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Original issue 1084 created by reiter.christoph on 2012-12-13T12:15:34.000Z:
Brain dump: http://piratepad.eu/ql-cli
We could add a ncurses front-end afterwards by not passing any command parameter (like aptitude).
--terse --fields borrowed from nmcli
dump a.flac > tags
convert a.flac b.ogg
load b.ogg tags
I'm not a heavy cli user, so feedback welcome.. or add your comments in the etherpad
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Comment #1 originally posted by towolf on 2012-12-13T22:09:38.000Z:
Something like «vidir» would be cool.
Or invoking $EDITOR on the output of the metadata export plugin and saving upon write of that tmp file. Not sure if the syntax of that plugin lends itself to mass tagging by text editor though.
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Comment #2 originally posted by reiter.christoph on 2012-12-13T22:23:36.000Z:
I like the idea.
It could be reduced to change/remove common ones and add new ones. Which in the case of one file means everything.
Comment #3 originally posted by reiter.christoph on 2013-01-31T16:02:19.000Z:
Comment #4 originally posted by reiter.christoph on 2013-10-25T16:16:09.000Z:
advanced stuff still needs to be implemented..... closing anyway for now..
Comment #5 originally posted by reiter.christoph on 2014-08-31T14:39:51.000Z:
for something vidir like see revision c2b3958
operon: new 'edit' command. See issue #1084.
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