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mp3mover.pl

http://mediamover.sf.net
mp3mover.pl is a Perl script which attempts to rename MP3 files so that they conform to a consistent user-defined naming scheme. It inspects every MP3 in a directory and attempts to work out which part of the MP3 is the artist's name, album name, etc. It then renames each MP3 to follow the user's naming scheme, optionally creating a directory structure and writing an id3v1 or id3v2 tag to the MP3 based on the information it obtains. mp3mover.pl was designed to be very flexible and can be highly customized through the use of a large number of command line options and a per user configuration file.


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Download version 2.1.1 (stable)
released on 12 November 2004

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GPLv2Janet Casey12 April 2000



Leaders and contributors

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James Maddison Maintainer


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Bug Tracking,Developer,Support E-mail mailto:tuxjay@users.sourceforge.net


Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Weak prerequisite Perl modules for writing ID3 tags

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 11 July 2005.



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