Coquillo

MP3 Taggers

Source (required if based on other people's work): https://github.com/sjuvonen/coquillo

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Description:

Coquillo is a multi-platform utility for editing metadata i.e. "tags" contained in audio files. It supports various formats, mainly MP3, Ogg/Vorbis and FLAC.

The new version has been re-written for Qt 5 and features an improved user interface. Back after over five years of hibernation!

Downloads:
- GitHub [source]
- OpenSUSE Build Service [debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE, Ubuntu]
- AUR [arch Linux]

Features in short:
- Integrated MusicBrainz support.
- Rename files based on tags en masse.
- Parse tags from filenames based on patterns.
- Generate track/album/disc numbers automatically.
- Bookmarks to switch between locations quickly.

Dependencies:
- Qt 5
- TagLib (should be 1.6+ to compile; 1.7+ for modern cover art support with Ogg and FLAC)
Last changelog:

Version 2.0.0 2 months ago

- Rewritten for Qt 5.
- Improved user interface.

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curfew

2 months ago

Hello. Coquillo is trying to make a comeback and the packages have been updated after nearly six years of inactivity.

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sochi2014

2 years ago

Puppy Linux ViVid 6.5 includes Coquillo (2015). What a nice application for music lovers !

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curfew

2 years ago

Nice to hear. This app should get a lot better when I finally have the time to finalize "2.0". I have tried to focus on too many other projects, so it has been lacking too much.

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symbianflo

6 years ago

Hi
I'll try a porting for mdv/rosa
nice app thx for sharing it .
+1 from me

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symbianflo

6 years ago

rpms for mdv/rosa
http://mrb.mandrivausers.ro/index.php?search_for=coquillo&search_submit=Search
thx

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curfew

6 years ago

Apparently my scripts on OBS already worked for Mandriva but they support only the 2011-spec release and no Rosa at all, so I'll put your link up for display for some time.

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symbianflo

6 years ago

Ok you do as you please, I'll try to maintain it for rosa then, if for mdv 2011.0 you've manage to build it .

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curfew

6 years ago

After six months of silence, Coquillo is back here! Version 1.10 is a maintenance release: almost all of the code was rewritten in hopes of more enjoyable future development and less bugs.

This release also includes some enhancements suggested by the community.

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curfew

6 years ago

Note to Arch linux users: I cannot login to AUR atm, so the new AUR release is delayed until HTTPS works again.

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hcooh

6 years ago

Hi,
First I want to say thank you for that soft! I just discovered it and it is nearly filling all my needs so I will be able to stop using mp3tag under wine.

Can I make some propositions to make this soft even better ?

Pictures related:
- Can it be possible to drag a picture on the Picturelistview ? (that way we could drop the pictures straight from the browser, no need to save it!)
-When clicking on the + button to add a picture, could the default folder be the one we are currently into, instead of the last folder seen in the fileselection dialog ?
-Same as above for the S button
-Would be nice also to be able to set in the setings the default name for the image, for instance "cover" or "folder"...

cddb
-when looking at the results of cddb, we can only see track number and titles. Can we see the other fields and be able to select only those we want to update ?

Bugs ?
-When I change tags and apply to all and save, if just after I do Processor>Rename files and folder, it is not showing the changes of the tags. I have to load another folder and come back on this one so the changes are taken into account.

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curfew

6 years ago

I think I can implement these requests for the next release. The CDDB search dialog has pretty limited functionality, but that's because I wanted to keep it simple. I would like to redesign its interface but have not yet found a decent solution, so that's why it hasn't been improved since the first version.

However, it is already possible to choose which tags to apply from a CDDB search result using the buttons below the search results list. Problem is that you don't see what data those tags contain. I thought this is an adequate temporary solution, because you could only choose to apply data to fields that are empty in the tracks to see if they get any better.

I will look into your bug report too. I have also fixed some other bugs with the handling of tags recently.

I don't know when I am able to make the next release, because I have a lengthy queue of other projects I'd like to release sometime. But maybe I can spare a day.

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curfew

6 years ago

I tried to reproduce your bug with Coquillo 1.9 but I didn't manage to. I don't know if I understood it thoroughly. Maybe you could provide me with exact steps of how to reproduce it?

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curfew

6 years ago

Version 1.9 is just a quick fix to some stupid bugs that I forgot to fix with 1.8, and also an unknown regression that caused tags to not be displayed in the editor.

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curfew

6 years ago

1. Do you mean you want to be able to hide some columns? I'll add this to next release.

2. It is possible to insert other graphics than just covers too. For example photos of live performances.

3. I have thought about this but decided they are not relevant. I could change this, of course, if other people think differently.

4. I acknowledged this minor annoyance already while in beta, but forgot to fix it. Will do.

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RazrFalcon

6 years ago

1) Yes
2-4) Ok

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curfew

6 years ago

I hope to have fixed the bugs reported by users 3 and RazrFalcon with Coquillo 1.6. Editing Ogg Vorbis covers is a bit messy now if converting legacy covers is not enabled; it will duplicate each legacy cover to the new format EVERY TIME the covers are saved.

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RazrFalcon

6 years ago

Yes. Now works fine.
Small remarks:
1) Columns hiding, I didn't use "#" column, or customizable columns.
2) Covers usualy square shaped. But in setting are two QSpinBox, for H and W.
3) What about some additional info, like: bitrate and duration?
4) What about setCursorPosition(0); to all QLineEdit? For better view.

PS: sorry for bad English.

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RazrFalcon

6 years ago

It didn't see an embedded coverarts in ogg.
The covers setted by puddletag

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curfew

6 years ago

I mimiced the coverart behaviour from EasyTag, but it seems that EasyTag uses an old standard for Ogg Vorbis tags and Puddletag uses the newer one.

http://wiki.xiph.org/VorbisComment#Cover_art

I will fix this issue for the next release.

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6 years ago

Example MP3 file with ID3v1 ID3v2 in UTF-8

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7983994/002.mp3

Screenshot: http://i.imgur.com/CcjiM.png

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curfew

6 years ago

Yea, I haven't tested this encoding stuff and don't actually know if they work at all. Unfortunately I'll be leaving for a trip tomorrow morning so I don't have time to dig into this until the weekend or early next week or so... But I'll fix this when I'm back home.

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acidrums4

6 years ago

Only my opinion, but it would be better if Coquillo would have full integration with KDE (let's say, a KDE app). This, cause I used to use Kid3, but it's very weird and non-intuitive for use. You can't change between directories quickly, like here in Coquillo...

However, Coquillo is a great app! I was waiting for something like that for ages!

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curfew

6 years ago

I don't really want full KDE integration myself, though I've been a KDE user for years now.

I also don't think there is anything to integrate at the moment. It's not a good idea to make a huge pile of KDE libraries a dependency just to have a slightly different text box.

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marcaemus

7 years ago

Easy-tag reborn without all the mess. Sounds like a winner. Voted up.

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Shirakawasuna

7 years ago

This is great! EasyTag but with Qt!

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Version 2.0.0 2 months ago

- Rewritten for Qt 5.
- Improved user interface.

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