MPEG Audio Catalog
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MPGScript reads data from MPEG audio files (*.mp?) and creates text file reports according to them and user specification. It may also read WinAmp or PLS play lists to find out which mpeg audio files to use and mpeg audio data files which are databases containing previosly stored informations about mpeg audio files.
MPGScript will generate text files with artist info, title, length, bitrate or whatever information you want (current version offers more than 80 data items (macros) to be used in output document), for each MP3 file it founds. It is easy to set and define various kind of output TEXT documents, including HTML or RTF. Sorting and grouping capability is included. There is also easy to use template editor. There are no hardcoded outputs, you can change anything you want. If there is something you cannot do, just contact us, and we will do our best to make it possible.
MPGScript can use several WinAmp lists, PLS lists, mpeg audio files or mpeg datafiles and generate several output documents by clicking a single button. This way you may generate large and very complex documentation about mpeg audio files.
It also may also generate WinAmp list, import data from files looking through complete subdirectory tree, and you may use internal preview or run other application after generating each output document. Application supports internal drag&drop as well as external (i.e. you may drag files from other applications and drop them into MPGScript.
MPGScript should work on any computer that runs Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT. No further requirements.
Other applications and documentation
You can also find other interestign stuff on this site: MPEG Audio Catalog Viewer (freeware), MPEG Audio Header Technical Specification (free document), MPEG Audio Tools (freeware Delphi library) with few demo applications (freeware source), MPEG Renamer (freeware). All these stuff is available throught download page.
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Copyright (c)1998 by Predrag Supurovic.