3 years.

With this export-script: %album%

$loop(%track%)$num($ifgreater($strchr(%track%,/),0,$left(%track%,$sub($strchr(%track%,/),1)),%track%),2) %title% %_length%
$loopend()you get the necessary information like this:    The Black Pacific
01 The System 02:43
02 When It's Over 02:52
03 Living With Ghosts 03:03
04 Time Is Not The Reason 03:27
05 Almost Rising 03:31
06 Kill Your Idols 03:49
07 Defamer 03:25
08 Ruinator 02:51
09 Put Down Your Weapons 03:14
10 No Purpose 03:57then you open Musicbrainz, search for the matching artist, klick on "Add release", enter the number of tracks (10 in the above example) and finally you can paste the above information in the "Track parser" field.

You are right, there is space for some imrovements and automatisation, but this is better then nothing. :rolleyes:

Strange, this doesn't seem to support Unicode (Japanese, for example) characters.

??????? Original Soundtrack
01 ???????????? 02:23
02 ?????—? 01:34
03 ?????—? (Piano Ver.) 02:08
04 ????—? 01:28
05 ??????  02:08
06 ????? 02:12
07 ?????? 01:43
08 ???? 02:07
09 ??????—? 01:40
10 ??????? 02:08
11 ???????????? 02:16
12 ???—??????? 02:42
13 ??????????????— 01:36
14 0???? 02:34
15 ??? 01:40
16 ????????? 01:58
17 ???????? 01:45
18 ?????? 01:38
19 ???????? 01:58
20 ??????????? 01:55
21 ???—??—? 01:47
22 ???? 01:55
23 ???????? 01:44
24 ?????????? 01:41
25 ????? 02:09
26 ??????·??? 01:43
27 ?????? 01:49
28 ?????? 01:51
29 ???????? 01:43
30 0???? (?—??????) 01:22
31 ???????? (TV Version) 01:34

Any workaround for this, or will I have to change the file by hand?

Put $filename(MusicBrainz.txt,utf-8)
at the beginning of the export configuration. utf-16 is also supported (see manual).

Works perfectly, thanks for saving me hours of time.