How to recover lost mp3's for free-p5 of 8.
Posted 05-12-2010 at 12:20 AM by GlennsPref
Next we want to get most of our file names back, For this I found EasyTag, a a tag search like mp3info with a very handy bulk scanning and renaming tool with a graphical user interface. Example of reading data tags with mp3info...Retrieving Filenames ref. http://easytag.sourceforge.net/ EasyTag 2.1.6 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EasyTag Using Mandriva 'urpmi easytag' will install the package. Dependencies.... Checking the sourceforge site for EasyTag, the dependent libraries are listed as suchCode:mp3info -F /home/glenn/storage/recovery/mp3/f81018974.mp3 File: /home/glenn/storage/recovery/mp3/f81018974.mp3 Title: The River Track: 6 Artist: Bruce Springsteen & The E Stre Album: Live In New York City (Disc 1) Year: 2001 Comment: Genre: Other urpmi installed the package EasyTag with no questions, but due to previous experience I went ahead and checked to see if I could find them. I did not find them all, some of the library names have changed and some were plain missing. I used a combination of locate, urpmq and urpmf to search for the libs and subsequent dependants. And also “Install and Remove Software” to see the info on the package I could not find. Here are my findings... an explanation follows...Code:The program depends on the following libraries: GTK 2.4, id3lib to handle MP3 files, libogg, libvorbis for Ogg Vorbis files, libFLAC (with libogg and libvorbis) for FLAC Vorbis files, mpeg4ip for MP4 files.Code:EasyTag deps.... #GTK 2.4, #id3lib to handle MP3 files, (optional, except to write ID3v2.3 tags in MP3 files), #libogg, #libvorbis forsupport for Ogg Vorbis and flac files, #libFLAC (with libogg and libvorbis) support for FLAC Vorbis files, #mpeg4ip support MP4/ACC file #libid3tag(required) #libxcb-xlib #lib64amrnb3 #lib64arts1
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