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  • Dani82
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Re: foo_discogs
Reply #2525
Hi,
I've this kind of problem:



How i can properly write the first and last track information?

This is the release:
https://www.discogs.com/it/Dream-Theater-Dream-Theater/release/4927958

Thx!  :)


  • Dani82
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Re: foo_discogs
Reply #2526
Another question: is it possible not update the track title and at the same time keep the match with the discogs release (ex: in my title track i've the name and a description "(Live in......)" but this part is not in discogs release)?

  • alec.tron
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Re: foo_discogs
Reply #2527
Probably interesting for zoomorph:
Discogs switched their new Tracks content (tracks/composition/recording relative data) on as a public beta on the main server (no idea if there is any API functionality for this yet...):
https://www.discogs.com/forum/thread/747050

Might be worth keeping an eye on as the plan seems to be to push this into the main discogs site functionality within the next few months ;)

Churs.
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  • Last Edit: 05 December, 2017, 08:36:20 PM by alec.tron

  • fuffi
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Re: foo_discogs
Reply #2528
Another question: is it possible not update the track title and at the same time keep the match with the discogs release
You should experiment with the "Write / Update" option in the "Edit tag mappings" config window.


Also take a look here.

How i can properly write the first and last track information?
experiment with the "move up/down" and "remove" buttons in the "Match Tracks" window, as well as check the "parse hidden tracks" option in the configuration of this fine component. you'll find it in the tab "caching", which seems a little bit odd, if you not exactly know, what you're looking for :-)


  • Last Edit: 06 December, 2017, 05:28:44 AM by fuffi