Media Mover 2.1.1

Media Mover is a piece of software which attempts to rename malnamed media files.
Media Mover is a piece of software which attempts to rename malnamed media files so that they conform to a consistent user-defined naming scheme.

INSTALLATION:

To install mp3mover on any unix based system simply run the file install.sh.

USAGE:

To use simply run mp3mover -h to see if there are any command line options you wish to set. Then change to the directory containing the mp3s you wish to sort out and run!

A GUI was added. In order for this to work gui-mp3mover.pm must be in the same directory as mp3mover.pl. If you wish to run mp3mover in the old command-line mode then simply run it with the -p option or with this option in .mp3moverrc.

It shouldn't be too hard to work out. That's the point of GUIs right?

When using the -r option to specify the artist, if the mp3 doesn't contain
an artist, then the artist is inserted, rather than the first undelimited thing
being replaced by the specified artist. However, if the mp3 is fully named
(with artist, album and title ) in this case the artist will be replaced by the artist which you
specify.

The script behaves similary when using the -a option to set the album.

last updated on:
January 7th, 2008, 9:33 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
James Maddison
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Multimedia \ Audio

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