musicmann wrote:Am not really sure how this thing works.. but was wondering what if the path of the files changed? Would it be able to update it correctly? how about if the format changed from mp3 to flac?
musicmann wrote:will definitely back up my files using this too.. as a 2nd failsafe..
wutzin wrote:I absolutely love this script!!! No more worrying about losing data if you screw up your library. Simply start from scratch, rescan all your folders and then let this beast import all your ratings, playcounts, playlists, dateAdded to your sparkling-new library.
Works perfectly for me and saves me a LOT of trouble (somehow I manage to corrupt my library pretty regularly..)
debu wrote:I've installed your script and get the following messages after selecting the old database and clicking restore:
Do you have any idea what these messages are about?
Lowlander wrote:Do you need the checksums or can it sync play count based on file path?
Lowlander wrote:Also can it sync playcounts both ways?
Lowlander wrote:How does it handle when files aren't in one of the databases (I don't want them added)?
I clearly missed it.ZvezdanD wrote:You, my friend, are not reading description section from the first post nor the previous posts from this same page?
No, I don't want it to add tracks that weren't in the database.ZvezdanD wrote:Are you suggesting that I should add an option to import tracks from the backup DB file that are not contained in the current database file?
Lowlander wrote:If you run this script twice does it add play counts twice or does it also see if the played date already exists and thus skip it?
Lowlander wrote:I did get 4 MediaMonkey error messages popping up on 3 occasions while running the script.
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