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I see that ReplayGain can be set with Ex Falso via the "Replay Gain" plugin.
However I am trying to set it via command line with Operon. Is this possible?
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It should work.
I just noticed that "operon tags" doesn't list programmatic tags, we should add a "-a --all" switch there like with "operon list"
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@lazka thanks for fast reply. Will you please provide example command for setting ReplayGain?
Hm right, it would be operon set replaygain_track_gain "-12.345 db" a.mp3, but it fails because the value stars with "-".
operon set replaygain_track_gain "-12.345 db" a.mp3
and how would you aquire the -12.345 db? Can we do command line ReplayGain scanning?
operon just does tagging, nothing more atm.
This looks like something you want, but haven't tried: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/rgain
(note for myself, OptionParser.disable_interspersed_args should help with the ambiguity for values at least..)
I guess this is a feature request then. I see you use BS1770GAIN internally:
So the desired functionality would be: similar to how BS1770GAIN can scan and set ReplayGain from the command line, Operon could scan and set ReplayGain from the command line
operon: add "--all" option for the "tags" command. See #2335
In Quod Libet we use the GStreamer replaygain implementation. It's unlikely that we will expand our GUI plugins to operon.
I've opened #2339 for the value problem.
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