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#1

Web Script for Mp3tag to tag MP3s with data from Beatport.

http://code.google.com/p/beatport-script-f.../downloads/list

If you have any feedback shoot it through, I'm happy to update the script.


#2

Thanks - planned to do one on my own. Will have a look and give you feedback!


#3

thanks! Will try it.


#4

Have tried it and it works great!!
I'll use this script as default for my albums. If i find something i'll let you know.
Great work mate :rolleyes:


#5

Ok, I am sure this is a lame question. But just in few words, how do I install it?


#6

download the files from post #1 and unpack them to the mp3tag folder under data/sources.
Restart mp3tag - the files should appear in the menu Tag Sources


#7

You should change the search string to:
[SearchBy]=$repl(%artist% %album%,&, )

Because everything after a & symbol is ignored in api search

and:

There are releases without a proper album cover. Instead, the logo of the label is presented.
These releases have ref="label" instead of ref="release" at the image url. This leads to a failor of the script. The script jumps to the first recommendation link at the bottom of the page (Users Also Bought) which has ref="release" at the image, writes all data of this image and gets an error when it searches for the track (findline "<track")

examples for releases without proper cover image:
http://www.beatport.com/release/i-need-u-remixes/14207
http://api.beatport.com/catalog/releases/d...ml&id=14207

http://www.beatport.com/release/depth-buffering/205678
http://api.beatport.com/catalog/releases/d...l&id=205678

I think the easiest solution for the script is to replace
findline "width="60" height="60" ref="release""
with
findline "width="60" height="60" ref=""


Script for ripping genre, year & record label from beatport.com