This script allows you to batch rename artists "Firstname Lastname" to "Lastname, Firstname". This of course works with middlenames: "Firstname Middlename Lastname" -> "Lastname, Firstname Middlename".
It allows you to list three kinds of exception, whole artists, prefixes and postfixes.
The reverse is also possible by changing the mode variable, although this ignores the prefixes and postfixes.
Last modified: August 17th 2008 (11 years and 11 months ago) - Support forum
This script creates a single HTML document listing all your artists, click to view their albums, click to view an albums tracks. Track and album display customisable with masks - includes album artwork!
Also allows you to copy all local images to a folder, and create a separate page for each artist and album. This means making an online catalogue of your music has never been easier!
There is an options pane which allows you to customise the output completely and remembers your previous settings!
Last modified: June 24th 2014 (6 years and 1 month ago) - Support forum
This script runs many processes which allow you to tag your tracks with current artwork in batches. A confirmation screen is always shown before any changes are made, which has checkboxes to allow you to chose which tracks are updated.
The processes are:
01. Extract artwork (copy from tag to mask) 02. Embed artwork (copy from mask to tag) 03. Remove artwork (delete from tag) 04. Extract artwork and resize external image 05. Remove artwork not matching storage 06. Remove artwork not matching size 07. Remove artwork which is invalid 08. Remove artwork except first image 09. Assign a front cover image 10. Set artwork description of images 11. Embed artwork (convert link to tag) 12. Rename linked artwork to folder.jpg 13. Rename linked artwork to mask 14. Edit images one by one (no confirmation) 15. Remove artwork not matching cover type 16. Make front cover the first image
Last modified: October 27th 2013 (6 years and 9 months ago) - Support forum
This script processes all of the selected tracks and looks up the popularity ranking, playcount or number of listeners, based on the artist top tracks data from Last.Fm. You can select any field to store this data in and specify a prefix if using a string field.
Last modified: August 18th 2012 (7 years and 11 months ago) - Support forum
This script can be selected as the AutoDJ source and it will fill the Now Playing list as specified in your options.
This script allows the user to set a minimum number of tracks per album, and the average rating of the songs on the album. You can also set the minimum rating per track. It all helps you get the best ones! The script remembers which albums it has previously selected and doesnt play them again (memory capacity set by user).
This script selects tracks based on the BPM (Beats Per Minute). Once installed the option "Auto Beats DJ" will appear in the dropdown of sources in the Auto DJ options sheet. Selecting this as the source will allow you to choose a filter and the tolerance.
Please note that you should only run this script if you have tracks where the BPM has been calculated. If you do not have any (in the filter selected) then this will cause Auto DJ to cease functioning.
This script allows you to export your autoplaylist criteria into a separate database, which allows you to backup your criteria. However, you cannot import these criteria into another database as the IDs will not match.
Last modified: October 18th 2010 (9 years and 9 months ago) - Support forum
This is the long awaited batch version of my Google Art Finder script. It checks all your albums, lists all with no art and queries google for the images. When you got all you want hit the save button and all your tracks will be updated.
There is also an option to include your non-album tracks in the batch. I recommend using the maximum batch size option to avoid slow performance. The next button can then be used to quickly start the next batch.
Last modified: July 3rd 2012 (8 years and 1 month ago) - Support forum
This script, as requested, creates an M3U playlist for each album in your library. If you have tracks selected when you run the script then there is the option to limit the batch to just those albums. The playlists are saved in the album folder (same as folder as the first track in the album) unless you specify a playlist directory.
Last modified: September 23rd 2012 (7 years and 10 months ago) - Support forum
This script creates a new node in the tree which allows you to store unlimited bookmarks. The current track and position are stored and can they be restarted at any point. If the track is in the Now Playing list it will be used, otherwise it will be added to the end when you play it. You can right click on the bookmark node to rename or remove the bookmark.
Last modified: April 20th 2010 (10 years and 3 months ago) - Support forum
This script calculates the cover size (width multiplied by height) for all the selected tracks and stores the value in the custom field of your choice. You can choose to calculate average/maximum/minimum/first/total/count/diskspace.
In order for you to be able to sort in MM (which is alphabetical) you need to add leading zeros, which you can specify on the confirmation screen that is presented.
Last modified: October 22nd 2012 (7 years and 9 months ago) - Support forum
This script clears out a single field (as specified by the user) for all the selected tracks. This field name must be the SongData property values which can be found in the scripting helpfile - these normally match the column headings. This script is useful when clearing out a field for a large number of tracks as it works in the background.
Clears the Now Playing list on startup if it contains more than a set limit (default is 100). This reduces the processor drain on startup which some users have experienced. It allows the option of... a) Clearing list b) Removing those before currently playing [warning: only suitable if shuffle is off] c) Reducing list to limit. d) Removing those before currently playing and then reducing list to limit.
Last modified: July 9th 2012 (8 years and 1 month ago) - Support forum
Once this script is installed, any track with a corresponding CUE sheet will show a dockable panel listing the tracks within. Simply click the tracks button to skip straight to it.
The many features include: warning for invalid commands, relative (no path) filenames are accepted, file matching is not case sensitive, highlight currently playing track, allow user definition of colours, display album artist and title in titlebar and start time and/or headers hidden (can be shown with variables).
It will also move/copy a cue sheet that is associated with an mp3, when that mp3 is moved. Along with moving/copying the cuesheet, the FILE command will also be updated.
This script is designed to loop through all the selected tracks and find a matching cuesheet (same filename with .cue on the end or instead of the track extension). It will then try and extract the album and artist details from this cuesheet.
Last modified: March 10th 2010 (10 years and 5 months ago) - Support forum
This script allows the user to define their own reports. First choose the format and filename of the report. Then add columns and order them as you please. You can define the column headings and also format the data as you please. See the thread for details on the format field.
Firstly select a Location or My Computer node that you want to split into CD sized folders. Then select the script from the Tools menu and it will ask you to select the mode and size limit (song length in minutes or file length in megabytes). When you click "Ok" it will move the files into folders of the correct size.
Last modified: January 22nd 2008 (12 years and 6 months ago) - Support forum
This report is similar to the "Other Albums" panel on the MonkeyRok script, but works in batch. It queries Last.Fm and builds a list of all the albums by the artists you have selected, which you do not already have.
Last modified: February 17th 2011 (9 years and 5 months ago) - Support forum
This script is designed to help locate and remove duplicate tracks. For more information about how this is done please refer to the support forum. There is also the option to merge duplicate track data with the kept track.
This script is now developed by 'Skywave'
Last modified: June 1st 2008 (12 years and 2 months ago) - Support forum
Checks all selected tracks for artists that do not have The in front but should (ie. The Beatles) and adds the prefix. User definable list allows for international artists. Finds mismatches in your library and shows a confirmation box before affecting your database.
Last modified: May 8th 2007 (13 years and 3 months ago) - Support forum
This script creates a node under Files To Edit called Find Protected. This node is populated with all the tracks which have DRM protection.
To populate this node you need to run the report with the same name. It will take several minutes to populate, depending on the size of your library - which is why it is run in the background.
Last modified: November 29th 2007 (12 years and 8 months ago) - Support forum
This script allows you to select one of your synchronised devices and then checks all your synchronised tracks to see if any artist+title combination appears more than once. It then displays a report showing all the albums, grouped by artist, with the duplicate tracks highlighted.
Last modified: May 27th 2008 (12 years and 2 months ago) - Support forum
Checks the entered playlist for duplicate tracks and removes them. If you wish to confirm each item to be removed, you need to have the confirmation option ticked in MM.
Allows user to select how they want duplicates detected (track ID, artist & title, last played, file path or artist). Starts with the selected playlist and allows the option of automatically recursing through child playlists.
A warning is shown if the playlist is not found, and also allows you to check the Now Playing list!
Last modified: February 8th 2011 (9 years and 6 months ago) - Support forum
This script is powered by www.last.fm - it processes the selected tracks and gets the genre. If the genre cannot be found for the track then the artists genre is used instead. There are options to specify a white or black list to improve results.
This script now handles multiple fields similtaneously, and can work in track, artist or album mode.
This script reads an XML database file export from iTunes and updates tracks in MM with the iTunes Date Added value. There is also an option to create tracks which are not currently in MM but are in the XML file, but by default this is not done.
Last modified: January 23rd 2008 (12 years and 6 months ago) - Support forum
Once this script is installed, any track with LRC (timestamped) lyrics in the lyrics field will start displaying these lyrics, in time, in a MediaMonkey progress bar. Allows you to change track position and lyrics will resync.
Has advanced timestamp handling and automatically switches off if you are using Lyric Timer.
This script reads the lyrics tag for the playing song and allows you to easily add basic timestamps. It highlights the currently playing line to make it easy to see progress so far and adjust times accordingly.
Displays in a dockable panel which updates with the currently playing track. Loop feature included to ease perfecting timestamps.
Is now a full editor with options to add, edit and delete the lyric lines as well. Lyrics are also imported from EvilLyrics automatically.
This script was originally created by oldskool73. It is a context panel much like the one which Amarok has. It shows song details, album details, and related albums and tracks by the artist. It now features an album art window and many customisable features, including different skins...
This script allows you to define a list of filetypes which are "buddy" files. This means a file which has the same name as, and is in the same folder as, a music track, but has a different extension. This script will move/copy these "buddy" files when you move/copy/auto-organise your files within MM. The default list contains just the "asd" extension.
Last modified: January 10th 2010 (10 years and 7 months ago) - Support forum
This is a new script which provides integration with an MP3 Tunes locker account, allowing you to listen to tracks in your locker directly within MediaMonkey. You can also you it to upload tracks to your locker, and delete tracks already in there.
Last modified: March 11th 2011 (9 years and 5 months ago) - Support forum
This script uses the MusicIP system to acoustically analyse each track to create a PUID and then querys the MusicIP database to retrieve title, artist, release year and genre. This script will therefore process any number of tracks from any album, which makes it different from other search scripts.
When the player state changes (play, stop, ...) this script creates a data file and uploads it to a specified FTP host. This file can then be included in a PHP page on your website. There is also the option to upload the album artwork.
Last modified: January 9th 2010 (10 years and 7 months ago) - Support forum
When you run the script you will be asked to select a playlist and then enter details of your FTP server. All the tracks in the playlist will then be uploaded one at a time, with a progress bar. The progress bar does not upload during the track upload, only between each track, so please be patient.
Last modified: February 8th 2011 (9 years and 6 months ago) - Support forum
This script is designed to stop your monitor from automatically switching off according to your power plan whilst MM is playing. This is useful if you want to run a visualisation that should always be visible whilst playing, or if you have speakers built into your monitor.
Once installed, when you start playing a track you will get confirmation in a progress bar to say that the current monitor timeout has been set to "never". When playback stops (for any reason, including shutdown) the previous value will be restored, which is also confirmed in a progress bar (no confirmation on shutdown).
Last modified: August 19th 2010 (9 years and 11 months ago) - Support forum
This script is designed to process all the selected tracks in the background, looping through them and generating the PUID. You will be asked to enter a field name which is one of the SongData properties. You will then get a confirmation screen before processing begins.
Just a warning, this takes around 10 seconds per track, so don`t select too many unless you`ve got plenty of time to spare!
This script creates a menu item which appears when right clicking on a playlist. It gives you the option to randomise this playlist. There is also the option to automatically randomise playlists when selecting them in the tree.
Last modified: October 20th 2010 (9 years and 9 months ago) - Support forum
This script allows you to import M3U files even if the filenames in the playlist do not appear in your database. It uses a progressive searching method to try and find the same track even if it has been reorganised.
Now if a track cannot be selected a screen is shown with the possible candidates for the user to select one. Also a text file can be imported with strings, though this is generally less effective.
Last modified: October 25th 2010 (9 years and 9 months ago) - Support forum
This script can be used to remove prefixes and suffixes. First select the tracks you want to fix, then run the script from the menu. You are presented with a screen where you can specify the prefixes and suffixes you wish to be removed. Next you will be presented with a confirmation screen showing the changes that will be made - clicking Ok will apply the changes.
Last modified: January 26th 2008 (12 years and 6 months ago) - Support forum
This script loops through the artists of all the selected (or visible) tracks. For each one it creates a playlist and fills it with tracks from related artists, found by querying Last.Fm. Don`t forget to play with the settings as there are some limits in there to stop massive playlists being created.
Last modified: October 26th 2013 (6 years and 9 months ago) - Support forum
This script, as requested, will allow you to select one of the active devices, and trigger the automatic synchronisation process manually. If you know the device ID and always want to synchronise this device, then you can modify the script to hard code the ID and avoid the device selection popup.
You need to be on MM build 1628 at least for this to work.
Last modified: September 1st 2013 (6 years and 11 months ago) - Support forum
This script creates a new panel which displays a tag cloud based on the selected field. Use the "View" menu to show/hide this panel and click the pen icon to edit the options. Clicking on the tag will attempt to browse to the appropriate node, if applicable. There is also an option which provides similar functionality to that of the Last.Fm Boffin.
Last modified: April 27th 2010 (10 years and 3 months ago) - Support forum
This script imports tags listed in a textfile. The textfile must have the same name as the track it refers to, but with an extension of 'txt'. The tags should be one per line in the format 'Field=Value'. For multiline tags the next line should just be the next line of text.
Last modified: February 27th 2007 (13 years and 5 months ago) - Support forum
This script was based HUGELY on MoDementia's 'NeedsAutoOrganise' script, but now I've written my own parsing algorithm.
The obvious difference is that my version works similar to my other node scripts in the sense that there is a report which runs in the background to populate the list. This is because it works for the whole library and therefore takes more time.
Now this script checks the full path of the mask, and creates a logfile when files do not match.
Last modified: October 30th 2009 (10 years and 9 months ago) - Support forum