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Lyrics Manager

   0.2.14  

Amarok Script

Score 70%
Lyrics Manager
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Lyrics Manager
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Lyrics Manager
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.x
Downloads:  3607
Submitted:  Feb 24 2006
Updated:  Dec 2 2009

Description:

About:

This script is intended to extend amaroK lyrics operations. The main actions are:
* Edit lyrics with external editor
* Automatic text cleanup
* Export lyrics to file
* Import lyrics from file
* Mass import and export
* Erase and fill up lyrics
You can select menu items and features that you need. Also you are required to setup editor and storage directory depending on your previous choice. All these parameters are saved in config file and loaded silently at script startup.
Script will take care of HTML break tags while processing lyrics text, so you can edit and store plain text.
Mass operations could be used to backup and restore cached lyrics. Fill up feature prevents automatic lyrics fetching.
For more information see description on the homepage.


Dependencies:

amaroK >= 1.4.3
PERL >= 5.8
KDialog >= 1.0 (optional: for GUI configuration)

Tested on: amarok 1.4.10; perl 5.8.8; kdebase 3.5.9.




Changelog:

version 0.2.14
* fix: bug in collection search algorithm for device paths containing special chars

version 0.2.13
* update: improved flexibility of collection search algorithm




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 automatic export

 
 by ciasa on: Jul 8 2006
 
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It would be nice if this script would automatically export the lyrics when they are fetched from the server. I usually just play my whole collection randomly, so its not practical to have to right click on each song and choose to export the tracks lyrics.


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 Re: automatic export

 
 by msan on: Jul 12 2006
 
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Unfortunately, there is no way to do so. Technically I can't recognize from my script when lyrics were fetched by another script.


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 Re: Re: automatic export

 
 by ciasa on: Jul 12 2006
 
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I'm not familiar with the limits of scripting in amarok, but would it be possible to check to see if:

*the song has changed
*the lyrics have been fetched at all (by checking the length of the lyrics)

If so, then a simple hack would be to wait X number of seconds after a song change to automatically export (if lyrics length is not 0).


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 Re: Re: Re: automati

 
 by msan on: Jul 14 2006
 
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Yes, it's possible. But this change is not very simple as it requires additional thread or process for waiting. Actually, I havn't written such things on perl yet, so you have to wait some time for the implementation. You can use mass export meanwhile.


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 USLT?

 
 by digitalramble on: Sep 19 2006
 
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I can't quite tell from this writeup. Does this utility use the USLT tag in id3v2 to write out the lyrics to? Or is this more of a meta association, pulling up lyrics in the browser while playing?

I want to get USLT tags set up so I can export to the iPod.

thanks!


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 Re: USLT?

 
 by msan on: Sep 21 2006
 
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No, this script does not use any id3 tags. It deal with amaroK database, which contains rich information about your collection and lyrics in particular.

There are earlier comments about ipod in this discussion, may be they can help you. Also it seems to me that some months ago I've met amaroK script, that write lyrics to USLT, but I'm not sure.


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 not in collection?

 
 by digitalramble on: Sep 20 2006
 
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I must be missing something very obvious here, but I can't see what.

Running amarok, clicking on Collections from the left sidebar. This gives me a list of the albums it has in my collections. I click on one of them so that the songs in that album appear in the panel on the right hand side.

At this point I right click on any or all of the files (it doesn't matter) and choose the Lyrics Manager from the menu.

But it doesn't matter what option I choose. For any of them, I get a message:
This music file is not in your Collection!

I checked through all the comments here, old and new but didn't spot anything that might be relevant. I also can't find any documentation (no, the code is NOT documentation) for this, so I'm at a loss? I've been experimenting, but I'd love any tips at this point...


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 Re: not in collectio

 
 by msan on: Sep 21 2006
 
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Thanks for bug report. I would like to know, which version of the player do you use? I'm not sure, but if it's fresh enough, the in-collection detection algorithm could become old. The thing that this algorithm keeps is proper behaviour on previous releases of amaroK, where there was no saved lyrics for out-of-collection files (so script can't save or load any lyrics for them).

I'm going to update my amaroK on the weekend and check this up.


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 Re: Re: not in colle

 
 by trawler on: Nov 1 2006
 
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Same here - I'm using Amarok 1.4.3, using KDE 3.5.5 on Ubuntu edgy (6.10).


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 Re: Re: Re: not in c

 
 by trawler on: Nov 2 2006
 
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P.S. - updating the script didn't help...


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 Re: not in collectio

 
 by caamg on: Sep 27 2006
 
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I've the same problem with amarok 1.4.3 (the debian sid's version)


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 Re: Re: not in colle

 
 by msan on: Sep 29 2006
 
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Same here. I'll try to fix it soon.


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 Re: Re: Re: not in c

 
 by caamg on: Oct 6 2006
 
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Thanks for your bug-fix and update
It works fine now:)


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 Re: not in collectio

 
 by bleearg on: Oct 14 2006
 
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I'm in the same boat. I've got Amarok 1.4.3 using MySQL for the Collection database on Ubuntu Dapper.


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 Re: Re: not in colle

 
 by msan on: Oct 16 2006
 
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It's very strange, especially that we have same version numbers. I've sent you a letter, please, answer it. It will help to understand the nature of the problem.


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 Re:not in collection

 
 by daho on: Feb 1 2008
 
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Well, I've got the same problem: file ... is not in your collection.
I am on Debian etch with KDE 3.5.5 and use Amarok 1.4.4 as well as the latest Lyrics Manager script, 0.2.9.


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 Re: Re:not in collec

 
 by msan on: Feb 5 2008
 
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Please, read thread 'about reported bug', turn debug on and send me output information. I'll try to find out what is going on.


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 about reported bug

 
 by msan on: Nov 23 2006
 
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Dear users!

After changes of amaroK behaviour on db level in this fall, some of you have reported about problems, that my script can't find requested file in collection. I had to switch to new db schema, and script worked fine for my environment after that. But I still receive bug reports about it. I wondered and tried to study deeply, checked script on MySQL, played with settings and so on... but script every time works fine for me. I can't reproduce it and it's hard to understand how bug could be described to be reproduced.

First step towards is in the new release (v0.2.6). I've implemented internal debug switch in the script that could help to understand the nature of problem. To activate debug mode you need to edit installed script ~/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/lyrics-manager/lyrics-manager.pl at the 12th line replacing it by "$DEBUG = 1;". Then you can run (rerun) script, do some action, and you could see messages about SQL queries and answers in the log. You can send this log to me by email with information about versions of your software (as it written in the script's docs in About window) and list of your actions. Then may be I'll able to understand what's going on.

Also, when I tested new release, I noticed at the moment, that internal state of amaroK db is wrong. I can't reproduce this to send a bug to amaroK team, but I think it concerned with mount/unmount, fstab or smth, because the 'devices' table had new state, but the 'tags' table contained old device ids. So I recommend you to backup old db, delete and regenerate it for clean check. My script uses this tables and can't work if they are wrong.


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 about reported bug

 
 by msan on: Nov 27 2006
 
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I've just improved collection search algorithm. Thanks to bleearg for his reports and help!

I hope that the script will work for many environments now. If not - let me know.


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 Re: about reported b

 
 by LuXiano on: Jan 25 2007
 
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I have the same problem described above :( Some of my files do work but there are some in which i get the "not in collection" error.

Ive added the DEBUG=1 but i dont know where to find the log file in order to help you find out what's wrong :/


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 Re: Re: about report

 
 by msan on: Jan 25 2007
 
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There is the log window for each script:
Tools->Script Manager, popup on the script: Show Output Log.


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 local folders

 
 by MMax on: Jun 28 2007
 
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Can you add an option to export to the same folder where mp3 file is located?
thanks!


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 Re: local folders

 
 by msan on: Jul 19 2007
 
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Please, check a new release up!


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 server not reachable

 
 by mattepiu on: Aug 21 2007
 
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I had this issue and I found that if I remove the first line (an xml tag)
from my lyrics files (.txt) everything returned working fine.

Just do Edit lyric -> then remove first line if enclosed in < >


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 Re: server not reach

 
 by msan on: Aug 27 2007
 
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Thank you for report! I've released a new version fixing this.


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