Live Show Tagger 0.7I have updated the component for foobar2000 1.0. This includes updates to the preferences page, the context menu commands and the tagging routines to integrate with newer APIs. If you encounter any problems, please report them here. If they are related to a specific show and that show is available publicly on a site like the Live Music Archive, a link to the show would be most welcome.Download from my site or the official foobar2000 components site.
'Revert' is always grayed out, should it work?
Can I upload the track names without altering any of the other information (I have band names and 'Album' names set up already as I want that will not match the info in the txt files)?
Can I not have the disc # show in track # (currently it shows 1/01 for disc one, track one - would like just 01)?
Quote from: fphredd on 03 April, 2010, 05:28:45 PM'Revert' is always grayed out, should it work?The revert function was never implemented.Quote from: fphredd on 03 April, 2010, 05:28:45 PMCan I upload the track names without altering any of the other information (I have band names and 'Album' names set up already as I want that will not match the info in the txt files)?The component always sets all fields. If you want to preserve some of the old values, you have to use a work-around. Open a properties window in foobar2000 for the album before applying the new values in foobar2000. Then open another properties window. You can then use copy&paste to transfer the values you want to keep.Quote from: fphredd on 03 April, 2010, 05:28:45 PMCan I not have the disc # show in track # (currently it shows 1/01 for disc one, track one - would like just 01)?Show where - in the playlist view?
I recently updated to the new 0.7.1. The problem reported in postings #126 and 127 remains: Live Show Tagger appears to process the correct information but it retags all songs the same as the first one. I might was well do everything manually instead. Any ideas?Using Windows 7, 32 bit.
I've just discovered this wonderful little addon for foobar.Unfortunately, I too find that all tracks are tagged as the first track :-(XP Pro/SP2 / foobar2000 1.1 / Live Show Tagger 0.7.1 / Masstagger 1.8.4
Is the directory with your Shorten files writeable? That's were foo_input_shorten will create the .tag files.
The Derek Trucks Band12-31-03The Visulite Theater, Charlotte, NCDisc 11. New Year's Soul Stew2. Everything is Everything3. Sahib Teri Basi>Nusrat Jam4. Time Will Heal5. Willisee-> Angola6. For My Brother7. Vol. SlaveryDisc 2Second Set:1. Countdown2. Preachin' Blues3. Hey Driver, What City?4. Isis5. I Wish I Knew6. Leavin' Trunk7. Feel So Bad8. Freddie's Dead9. You Don't Love Me>Soul Serenade>10. Rastaman Chant>11. Joyful Noise12. 7/4 (Lonely Avenger)13. Gonna Move*
You can place the text file in the same directory as the audio files in which case it should be detected automatically by the Live Show Tagger. If you load the text file manually you need to right click the tracks in the Live Show Tagger window and use the "Assign text file" submenu. Note that you an select all tracks to re-assign them together.