I have restarted and saved the file. I have deleted files to see if something change in Mp3tag but no. I have reinstalled Mp3tag and now when I put files in sources directory I have nothing in Mp3tag scripts.
Right click on the mp3tag icon on your desktop. Clock properties. Then click open folder location. In there should be the folder where your scripts are held under data>sources. Or re-read the part in post #1 about installation of scripts. This should take you to the location. Your script looks fine. Not at my computer right now so can't test it.
This is definetely a big help to all those zippyshare DJs.. Just kidding (not kidding), nice job writing the script, but seriously who needs to buy from beatport anymore thesedays when you can get both music and tags without it?
I was wandering if it was possible to edit the script so it deleted all the file's original tags before writing the new beatport tags? I only ask because I often find myself deleting some fields and think it'd be much easier if I could incorporate it into the script but I'm too stupid to figure it out.
Thanks for taking the time to write the script btw. It's much appreciated.
Hi, thanks and sorry for the late reply. I'm afraid this cannot be done. My only advise is to write all the tags that the script rips from beatport which is quite a few and that way it will overwrite as many as possible. Then create and an action like this which I use or similar to suit your needs. Name of action group:Clean-Up 1.1 # Remove Unwanted Tags
Action type:Remove fields except Fields to leave (semicolon-separated):RELEASETIME;ALBUM;ALBUM ARTIST;ALBUMARTIST;ARTIST;BPM;COMMENT;DATE;DISCNUMBER;ENCODEDBY;GENRE;INITIALKEY
Thanks for replying. I already do something similar and just hoped I could remove a step in my tag writing process. At least I know exactly what to leave now though. Thanks.
Edit; I noticed there was a few duplicates in your list so I've removed them and arranged what's left alphabetically.
Today I downloaded version 4.0 of your scripts, unzipped and copied them to sources filder, as instructed. When I run any of them, after some seconds it replies
"Error connecting to server: http://www.beatport.com"
You could check first of all if MP3tag has access to the internet.
Use Help>Check for updates.
The result of that function should be a dialogue box - if you do not see any, then MP3tag has not internet access, probably blocked by the firewall.