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    Any suggestions for a good MP3 organizer??

    I would like to scan about 50 cd's with MP3's on them and export them into an excel spread sheet so I can keep track of the songs I have and there locations.

    Something simple that is.
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    • .mp3Database FREE, The .mp3Database is an application designed to handle all the mp3-files, you have gathered. It will scan a file for an ID3-tag and use the information in the tag to add the file to the database. CSV-format: writes databases in csv-format (for Excel interchange) NOTE: program exported the CSV with a semi-colon not a comma, so you may have to open the exported file in wordpad, do a REPLACE ALL on the ";" with "," to make it import properly into Excel. (~locustfurnace)
    • Abander TagControl 2 Shareware, Abander TagControl is an easy to use and powerful multimedia library manager, and .mp3, .ogg, .wma, .asf .ape tag editor with CDDB and FreeDB support.
    • Ruby Shareware, A program designed to catalog the files on CD-Rs. A search can be initiated on the database just like the Windows Find feature. Find the disc that a particular file is on with this utility. Can also catalog floppies, Zip disks, other removable media, and even hard drives. (not music specific, can do any archives, and can export to a CSV DB)

    More Advanced Applications, mostly for Unix users
    • Mp3cdBrowser is a Java program which stores MP3 information in a database. You can scan a harddrive / cd for mp3 files. Files are added to the database based upon their id3v1 or id3v2 tags. REQUIRES Java re and recommend MySQL, works under Windows as well as Unix
    • prokyon3 is a multithreaded MP3 manager and tag editor for Linux / Windows. It was written in C++ using the QT3 widget set (QT2 on Windows) uses MySQL as database backend.Screenshot
    • Biblos is a powerful indexing tool that can manage your cd/mp3 collection as well as local directories. It records full information about each file on the specified media and has a powerful searching tool that can help you find specific files. (REQUIRES atleast QT3Beta4 from Trolltech)
    • MP3SQL allows one to index MP3's with MP3Tags into an SQL databse such as MySQL. Also included is an example PHP3 script for searching the database.
    • myMp3Manager keeps track of your MP3 disks. You can add new CDs and sign them with a CD name.
    • mmusic this is a programs for use with Perl, PostgreSQL. Not a simple cataloger, this is for the more experienced computer. runs under UNIX/BSD
    • mp3tomysql is a small program to organize all your mp3's you saved on your harddisk. It scans recursivly your filesystems for new mp3's and saves the information about them in a MySQL-database. Requires MySQL. runs under UNIX/BSD
    • dmcat - Digital Music CATalog categorize and sort MP3-based digital music based on its "ID3 tag". runs under UNIX/BSD


 

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