I have a lot of ogg files of pop music.
Unfortunately the tags are not normalized.
Example: One album has "Tina Turner" as interpreter and the next album has "Turner Tina".
It would be nice to normalize the tags.
I looked ad Picard, but the quick start guide tells me:
You should note - Picard is not built to be a mass single-track tag fixer.
How to mass tag fix on Ubuntu?
I don't want a GUI. I am hoping that this process is automated. There are just too many files. I can't fix tags by hand and per single file.
This should be automated:
- tool looks at the current tags of one audio file.
- tool tries to guess the album and title with the help of some internet database
- tool should normalize the tags if a valid album+title was found in the DB
- the tool should skip the file if no valid album+title was found and print a warning.
With other words: I don't want to set "Tina Tuner" by script or GUI myself.
I have Ubuntu 18.04