Picard Barcode Scanner
Picard Barcode Scanner helps you to tag your physical releases with MusicBrainz Picard. It allows you to scan the barcode of e.g. a CD and have the corresponding metadata from MusicBrainz automatically loaded into Picard.
This is especially useful if you have your physical music collection already digitalized and want to tag the files using the correct album.
- Picard 1.0 or higher
- Android 2.1 or higher
- ZXing barcode scanner
- Connect both your computer and your phone to the same WiFi network.
- Start MusicBrainz Picard (version 1.0 or higher).
- Start Picard Barcode Scanner on your phone.
- On the first start the app will ask you for the IP address and port number Picard is listening on. Just enter the IP or network name of your computer. For the port the default 8000 should normaly be ok. In case you have multiple instances of Picard running on your computer it might be 8001 or higher.
- Use the app to scan the barcode of a music album. If the album is in the MusicBrainz database and your Picard connection settings are correct the album data will automatically be loaded into Picard.
- Tag your files in Picard.
- Android ActionBar from https://github.com/johannilsson/android-actionbar
- The MusicBrainz API from https://github.com/jdamcd/musicbrainz-android/
You can help translate this project into your language. Please visit the Picard Barcode Scanner localization project on https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/picard-barcode-scanner/
Picard Barcode Scanner is free software published under the GPL version 3. See LICENSE for details.
The Picard icon by Carlin Mangar is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License. See http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/uk/
Philipp Wolfer email@example.com