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 (11 years and 7 months 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 (10 years and 3 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.
Last modified: August 5th 2012 (11 years and 6 months ago) - Support forum
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 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.
Last modified: July 28th 2012 (11 years and 6 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 (9 years and 7 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 (15 years and 8 months ago) - Support forum
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 (13 years and 4 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.
Last modified: July 29th 2014 (9 years and 6 months ago) - Support forum