Tag Info

Hot answers tagged

1

In Banshee you can create a smart playlist which contains all the music in your library (for example with the condition: file size more than 0 bytes) then right click on the playlist, choose export playlist, and you can save the playlist in .m3u format.


1

See: /home/YOUR USERNAME/.config/banshee/ -> There you'll find the database all titles are saved in (included ratings, etc). It's recommended to save the whole dir, because there are plugins/settings as well.


1

Unfortunately, the application has to support the media keys, there's no way I'm aware of for the end-user to remap them. I don't think Banshee supports media keys in OS X. There is an add-on for Songbird that gives that application on Apple media key support, if you're interested in exploring other playback options. EDIT: Another option I just thought of ...


1

Problem solved. All I needed to do was creating a file on the players root dir and call it .is_audio_player and put the following lines into it: audio_folders=Music/ output_formats=audio/ogg,audio/x-ms-wma,audio/mpeg,audio/wav,audio/x-flac,audio/mp3 cover_art_file_type=jpeg cover_art_file_name=cover.jpg The files are transfered as usual and the cover.jpg ...


1

This is not easy. But I hope this helps. Save the script in a file and use chmod +x to make the file executable. Use ./filename to execute. Be aware that before executing you need to specify in which folder you want to search. The script will go trough all subdirectories. The script is provided as is. So test it and make a backup before, but it should ...


1

You can use id3v2. If it is not there install it.. apt-get install id3v2 Try this find . | grep .mp3$ > /tmp/flist while read line do dir=${line%/*} file=${line##*/} folder=${dir##*/} id3v2 --album "$folder" "$file" done < /tmp/flist



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible