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.Version History / Details
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.Version History / Details
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.Version History / Details
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.Version History / Details
Submitted by das Monkey
Submitted by onenonymous
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.Version History / Details
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 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.Version History / Details