If CheckCover then SDB.Tools.WebSearch.AlbumArtURL = sCoverURL
If CheckCover then
SDB.Tools.WebSearch.AlbumArtURL = sCoverURL
SDB.Tools.WebSearch.AlbumArtURL = ""
flashk wrote:Other than this small issue, the script is awesome. Thanks!
I think I've got the indexoutofbounds error figured out, as soon as I get a couple of other things working, I'll post an update.booblers wrote:It's hard to say - it always crashes right after that 3rd check and I can't really tell what it's looking up because it goes away very quickly.
This one will be hard to fix. MM does the smart matching, so I'll have to look for a way to over-ride MMs smart matches.booblers wrote:Also - there seems to be an issue when 2 tracks have the exact same name but different track#s - it wants to re-number the track that comes first with the track# for the second one. Sounds confusing but if you check the album: "Andrew Bird - The Mysterious Production of Eggs" you will see what I mean - 2 tracks with the name "[image]" - it wants to number both tracks #12 - instead of #1, #12 as MB lists them.
booblers wrote:And because I realized I hadn't said so yet: this script is awesome
I'll look at adding this. It get's tough though as I'll have to parse for numerous things then make sure the featuring artist(s) weren't already listed as performers. Also, I won't be able to parse "and" or "&" to know if it's 2 artists or one group name that includes the "and" or "&". You'd have to watch for those and manually correct after it tags them. Anyway, I'll look at ways to add this feature.booblers wrote:Also some feature requests: Musicbrainz takes certain information that I and others sometimes put into titles and puts it elsewhere (things like featuring, w/<artist>, etc) - I'm wondering if you can grab that type of information and put it into the "Involved People" tag? Otherwise I just lose it because it gets stripped from the titles without being added back in anywhere - even when MB knows it exists.
Unfortunately MM controls the columns available at the bottom. I'm not aware of any way to add additional columns beyond the standard ones it allows.booblers wrote:The list of available columns to display down at the bottom does not include some of the things that are being written. Year shows up, but the Label does not, for instance. Also lyricist and conductor. If you add related people then that should display as well. I just like to make sure it's not overwriting anything that I'd rather keep and I need to be able to see what's in the tag to do that.
It's MusicBrainz, which from what I can tell is partly (mostly?) based on user-submissions. Try my Yahoo Music Tagger script - it handles multi-disc sets.booblers wrote:And one last thing - I'm not incredibly familiar with MusicBrainz - what I've seen so far looks very good, they default to the ways I like to tag - but I can't tell if they are creating different albums for multi-disc situations? I have several albums with 2+ discs and either the tagger or musicbrainz doesn't seem to handle them well at all, I have to do those by hand...
You're Welcome!booblers wrote:Anyway, thanks for the script.
Script.RegisterEvent SDB, "OnTrackProperties", "SDB_OnTrackProperties"
fenrir wrote:Can this work on multiple files at the same time?
I mean, can this mass tag?
Love the script btw
booblers wrote:Ordinarily with the Amazon tagger if I look up an album and it is clearly the correct album but the automatic matching has failed for some reason - either because the track #s are off or the times are off - I can *manually* match my tracks with the information from Amazon by double clicking the number on the left and inputting my own.
Rock714 wrote:I am trying to install your latest version but I keep getting a "Product installation error" I am running MM 220.127.116.111 on Vista 32bit. I open MM and double click your file, a summary box pops up then when I click install it just fails. Any ideas?
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