Mediags, UberFLAC v0.9.0

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Downloads: 94
Change Set: 5accd243a9e1
Released: Oct 2, 2015
Updated: Oct 2, 2015 by Nongorilla
Dev status: Beta Help Icon

Downloads

Application mediags.exe
application, 90K, uploaded Sep 30, 2015 - 24 downloads
Application uberflac.exe
application, 88K, uploaded Sep 30, 2015 - 26 downloads
Application FormatDomain.dll
application, 187K, uploaded Sep 30, 2015 - 24 downloads
Source Code Mediags-Source-v0.9.0.7z
source code, 225K, uploaded Sep 30, 2015 - 20 downloads

Release Notes

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UberFLAC v0.9.0 changes
  • New switch /autoname[:<strategy>] to rename files based on tag values
  • Renamed /ubertags to /strict
  • Fixed extra white space giving errors (should never force error)
  • Identify ID3 tagged tracks
  • Many robustness & diagnostic improvements
Overview

Autonaming is now available with the switch /autoname[:<strategy>]. At this time only the default file naming strategy (ArtistTitle) is implemented. Here is a simple example:
uberflac /sig:CHECK1 /autoname t:\flacEditDir

If /autoname is not specified, no changes will be made to existing FLAC names, album segments or directory names and manual changes to file names will be recognized as before. Here is the layout of NamingStrategy.ArtistTitle:

Album segment / directory name:
<artist> - <date> - <albumTitle>

Track:
<trackNumber> - <artist> - <title>.flac


Installation

Download either mediags.exe or uberflac.exe. Either one will require the support library FormatDomain.dll so download it too. The uberflac.exe program requires the program flac.exe to be in your path. If the /rg switch is used, metaflac.exe is required too. Extract them from flac-1.3.1-win.zip downloaded from here:

http://downloads.xiph.org/releases/flac/

There is no installer, just copy the above files to a directory in your path. Execute from the command line. Use the switch /help to view syntax.

You may also create a desktop shortcut to mediags.exe or uberflac.exe and add the /k switch to the target in the shortcut properties dialog. Then drag and drop a directory from Explorer to the shortcut icon to invoke the program recursively on that directory. The /k switch instructs the program to wait for a keypress before exiting.

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