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  • paultaylor
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Jaikoz Audio Tagger 2.4.0 released
I've just released Jaikoz v2.4.0 Tagger

This Musicbrainz enabled tagger for mp4,mp3 ogg and flac files is available for Macs, Windows and Linux . This version has the following new features:

Support for fifteen new fields such as Record Label, Catalogue No., and Release Wikipedia/Discogs URL.
Most of the new fields can be automatically populated from MusicBrainz.
Delete Duplicates task
iTunes style Search
Translate Foreign Artists to English
Non Standard Genres Filter
Improved matching algorithm


You get full details of all changes at
http://www.jthink.net/jaikoz/jsp/news/build1045.jsp

and can download it from
http://www.jthink.net/jaikoz/jsp/download/start.jsp

Thanks to all who tested the lastest beta build and gave me feedback

Paul Taylor

  • skamp
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Jaikoz Audio Tagger 2.4.0 released
Reply #1
Looks awesome, unfortunately I can't use it: the bundled genpuid program (for linux) is a 32-bit executable, and I'm running a 64-bit system (i.e. with 64-bit only binaries).
  • Last Edit: 28 April, 2008, 09:22:30 PM by skamp
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Jaikoz Audio Tagger 2.4.0 released
Reply #2
Looks awesome, unfortunately I can't use it: the bundled genpuid program (for linux) is a 32-bit executable, and I'm running a 64-bit system (i.e. with 64-bit only binaries).


Are you saying that you can't run 32-bit binaries or that you don't want to?  If it is an x86_64 AMD platform then there should be no problem.  I'm sure you could make an exception in just the one case.  I don't know that there is a 64-bit version of this binary, perhaps Paul knows?

-mark

  • skamp
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Jaikoz Audio Tagger 2.4.0 released
Reply #3
No, I mean I can't, unless I compile a whole 32-bit support system (base libraries), which is just not worth it given the only thing I really miss is Flash. It's too bad really, because that one element ruins Java's portability (java apps run fine on my 64-bit system, including Jaikoz Audio Tagger).
  • Last Edit: 29 April, 2008, 12:44:03 AM by skamp
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  • paultaylor
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Jaikoz Audio Tagger 2.4.0 released
Reply #4
Thanks for letting me know about this issue - I wasnt aware of it, I have requested a 64 bit version of Genpuid here
http://forums.musicip.com/index.php?showtopic=3477
but cant see it happening any time soon.

I wanted to keep Jaikoz 100% Java, but there was no alternative for genpuid. However loss of this one function whilst fustrating doesnt stop use of Jaikoz completely , or prevent Musicbrainz metamatching.

Paul