« on: April 09, 2022, 11:15:20 PM »
I use MP3TAG. I tried AudioTester64.exe but it seemed to struggle with batch jobs. It would be a great one to have available though.
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Actually not specifically looking for copyright but instead the label/organisation. The reason I included the term is because iTunes doesn't write label/publisher/organization only copyright. It includes the publisher as well as the copyright information, sort of extended version of label/organization.
I'm looking for a tagging application which scraps iTunes for tags, yet to find one. I like their format, full release date instead of just year, Release Type (for sorting) etc etc
I tried kid3 with MusicBrainz and it doesn't appear to write the composer tag. Deezer API also writes composer, author tags, haven't found any application scrapping Deezer, Qobuz, Spotify either.
I'll give Picard a go.
I am guessing the intended purpose is to be able to quickly open booklets of releases?
If so, more often those will not be pdf's but image files containing scanned pages.
Or there can be several pdf's, or a mixture of pdf's and jpg's.
So I am not sure if a solution should be restricted to the pdf filetype.
Perhaps a shortcut to open a folder named 'booklet' (or something) if present and residing in the same folder as the music files would work better?
+1, I have a growing number of PDFs associated with my library
I also merged the half dozen or so other topics to this effect.