iDate Added 1.5 - Updated 23/01/2008

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Re: iDate Added 1.5 - Updated 23/01/2008

Postby sshaikh » Tue Jun 15, 2010 11:42 am

I used this script to transfer across playcounts, ratings, play date and adddate - All I needed to finally uninstall iTunes. Thanks a lot!
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Re: iDate Added 1.5 - Updated 23/01/2008

Postby pioniergeist » Thu Feb 23, 2012 10:52 am

Hi dear people,
Looking for a flexible portable audio library with a good search I came across MM, which is to replace my old FileMaker sound library.
Now I would like to import my data set (CD, title, description, comments) in MM, to the more than 7,000 Title (noise) does not need to tag again.
FileMaker offers me the opportunity to export my records as the following formats:

Rennie Tab text files (. Tab)
Comma Separated Text files (. Csv)
DBF files (. Dbf)
Serierbriefdateien (. Number)
HTMLTabeIIendateien (. Htm)
FiIeM aker Pro files (. Fp7)
Daeaen XML (XML)
Excel 95 2OO4 revision folders (. Xls)
Excel workbooks [. Xlsx)

What can I import into MM? Emergency on I-Tunes as a sort of import-export "Translator"?
I have already tried the program: "iDateAdded15.mmip" which XML files are imported, but it does not recognize title.
Basically I have a file with 4 columns (CD, title, description, comments) that I have to teach MM. Based on the title name of the MM can detect a match to the imported sound files.
I would really like to use MM. Do you have any tips?
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Re: iDate Added 1.5 - Updated 23/01/2008

Postby lukesed » Fri Feb 08, 2013 4:42 am

I'm getting the error "Invalid procedure call or argument: 'Chr'" from line 226 of the script. This happens halfway through thousands of tracks.
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iDateAdded error

Postby bdb484 » Tue Aug 27, 2013 12:27 am

I keep getting an error ("Invalid procedure call or argument: 'Chr'") after letting iDate run for quite some time.

I've already seen some discussion of the problem elsewhere in the forum (viewtopic.php?f=2&t=24445&start=30#p191984), but the suggested fix of editing C:\Program Files\MediaMonkey\Scripts\iDateAdded.vbs isn't doing me any good because I can't find that file anywhere on my computer.

Am I looking in the right place, or has the file been renamed or moved in the years since that thread?
Last edited by Lowlander on Tue Aug 27, 2013 1:20 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: iDate Added 1.5 - Updated 23/01/2008

Postby trixmoto » Sun Sep 01, 2013 3:29 pm

The script is still called the same, but if it's been installed for the local user only, then it will now be in this location... %appdata%\MediaMonkey\Scripts\
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Re: iDate Added 1.5 - Updated 23/01/2008

Postby Tyko » Mon Sep 23, 2013 4:57 pm

I hate to bring up old issues but I have the most current script and it's having the problem where it processes a handful of tracks but doesn't find them.
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Re: iDate Added 1.5 - Updated 23/01/2008

Postby trixmoto » Sun Sep 29, 2013 4:23 pm

I suspect the XML file has drastically changed in the 5 years since this script was last updated, so this doesn't surprise me. The script is very out of date.
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