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mp3html

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NAME

mp3html - make lists of MP3s  

SYNOPSIS

mp3html -[DFfHhioprStu] template mp3_file(s)  

DESCRIPTION

MP3html is a fairly simple utility to create configurable lists of MP3s. Due to it's template-based nature, it can create just about any kind of list you could possibly want.

MP3html also has many commandline options to customize it's behavior in addition to supporting over 30 tags that can be used in the templates.  

OPTIONS

[-D NAME=TEXT] [-F FILE] [-f TEXT] [-H FILE] [-h TEXT] [-i NUMBER] [-o FILE] [-p FILE] [-r DIR] [-S] [-t TEXT] [-u TEXT] [--help] [--version]
-D --define NAME=TEXT
Substitute all occurences of NAME with TEXT, for instance: "-D MYNAME=Benjamin" would go through the template and replace "MYNAME" with "Benjamin"
-F --footer FILE
Concatenate FILE onto the end of the output and process any global tags found within.
-f --footer-text TEXT
Same as -F --footer except you specify the data instead of a filename.
-H --header FILE
Process global tags in FILE and output it before any other data.
-h --header-text
Same as -H --header except you specify the data instead of a filename
-i --increment NUMBER
Start the $INCREMENT tag at NUMBER instead of 1.
--mono-text TEXT
Use TEXT for $STEREO if the file is in mono.
--no-text TEXT
Uses TEXT for tags with simple yes/no values that are negative (no). For instance, if you do "--no-text Nope", then the output of the $ORIGINAL tag (assuming it was set) would be "Nope". Default is "no". Also see --no-text.
-o --output FILE
Output to FILE instead of stdout.
-p --playlist FILE
Read filenames from FILE. This is for M3U playlists, which are merely text files containing filenames.
-r --recursive DIR
Recursively load the directory tree DIR and all the MP3 files found within.
-S --space
Replace underscores with spaces in $FILENAME and $PATHFILENAME. For example, "Some_Random_Song.mp3" would become "Some Random Song.mp3"
--stereo-text TEXT
Use TEXT for $STEREO if the file is in stereo.
-t --template TEXT
Use TEXT as the main template instead of loading one passed by filename.
--trim-the
Removes any leading "The " strings from the Artist name. Thus, "The Beach Boys" would become "Beach Boys". This is useful for building sorted lists.
-u --unknown TEXT
Replace empty ID3 fields with TEXT.
--help
Show a brief commandline help screen and exit.
--version
Show the current version and exit.
--yes-text TEXT
Uses TEXT for tags with simple yes/no values that are positive (yes). For instance, if you do "--yes-text Yep", then the output of the $ORIGINAL tag (assuming it was set) would be "Yep". Default is "yes". Also see --no-text.
 

BUGS

This man page needs to have the tags in it.

Read the file BUGS that came with the distribution.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
BUGS

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Time: 21:24:52 GMT, October 08, 1999