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CopyCover (amaroK Script)

   1.9  

Amarok Script

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CopyCover (amaroK Script)
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  21642
Submitted:  Apr 1 2005
Updated:  Oct 21 2007

Description:

Copy the cover of current playing track to the song's dir. Does not overwrite
existing images in this folder. The filenames can be configured with the
"Configure" dialog. By default, it's the album's name, with spaces replaced
by underscores.

An "offline" version is also included. If you have amaroK >= 1.2.3,
launch it and run the script on the command line. It will find all the downloaded covers and copy them in the right directory, just as the amarok plugin would have done. It also creates the desktop files.
Make sure you first run the script with the "-d" option (debug mode), in which
the actions will only be printed, not commited. A --help option is available.
AmaroK >= 1.2.3 and python >= 2.3 are required for this offline version.

The copycover-offline.py and addcoverdirs.sh scripts are NOT meant to be run through Amarok's script manager.




Changelog:

ChangeLog:
Version: 1.9 Date: 2007/10/21
- fix queries when the database is in MySQL
- tell the session manager not to restart the script on login

Version: 1.8 Date: 2007/02/17
- fix the copycover-offline.py script to use the new device path feature of
Amarok. Thanks to all those who sent me a patch.

Version: 1.7 Date: 2006/10/19
- fixes for Amarok 1.4
- progress bar on the offline version
- use large images when available

Version: 1.6 Date: 2005/05/31
- bugfixes for the "remove covers" option
Thanks a lot to Gleb Litvjak and KNT for that.
- write debuginfo to ~/.xsession-errors by default




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 multiple pics in dir

 
 by HessiJames on: Dec 29 2005
 
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Hi,
I have some folders with files from different albums. CopyCover seems to copy just one cover to that folder and associates every file in that folder with that cover.
I have set up CopyCover to use the album name as the covers's file name.


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 Status?

 
 by Marshalle on: Feb 8 2006
 
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Hey I've always used this in the past but it doesn't seem to work on the latest version of Amarok, anyone else got this problem?

Cheers.


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 Re: Status?

 
 by gauret on: Feb 12 2006
 
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I'm running amarok 1.3.8 and it seems to work fine here. Do you have interesting messages in your ~/.xsession-errors ?


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 Re: Re: Status?

 
 by Marshalle on: Feb 12 2006
 
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Hmmm, don't think so, perhaps I've missed something. I'm running Suse 10. Could you please confirm the dependencies then? (Incase there is something in that).

Thanks!

Q


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 Re: Re: Re: Status?

 
 by gauret on: Feb 13 2006
 
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It should only depend on PyQT (which is installed by default on SuSE IIRC), but it will warn you it it is not available.

Remember that the cover will not be copied if there is already an image file in the folder, png, jpg or gif (check for hidden files).


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Stat

 
 by visit0r on: Feb 26 2006
 
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I get "broken pipe" error after a while running the offline script. amaroK 1.3.8 @ Ubuntu Breezy.


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 from time to time

 
 by rokkford on: Feb 22 2006
 
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copycover doesn't work always, just when the collection is updated and you just fetched a cover. otherwise no covers are copied. that's a pitty.

any way to make this more stable?


¡hasta la victoria siempre!
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 heey

 
 by Superstoned on: Apr 20 2006
 
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does this work on amarok 1.4? i'd love to get my covers in MY control ;-)


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 Re: heey

 
 by gauret on: Apr 20 2006
 
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Yep, I'm using amarok 1.4 beta 3 right now and it works fine.


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 Re: Re: heey

 
 by Superstoned on: Apr 20 2006
 
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that was quick. i did run it, but it told me nothing - just took some heavy cpu for some time. it should tell what did happen, now i'm not really sure if it did work.

anyway, if it did work - thanx. but how can i use the offline script to move all pics from the cache to the directories? and does it set the folder picture?


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 resizing covers

 
 by hishuu on: Jun 13 2006
 
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is there a way to have CopyCover not scale the cover images down to 150x150? I know that's the maximum size Amarok shows, but it'd be niec to keep all the original detail - you can often get 300x300 images from amazon.

just a suggestion, thanks!


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 errors & suggestion

 
 by richlv on: Jul 7 2006
 
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while using 1.6 copycover with svn amarok, it prints all the time empty error messages :

amarok: [ScriptManager] [ERROR!] copycover.py:

this does not impact it in any other way, as far as i can tell. covers are succesfully copied to the corresponding directories.
error is displayed when starting the script up and at every notification it is sent (track change, volume change etc)

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a suggestion - provide the capability to use album name, but use some user-defined prefix. that would better handle situations when several tracks from different albums are stuffed in a single directory.
additionally, some control over album name translation would be nice - for example, album names can contain slashes/backslashes and other symbols that some or all filesystems can not handle.

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if covers really are downsized when copying, i'd back hishuu's suggestion - to keep the original size. even amarok itself has a choice of 'show fullsize'

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and thanks for this useful script :)


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