Its not working here too. Can anyone upload new working script? Thanx.
The script is broken. Track tags are not shown.
The Original script mp3tag Version v2.90a working again. (was yesterday)
Hello, when I want to open the file, there is nothing. Is there a password?
My script does not work anymore ..
please find attached my working scriptAustria (1200x1200).src (8.9 KB)
SLB, great work. Everything works perfectly. Thank U very much!
Why Composer info of the song is not the same in iTunes and in this script? iTunes have much better (full info) there, but in this script we dont get that
info from script
how to fix that?
Beause COMPOSER is filled with artist.Name!
outputto "COMPOSER" FindLine "\"artistName\":\"" FindInLine "\"artistName\":\"" SayUntil "\", \"" Say "|"
The Information you're looking for is not delivered by iTunes API!!
Hey Guys, great resources here, thanks to all that have contributed...
I tweaked the script to tailor it for my personal use to search for tracks rather then albums as I am working on fixing tags for a large singles collection.
In order to make it work I had to change the [IndexUrl] to search on song entity, but I kept getting no results until I dropped the %copyright% from the index as that is not returned by the API...
So now my initial search result index shows all albums that that track is found on... It works great for me now, except fr I wanted to show the track time to easily spot which version I have is the best match as a lot of versions of mostly dance music have different lengths...
(I did also drop some sort fields for which I personally had no use)
I am asking for help as I am not strong in the "expressions" dept, and I dont have a clue how to fix my script to show the track time in mm:ss instead of the Track Millis the API returns... Everything else works fine for me... if someone has some scripting knowledge to assist that would be great...
I would like this piece of code to show MM:SS instead of the raw API trackTimeMillis:
FindLine "\"trackTimeMillis\":" FindInLine "\"trackTimeMillis\":" SayUntil ", \"" Say "|"
Thanks in Advance...
Here is a copy of my script for anyone to use or tweak if helpful:
iTunes CDN - Track Search.src (5.9 KB)
I'm now back, i don't know what happened but since the recent changes on the forum, i couldn't post anymore, anyway, i'm keeping the script alive on my personal GitHub (search for jonaaa20 over there), anyway, i'm here to report a issue with a album, this also happens with the Stevehero and other tweaked scripts here...
This is what happens:
After some investigation, seems that this is a issue with their API, when you search for this album on the API, instead of showing the song data, i mean, publisher, track numbers etc etc, it shows the album data (album name, artist name and the year) and then the script fails... is there any fix? that's the only problem on the script.
Oh and i've almost forgot, if anyone is interested, that's my latest version posted on my personal GitHub (attached.), feel free to tweak the script
v0.3.1.zip (143.5 KB)
Today, my Mp3Tag source iTunes is displaying the following message:
12002: 12002: The operation timed out
But, my internet connection its ok.
What can it be?
Are you having the same problem?
Just a guess: has your PC performed the switch to daylight savings time correctly?
Yes I'm in Brazil and everything is correct
I'm using Windows XP ... It always worked ... It was about 2 weeks ago that I did not open Mp3Tag ... And today, when I went to scan some songs, this message came.
I'm using the most current version of Mp3Tag.
Did you see this thread about TLS and XP?
Ohhh... I dont see this notice. Well, for u, iTunes source is ok today?
The script is working fine.
Is there a way to search song / album titles based on URL??? For some reasons,
this album won't show up on search...i think it is easier if someone install the URL search too...if anyone can help me, i really appreciate it!
okay i changed the country code part to jp and it works fine:)
iTunes CDN - Track Search JP.src (5.9 KB)
I just got the same problem. I think it might have to do with one track albums...?
No idea, i hope someone find the solution, i tried but no success.