As I have seen many questions concerning the options of the script, here is a detailed documentation for the settings.
At step 6 of my instruction given in the starting post, I write:
Open the Extended Tags Window and edit the tag-field values of Discogs Pone Web Script Settings.mp3 to customize the script.
Here you have all the options of the script. These are actually the tag-fields I have written into the Discogs Pone Web Script Settings.mp3 file. I will call these "option-fields" to avoid confusion with the tag-fields of your mp3 files.
To change the options, change the value of the option-fields. You can also leave them all unchanged, in this case you use the script with the deffault settings like I'm using it. Do only change the value of the option-fields, not the option-fields' name. Do not delete option-fields.
Here is the documentation for the different fields:
With theses option-fields, you can choose the tag-field-names you want to use for your music collection. There is one option-field for every available tag-field. As possible values you can use everything which you want to use for a tag-field-name and no for things you don't want to write.
the field DISCOGS_ALBUMARTIST has the value albumartist
That means, the the album artist from discogs gets written to the tag-field ALBUMARTIST.
When you want to write it into ALBUM ARTIST instead, use:
DISCOGS_ALBUMARTIST = album artist
When you don't want to write that field at all, use:
DISCOGS_ALBUMARTIST = no
With these option-fields, you have controll over some special tag-fields-fields where you can combine and split information into different tag-fields.
Again, as possible values you can use everything which you want to use for a tag-field-name and no for things you don't want to write.
There are four types:
DISCOGS~BARCODES (SEPARATED FROM OTHER IDENTIFIERS)
This option was made for a special request of a forum user. Normally DISCOGS_BARCODES AND OTHER IDENTIFIERS is written into one tag-field if you want to write it (the deffault setting is no). If you want to split it, you have to write the name of the second tag-field here.
DISCOGS~PONE COPY 1 SOURCE
DISCOGS~PONE COPY 1 TARGET
These Option-fields belong together in pairs. With them you can write the same information into different tag-fields, which can be usefull if you use tag-fields which are not compatible with every media player. They copy the value of one tag-field into another tag-field
If you want to have the Catalog # from discogs in the COMMENT field, use:
DISCOGS~PONE COPY 1 SOURCE = catalog #
DISCOGS~PONE COPY 1 TARGET = comment
DISCOGS~PONE MULTILINE FIELD
This option is for a special tag-field, where you can combine different discogs sections into one multiline tag-field. This works only for DISCOGS_CREDITS, DISCOGS_NOTES, DISCOGS_BARCODES AND OTHER IDENTIFIERS and DISCOGS~PONE TRACKLIST. The last one is only written by the "tracklist for DJ Sets in one file" script.
By using the same value (= tag-fields) for these option-fields, they are written into the same tag-field. But they would run into each other, without seperating spaces or empty lines. By using the same value (= tag-field) for DISCOGS~PONE MULTILINE FIELD, the script seperates them within one tag-field with an empty line end a extra headline for each section.
examples 1: the default settings are:
In the default settings, DISCOGS_CREDITS, DISCOGS_NOTES and DISCOGS~PONE TRACKLIST. are written into UNSYNCELYRICS. DISCOGS_BARCODES AND OTHER IDENTIFIERS does not get written. DISCOGS~PONE TRACKLIST is always only written if you use the extra script for it (see below).
The reslut is a UNSYNCELYRCS field which could like the following:
Producer: artist 1
Masterd By: artist 2
All songs recorded at studio xy September 2011
The complete tracklist of the release would appear in front of/above "Credits:" when you use the extra script for it. The settings for this are:
DISCOGS_CREDITS = unsyncedlyrics
DISCOGS_NOTES = unsyncedlyrics
DISCOGS_BARCODES AND OTHER IDENTIFIERS = no
DISCOGS~PONE TRACKLIST = unsyncedlyrics
DISCOGS~PONE MULTILINE FIELD = unsyncedlyrics
example 2: if you want a extra field for DISCOGS_CREDITS and write the rest into COMMENT:
DISCOGS_CREDITS = credits
DISCOGS_NOTES = comment
DISCOGS_BARCODES AND OTHER IDENTIFIERS = comment
DISCOGS~PONE TRACKLIST = comment
DISCOGS~PONE MULTILINE FIELD = comment
example 3: if you want a extra field for everything:
DISCOGS_CREDITS = credits
DISCOGS_NOTES = notes
DISCOGS_BARCODES AND OTHER IDENTIFIERS = barcodes
DISCOGS~PONE TRACKLIST = tracklist
DISCOGS~PONE MULTILINE FIELD = no
As mentioned above, this field gets only written if you use the extra script "tracklist for DJ-Sets in one mp3 file". It is designed to hold the complete tracklist of a release for CDs which are not ripped into one file per track but into one big file instead (like many people do with mix-CDs, hence the name of the script). As value for this option-field use the name of the tag-field you want that to be written in. As shown above, you can combine this into the DISCOGS~PONE MULTILINE FIELD.
For this option-fields, you can only choose between yes and no as value. I think they are pretty self-explaining.
TEXT OPTIONS:... fields:
These are option-fields where you have more than two possiblilies.
[ I will edit this post to give more instructions on the last two ]