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Hey is there a batch or command prompt, which will let say take file, analyze it to get audioID, correct tag comparing to MusicID, change filename and saves it. Running Jaikoz under java in kde, seems to take lots of resources...it doesnt matter how long it will take for me, if it will go one by one and you can see the result

you wrote that best approach is to do 5000 songs per session, how do you load a limited amount of songs to jaikoz and how you will exclude those already repaired?

Thanks great program, just bought it.
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Anonymous wrote:
Hey is there a batch or command prompt, which will let say take file, analyze it to get audioID, correct tag comparing to MusicID, change filename and saves it. Running Jaikoz under java in kde, seems to take lots of resources...it doesnt matter how long it will take for me, if it will go one by one and you can see the result
 

There is no commandline program to do this, however you can do everything except the save automatically using the Autocorrecter.
Configure the Autocorrecter
Run it, leave it alone
When it s finished do a quick check and then Save changes

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you wrote that best approach is to do 5000 songs per session, how do you load a limited amount of songs to jaikoz and how you will exclude those already repaired?
 

Well you can select folders to add using the Open Folder and the Add Folder options, there is no need to load all records - in fact I wouldnt reommend it. That said I am going to provide a file tree browser in the future to make it easier to select what you want. All the tasks can be performed against all records, or by right clicking on the row header only selected records.

Get AcousticId will skip tracks that already have an audio id
If you go to 'Action Settings/MusicBrainz Settings/Match' and enable 'Do not match online if already have a Musicbrainz Match' Tag from MusicBrainz will skip tracks that already have a MusicBrainz Id.

Most of the task that are performed locally work by comparing records with each other so the taks will always be peformaed against all/selected records.
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I looked at the settings for Autocorrecter. I haven't used it much so I'm not familar with the autocorrecter, but it seems that a majority of the options are the local corrections. I can't find a task in the Autocorrecter settings for Retrieve AcousticID. And, since I base all my corrections off of that I don't use the Autocorrecter.
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I can't find a task in the Autocorrecter settings for Retrieve AcousticID. 

The task in the lhs panel is Retrieve Acoustic Ids,(its not enabled by default so you need to copy it from the left panel to the right panel)
 
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