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Suggestions / Re: Edit tags in playlist/queue view
« on: November 05, 2011, 21:17:39 »
I know that it is sth like mass-tagging dialog and I'm often using it but if I have to change all titles in a few albums it is not very comfortable.

Adding option to disable this is win-win for persons like me who would like to edit and for persons who are afraid of accidentally change (which never happend to me).

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Suggestions / Edit tags in playlist/queue view
« on: November 02, 2011, 20:05:53 »
I would like to have an option to edit tags of songs in playlist(by clicking on title or artist), like for example mediamonkey or clementine  has. If it is not clear I can make screenshots.

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Suggestions / Odp: Save rating into a file.
« on: November 07, 2010, 00:49:09 »
How should I use it? I cant find this option.

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Suggestions / Odp: Save rating into a file.
« on: September 03, 2010, 15:47:48 »
Is it close to finish this? I can't wait for this! It is the only feature I miss in GMB

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Suggestions / Odp: Re: Save rating into a file.
« on: August 11, 2010, 23:14:45 »

I think I'll start by using a gmb-specific tag (gmb_rating), though if anyone knows of an app that save ratings in a tag in format similar to gmb (0-100), maybe I could use that tag instead of creating my own.

Is it done?

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Questions / Odp: holy cow! how come... (?)
« on: April 30, 2010, 02:52:17 »
you could use some virtualization software to emulate linux(vmware, virtualbox) and connect to it through ssh (with x11 forwarding) with an xming server (x server for windows). you should be able to listen to music without using much resources.

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Questions / Odp: Custom tags.
« on: April 29, 2010, 03:51:06 »
I would like to read tag "rating". Since gmb cant store that info in file I started to using foobar to rate files in a comfortable way. If you add option to read will I be able to edit it?

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Questions / Custom tags.
« on: April 29, 2010, 00:33:52 »
Does the Gmusicbrowser has option to add (or at least read) custom tags?

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Suggestions / Odp: Save rating into a file.
« on: March 06, 2010, 00:05:27 »
I can check what field names and values are using MediaMonkey, Rhythmbox, Exaile, Itunes and foobar.
Imo rating should be from 1 to 255 like in a description of standard. In that case "0" could be the default rating.
About solution to write tags I would prefer 1a) but I think some of users could want to save in a format (for example) of itunes or other player, so we should have a choice.
About other tags it is good idea but (imo) some of them would be useless like sound quality, because most of mp3 are in very good quality.
Maybe something like "description" tag would be better. We could write there if song is acapella, instrumental, slow tempo or fast, on what ocassion it is good to listen.

Edit1.
Itunes tags are: title, artist, album,bpm, comment, composer, date, discnumber(in format x/y), genre, grouping,UNSYNCED LYRICS
VlC tags: title,artist,album,comment,copyright,date,organization,tracknumber
exaile: title, artist, album , discnumber (x/y), genre, tracknumber (x/y).
juk: title,artist,album,comment,date,genre,tracknumber
foobar seems to be reading all possible tags, even those which are not recognized by him. Some of tags are stored as one sparated by ";".
mediamonkey: artist, title, album, date genre, composer,tracknumber, discnumber, comment, band, conductor, content group, copyright, encoding settings, isrc, lyricist, original album, original artist, original release, date, publisher, usynced lyrics, mood.
Quodlibet similar to foobar seems to be reading most of tags but some of them are missing (from mediamonkey).
rhythmbox and DeedBeaf doesnt seem to support tag editing so I cant tell what tags is he reading.

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Suggestions / Save rating into a file.
« on: February 28, 2010, 16:03:00 »
Would be possible that feature? It could be very handy when moving to other player or moving library (We wouldn't loose our ratings).

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