I was trying to find out if it was possible to use the tools function in mp3tag to quickly scan my .mp3 files integrity using MP3val. Found HERE.
So happens you can...
- Download the 'Download MP3val 0.1.8 binaries for Windows (frontend version 0.1.1 included) (130 Kb)' file.
- Open options in mp3tag. (CTRL+0)
- Go to: Tools> (New Tool)
- Enter in the dialog box: Name: MP3val Path: C:example\path\mp3val.exe Paramter: "%_path%\*.mp3" -f -nb □ for all selected files
- OPTIONAL: You can now move the tool to say 2nd from the top which is controlled with CTRL+2. You can use 0-9 positions.
OPTIONS FOR MP3VAL-l Log file name. If this argument is missing, all the information will be written to stdout.
-f Try to fix errors.
-si Suppress INFO messages.
-nb Delete .bak files that were created during file rebuilding. Use this option together with -f.
-t Keep file timestamps. Use this option together with -f.
-p Pipe mode (receive input file names from stdin). Intended for interaction with frontends. is ignored in this case.
-v Print version and exit
Only works for single level directories. But still very handy for that quick fix.