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TaximesTaximes Registered User regular
edited July 2022 in Help / Advice Forum
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    The CheeseThe Cheese Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    No, I'm pretty sure there's no way to do this.

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    WulfWulf Disciple of Tzeentch The Void... (New Jersey)Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Then you would be wrong. Just shift-select all the shows you want to batch edit the info for and use your shortcut for Get Info. Just did it in iTunes 7.3 and it worked fine and dandy

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    TaximesTaximes Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Wulf wrote: »
    Then you would be wrong. Just shift-select all the shows you want to batch edit the info for and use your shortcut for Get Info. Just did it in iTunes 7.3 and it worked fine and dandy

    Can you elaborate? Because whenever I bring up Get Info for multiple items, I get this:

    multipleitem.jpg

    instead of this:

    oneitem.jpg

    This is also in iTunes 7.3.

    I found a program called Lostify that would appear to do exactly what I need, but it's only for Macs. :(

    Edit: Alright, now I found a program called Atomic Parsley that let's me edit the metatags, but it works through a command prompt and I don't know how to do multiple items and more quickly than I could by doing it in iTunes...I'm going to edit the OP.

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    ben0207ben0207 Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Make a new text file.
    Copy and paste that line a million times, and edit the info on each line.
    Save it as .bat and run it. Might work.

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    FembotFembot Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    I'm also curious about this. I've moved a bunch of files around and I need to batch edit the location of some of my music.

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    Legoman05Legoman05 Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    If you felt like installing perl, I could whip you up a script that would do all of that automatically.

    It would look like this:
    #!/usr/bin/perl

    $list = `ls`;
    $path = `pwd`;
    chomp($path);
    @list = split(/\n/,$list);

    foreach $list (@list){
    @data = split(/ - /,$list)
    $data[1] = s/$path//;
    $tvshowname = $data[1];
    @episeason = split(/x/,$data[2]);
    $season = $episeason[1];
    $episode = $episeason[2];
    $data[3] =~ s/\.mp4//;
    $epname = $data[3];
    `AtomicParsley.exe \""$pwd""$list"\' \-\-genre \"TV Shows\" \-\-stik \"TV Show\" \-\-TVShowName \""$tvshowname"\" \-\-TVEpisode \""$epname"\" \-\-TVEpisodeNum "$episode" \-\-TVSeason "$season"`;
    }

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    NibbleNibble Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    for %%f in (%1\*.*) do AtomicParsley.exe "%%~ff" --genre "TV Shows" --stik "TV Show" --TVShowName "Supernatural"
    

    This will tag all files in a folder at once. You just have to put the batch file in the same directory as Atomic Parsley, and drag&drop the folder onto it. You'll still have to change the batch file for each set of videos, though.

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    Legoman05Legoman05 Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Nibble wrote: »
    for %%f in (%1\*.*) do AtomicParsley.exe "%%~ff" --genre "TV Shows" --stik "TV Show" --TVShowName "Supernatural"
    

    This will tag all files in a folder at once. You just have to put the batch file in the same directory as Atomic Parsley, and drag&drop the folder onto it. You'll still have to change the batch file for each set of videos, though.

    Your Fu is stronger. Teach me, sensei.

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