[ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

30 Jul 2014, 04:57

Perfect ! :) Thanks a lot.
I only have to change the visual style to fit the ahk editor/mini player.I am leaving it as a separate program and calling your GUI with a hotkey ( i do not want to mess it up as it works well ! )
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

30 Jul 2014, 05:10

noname wrote:Perfect ! :) Thanks a lot.
I only have to change the visual style to fit the ahk editor/mini player.I am leaving it as a separate program and calling your GUI with a hotkey ( i do not want to mess it up as it works well ! )


You're welcome :) .
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

30 Jul 2014, 10:33

Image

Unfortunately there is a serious drawback using audiogenie the cover art is not visible in standard players or the mp3tag program.I can only see it using audiogenie to get it like in my own ahk player.
Files send to friends do not show it ( like in GomPlayer )

screenshot ahk player with audiogenie:
http://i.imgur.com/NamWS5O.png

I wonder if it is also a winXP? problem.I will still have to use mp3tag to get the job done :cry:
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

30 Jul 2014, 11:46

noname wrote:Image

Unfortunately there is a serious drawback using audiogenie the cover art is not visible in standard players or the mp3tag program.I can only see it using audiogenie to get it like in my own ahk player.
Files send to friends do not show it ( like in GomPlayer )

screenshot ahk player with audiogenie:
http://i.imgur.com/NamWS5O.png

I wonder if it is also a winXP? problem.I will still have to use mp3tag to get the job done :cry:


Sorry It was my fault. :roll: (it's easy to blame Audiogenie) I forget set some flag in Audiogenie During adding CoverArt. Please Download the new attachment or script below. It should Work Fine.

And Let me know if problem still occurs.
:P
Bug Fixed :-
*Cover Art was not adding Properly.
*Navigation to next cover Art was not taking place through < > Arrows.
:o

Code: [Select all] [Expand] [Download] (Tag.ahk)GeSHi © Codebox Plus

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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

31 Jul 2014, 05:41

Many thanks Rajat :)

I only made some adjustments in the position of the image (to center it in the groupbox )and buttons.
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

31 Jul 2014, 06:28

noname wrote:Many thanks Rajat :)

I only made some adjustments in the position of the image (to center it in the groupbox )and buttons.


:D :) :) :) :) :) :)
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

31 Jul 2014, 11:53

Hey rajat, it's great to see you here, but why is your username not rajat?
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

31 Jul 2014, 12:52

joedf wrote:Hey rajat, it's great to see you here, but why is your username not rajat?

:!: Do you Know My Secret -- I am a BATMAN :o :o :o

Just Kidding.

It's just a personal Prefrence. Should i change it ? :?: :?:
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

31 Jul 2014, 14:52

BATMAM :O YOU HAVE MY UTMOST RESPECT!
haha, if you feel it to be the right choice. I dont mind, you are free to do what you want :)
if you dont change it, you could put something like "aka rajat" in your signature or something ;)

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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

01 Aug 2014, 00:01

Cool Idea. 8-)

Thanks :)
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

01 Aug 2014, 08:23

8-) ;)
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

01 Aug 2014, 10:54

Final adjustments and visual styling :)
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

01 Aug 2014, 12:06

noname wrote:Final adjustments and visual styling :)

I Should Say -- "This is freaking Awesome"
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

19 Aug 2014, 18:44

This line:
DllCall(dll . "\AUDIOAnalyzeFileW", Str,A_LoopFileFullPath )

returns 0, which according to the AudioGenie documentation is "unknown format".

Any ideas as to why I am getting that for .mp3 files?

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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

19 Aug 2014, 23:48

Which version of Autohotkey are u using ?
Also , Use
DllCall( A_ScriptDir "\AudioGenie3.dll\AUDIOAnalyzeFileW", Str,filename )
Instead of
DllCall(dll . "\AUDIOAnalyzeFileW", Str,A_LoopFileFullPath )

And, Let me know if Problem Still Persists.

Also --> A COMPLETELY NEW AUDIOGENIE AUDIO WRAPPER IS COMING SOON.WITH SUPPORT OF ADVANCE FEATURES.
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

20 Aug 2014, 02:26

I'm sorry the variable dll is set to the path and name of the AudioGenie3.dll so my script is already doing what you are saying it should use. I downloaded AudioGenie from SourceForge. I tried both the 64 bit and the 32 bit versions with the same result.

I am using AutoHotkey v1.1.14.04 (AHK_L)

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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

20 Aug 2014, 02:28

hmmm.
Will u please post the code. I mean complete code so that i can figure out what's wrong. :?:
Also r u using the ANSI Version?
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

20 Aug 2014, 03:00

Yes, I am using the ANSI version. Could that be the issue?

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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

20 Aug 2014, 03:12

Yes it is.
As Audiogenie accepts only UNICODED STRINGS.

Use Following Functions to Convert your Calls into unicode for Audiogenie (Also Check the Example Script).

Code: [Select all] [Expand] [Download] (Script.ahk)GeSHi © Codebox Plus



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Modify the Above script as per your Variable Setting. And You Should be good to go. :D
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Re: [ Music Files Tag Editor written in Autohotkey ]

20 Aug 2014, 18:16

OK,

Your suggestions worked if I changed your script to not use the ID3V2 set of functions to read the tags. Your original script had MP3 being processed with the ID3V2 instead of AUDIO. Which one is right for MP3 files?

Now I'm having issues writing modified tags back to the file. I see you again use the ID3V2 functions for MP3. Should I switch to AUDIO again? Do I need to ATOU each tag before calling the DLL to write the tag?

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