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Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by crap_inhuman » Sun Jun 17, 2018 10:17 pm

liquid_dreams wrote:
Sun Jun 17, 2018 6:49 am
I cannot seem to get this script to work.

A window pops up to say I must authorise my Discogs account but no other window to actually log in. Can anyone help with this? Is there a way to manually verify, maybe by creating an ini file?

Thanks in advance

K
Hi, please take a look at the pdf file i create. you can find it in the first post of this thread.

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.60 (Updated: 2018-06-17)

by crap_inhuman » Sun Jun 17, 2018 2:00 pm

I just released a new version V5.60

- Added new option to store the name of grouped tracks into the grouping tag
- Added changeable separator for sub-tracks

happy tagging :wink:

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by liquid_dreams » Sun Jun 17, 2018 6:49 am

I cannot seem to get this script to work.

A window pops up to say I must authorise my Discogs account but no other window to actually log in. Can anyone help with this? Is there a way to manually verify, maybe by creating an ini file?

Thanks in advance

K

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by crap_inhuman » Fri Jun 15, 2018 2:46 am

tfonias74 wrote:
Fri Jun 15, 2018 12:01 am
Hi,

I want to help the program match songs from the web. When I have a compilation (2,3,4 CDs) the program fails to match the songs. Disc and track numbers are correct (on my tracks) but I cannot find a way to force the program to simply follow them and just rename the tracks as found on the online entry.
I have a case with 86 tracks on 4 discs and it only matches the ones that the titles are almost similar. Is there a way to take disc & track number for granted and just rename titles and other info?

Thanks for a great tool!
Hi,

MM always try to match the tracks with artist and title. If your tracks has no artist and title this will be almost impossible. But for this you should try Discogs Batch Tagger. This program use the disc and track numbers to sort the tracks. I would be happy, if you try it and write me your opinion.

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by tfonias74 » Fri Jun 15, 2018 12:01 am

Hi,

I want to help the program match songs from the web. When I have a compilation (2,3,4 CDs) the program fails to match the songs. Disc and track numbers are correct (on my tracks) but I cannot find a way to force the program to simply follow them and just rename the tracks as found on the online entry.
I have a case with 86 tracks on 4 discs and it only matches the ones that the titles are almost similar. Is there a way to take disc & track number for granted and just rename titles and other info?

Thanks for a great tool!

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by crap_inhuman » Mon Jun 11, 2018 5:01 pm

DJSamhein wrote:
Mon Jun 11, 2018 5:17 am
crap_inhuman wrote:
Fri Jun 08, 2018 6:26 am
Hi DJSamhein !

That's a big problem at Discogs. Some time ago Discogs use 1.1 and 1-1 as Subtracks, but didn't mark them as Subtracks. So the Tagger mostly didn't know what to do. Now the subtracks are marked, but not at all.
I add the feature you request some time ago. Start the Discogs Tagger and use the Tagging Options Button. There you find 2 options for the subtracks problem:
"No Sub-Track detection" and "Other Sub-Track Naming". Move the Mouse over the checkbox, so you will see examples, what the options do (or not do).

If you enable the "Other Sub-Track Naming", then the Tagger try to create "Track 1, Track 2"

Please give me a feedback if this would help you!
I never knew what those actually did. The second option is pretty much what I want, I just wish we had an option to chose the track divider chars. It uses ", " all the time, but I would want to use " / " most of the time. Although a few times it might change.
The best option, to me, would be a new option just below that one where we can input our track separator, which would be saved in options. This would allow us to use the default we choose but, if required, change it for an album and not have too much trouble or having to save it.
i will add an option to change the Separator right below the "Other Sub-Track Naming" option. :wink:

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by DJSamhein » Mon Jun 11, 2018 5:17 am

crap_inhuman wrote:
Fri Jun 08, 2018 6:26 am
Hi DJSamhein !

That's a big problem at Discogs. Some time ago Discogs use 1.1 and 1-1 as Subtracks, but didn't mark them as Subtracks. So the Tagger mostly didn't know what to do. Now the subtracks are marked, but not at all.
I add the feature you request some time ago. Start the Discogs Tagger and use the Tagging Options Button. There you find 2 options for the subtracks problem:
"No Sub-Track detection" and "Other Sub-Track Naming". Move the Mouse over the checkbox, so you will see examples, what the options do (or not do).

If you enable the "Other Sub-Track Naming", then the Tagger try to create "Track 1, Track 2"

Please give me a feedback if this would help you!
I never knew what those actually did. The second option is pretty much what I want, I just wish we had an option to chose the track divider chars. It uses ", " all the time, but I would want to use " / " most of the time. Although a few times it might change.
The best option, to me, would be a new option just below that one where we can input our track separator, which would be saved in options. This would allow us to use the default we choose but, if required, change it for an album and not have too much trouble or having to save it.

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by crap_inhuman » Fri Jun 08, 2018 11:31 pm

BlueAlps wrote:
Wed May 16, 2018 8:18 am
Thanks for all your work on this.

I have a couple of feature requests. When matching tracks in the library to the Discogs track name would it be possible to ignore parentheses? E.g. I've got a track named "Nappy Head" in my library and the tagger didn't match it to the track "Nappy Head (Theme from "Ghetto Man")" in the Discogs database.

Also, would it be possible to use the "Grouping" tag where appropriate? Like here, where the tracks are grouped into sonatas. Or, like here, where the they're grouped into "The Death Side" and "The Life Side".
I added the grouping feature in the next version. For your first request i have a question: At which point the Tagger didn't match this track? In the table at the bottom of the Tagger?

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by crap_inhuman » Fri Jun 08, 2018 6:26 am

DJSamhein wrote:
Fri Jun 08, 2018 4:30 am
Hi, I would like to request a new feature.
In many, many cases, discogs "splits" tracks (for example: r4358059) into 6.1 and 6.2. The tagger ignores these tracks and concatenates the names into the previous one (track 5).
Obviously, in many cases this isn't desirable. In this case, the release I have the individual tracks. In some cases, there isn't a release that exactly matches our mp3s, so can we have an option to tag individual files and not concatenate them.

In the example provided, it's even worse because, instead of concatenating the files and tagging the track 6, it's concatenating track 6 into track 5.

EDIT: Some sort of control for the ones that really are split into a single file would also be nice. When you have 2 tracks (especially on track 1) called Track1 and Track2, it will try to create "Track1 (Track1, Track2)". In the cases where this happens, I would like to control the output, so it can resolve into "Track1 / Track2", if possible.
Hi DJSamhein !

That's a big problem at Discogs. Some time ago Discogs use 1.1 and 1-1 as Subtracks, but didn't mark them as Subtracks. So the Tagger mostly didn't know what to do. Now the subtracks are marked, but not at all.
I add the feature you request some time ago. Start the Discogs Tagger and use the Tagging Options Button. There you find 2 options for the subtracks problem:
"No Sub-Track detection" and "Other Sub-Track Naming". Move the Mouse over the checkbox, so you will see examples, what the options do (or not do).

If you enable the "Other Sub-Track Naming", then the Tagger try to create "Track 1, Track 2"

Please give me a feedback if this would help you!

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by DJSamhein » Fri Jun 08, 2018 4:30 am

Hi, I would like to request a new feature.
In many, many cases, discogs "splits" tracks (for example: r4358059) into 6.1 and 6.2. The tagger ignores these tracks and concatenates the names into the previous one (track 5).
Obviously, in many cases this isn't desirable. In this case, the release I have the individual tracks. In some cases, there isn't a release that exactly matches our mp3s, so can we have an option to tag individual files and not concatenate them.

In the example provided, it's even worse because, instead of concatenating the files and tagging the track 6, it's concatenating track 6 into track 5.

EDIT: Some sort of control for the ones that really are split into a single file would also be nice. When you have 2 tracks (especially on track 1) called Track1 and Track2, it will try to create "Track1 (Track1, Track2)". In the cases where this happens, I would like to control the output, so it can resolve into "Track1 / Track2", if possible.

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by crap_inhuman » Tue May 29, 2018 11:39 am

pacman78 wrote:
Tue May 29, 2018 10:33 am
Found it. My VPN was the problem. It kept me from visiting your site. Switched it off and on, and now everything is working again. Thanks, and keep up the good work. Great add-on! Love it.
Cool, thank you for your post !

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by pacman78 » Tue May 29, 2018 10:33 am

Found it. My VPN was the problem. It kept me from visiting your site. Switched it off and on, and now everything is working again. Thanks, and keep up the good work. Great add-on! Love it.

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by crap_inhuman » Tue May 29, 2018 9:56 am

pacman78 wrote:
Tue May 29, 2018 7:11 am
I'm having troubles with the tagger add-on lately. Been using it for years, but the last couple of days, it fails.

I use version 5.59 (have also tried downgrading to previous versions) of your add-on installed, on the latest MM (4.1.20), on W10 (Home, 1803, build 17134.81)

I get this error
Error -2147012894 - msxml6.dll, a time out in
\AppData\Roaming\MediamMonkey\Scripts\DiscogsWebTag.vbs, Line 6141, column 3

a common error in the past, which usually means I just have to install a new version of the tagger. That's also what MM tells me now and again when I try to tag files: "There's a new version".

But when I go to extensions, and look for updates, none are found.

I tried looking at your site, but it seems your germanc64.de domain is down. Could that be the cause of this recent hiccup?
Hi,

i don't want to be rude, but you are sure your internet connection was okay in the moment you try to tag an album? If not, i hope my homepage wasn't down for a moment. I just tested the germanc64.de domain, it works (again). Please first try to tag. Cause 5.59 is the latest version.
If you still have problems, please write again!

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by pacman78 » Tue May 29, 2018 7:11 am

I'm having troubles with the tagger add-on lately. Been using it for years, but the last couple of days, it fails.

I use version 5.59 (have also tried downgrading to previous versions) of your add-on installed, on the latest MM (4.1.20), on W10 (Home, 1803, build 17134.81)

I get this error
Error -2147012894 - msxml6.dll, a time out in
\AppData\Roaming\MediamMonkey\Scripts\DiscogsWebTag.vbs, Line 6141, column 3

a common error in the past, which usually means I just have to install a new version of the tagger. That's also what MM tells me now and again when I try to tag files: "There's a new version".

But when I go to extensions, and look for updates, none are found.

I tried looking at your site, but it seems your germanc64.de domain is down. Could that be the cause of this recent hiccup?

Re: Discogs Tagger 5.59 (Updated: 2018-04-04)

by DJSamhein » Tue May 29, 2018 4:03 am

Seria17hri11er wrote:
Mon May 28, 2018 11:52 pm
I set it to so that I have full control of the install file. I also set Media Monkey to run as admin. I set the Media Monkey Folder to full read/write rights.
...
I also tried creating the following folders inside of MediaMonkey/Scripts/ folder:
While there is a Program Files (x86)/MediaMonkey/Scripts folder, that is not where the MM script is installed. It is installed in %AppData%\MediaMonkey\Scripts. Try giving your user security permissions over that folder.

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