MP3Organizer is designed to organize your MP3-collection. It gets the songinformation
from the MP3-Files and its ID3-Tags or the filenames and stores it in a mysql-database.
Easily you can search for files by artist, title, album, etc. and create playlists.
- SQL-Database support
- integrated mpg123 support
- faster playlist management (than in the previous version)
- supports KDE 2.1.1 and QT 2.2
- keyboard shortcuts for really fast mp3-management
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Installation and Configuration:
Follow the instructions in INSTALL.
If you haven't access to a mysql-database, please install one. At the moment mp3organizer only works
with a local database. Starting MP3Organizer the first time, it will ask you for connection parameters.
In the dialog select create database and enter the username and password for a user which is allowed
to create and drop databases on the left side (in most cases root and no password). On the right side
enter the access information MP3Organizer will use to connect the database. If you create a new database, you
can choose free what to enter.
You must create a directory for MP3Organizer to store its playlists in. This directory must not contain any
other files than it creates itself. Enter the empty directory-path in the configuration dialog in the
MP3Organizer should work, now. At the moment there are a still many bugs but this is only a preview release!
22.04.2000 : V0.2-pre2
Some bigger bugs fixed
14.04.2000 : V0.2-pre
Completely reprogrammed pre-release of MP3Organizer supporting KDE 2 and QT 2.2
14.09.2000 : V0.1-beta2
23.07.2000: V 0.1beta
- added a playlist-cache: until now every playlist was read from the database getting the song info
for each playlist-entry, what used a lot of time. Now MP3Organizer will read playlists only once at
startup. This takes a lot of time, but then you can work with big playlists very fast.
- Improved import options: if update paths is selected, unknown files will be inserted nevertheless
- select from playlist: mp3organizer reads a playlist (m3u) and trys to select the files (usefull if
you reset the database and want to use your old playlists again)
- several bugfixes
- saving configuration to ~/.mp3organizer
- Import options: Update paths: files which are already in the db but the path has changed will be updated
- an exact match button in the search dialog
- writes the entire database in a HTML-file
- Prepare files to burn on CD: copies or links files from a playlist in specified directory or convert to wav-files in the specified order.
01.07.2000: V 0.1alpha3
- without bug in tar archive...
- missing files music1.xpm and music2.xpm added
01.07.2000: V 0.1alpha2
- Displays length in Minutes:Seconds
- Album-From-Dir-Option: gets the albumname from the parentdirectory if no ID3-Album information available
- Edit DB-Entry Dialog
- shows icons for each playlist-item: a black one for a mp3-file available and a red one for a mp3-file which is currently unavailable (on a MP3-cd which isn't mounted)
- components resizes if window is resized (quick and dirty)
15.06.2000: Released V 0.1alpha
last modified: Sunday, 22-Apr-2001 11:10:13 UTC by Martin Ehmke