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I'm an Electrical Engineering student, a Mac user, a Ubuntu user and a LaTeX enthusiast.


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revised Headless music converter with filename based on tags
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comment Headless music converter with filename based on tags
Album art can be extracted by adding the following to the script: mediainfo --Inform="General;%Cover_Data%" "$1" | base64 -d > "$OUTPUTBASE/$ALBUMARTIST/$ALBUM/AlbumArt.jpg". With this information my question is solved. Thanks again!
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comment Headless music converter with filename based on tags
Thanks for your answer, you've helped a lot! I do have some small points however: 1) The package avconv doesn't exist, it should be libav-tools. 2) cvt should be $OUTPUTBASE. 3) This script doesn't output the albumart to AlbumArt.jpg as I would like, is this possible?
Aug
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comment Headless music converter with filename based on tags
Let's say the initial soundtracks are located in /soundtracks/, each soundtrack in it's own sub-folder(s). The source files are not named in one specific manner (except for the .m4a part) so the only way to get things like {track number} is from the tags. The files I want to convert are all in the same format, but of course it would be nice if the script could convert from other formats as well.
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comment Rename files by regexp in command line
This will replace every * anywhere in a file name (not only at the end). s/\\*$// or 's/\*$//' would probably work better.
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