DAISY Pipeline: Create a playlist from your MP3 files

Original Author(s): Olaf Mittelstaedt

The Audio Tagger is a useful tool for organization where end users don’t have DAISY hard- or software playback devices but use MP3 player as an alternative.

Input required: any valid(!) DAISY 2.02 or DAISY 3 file set

Path:

Ctrl + N (or click: New Job Wizard)

choose=>Modify and Improve=>Multi-Format=>Audio Tagger

Image of Pipeline wizard with highlighted path to Audio Tagger

Hit ‘Next’ and browse for the path to your Input Files and select a path for your changed file set.

NOTE: The ‘Browse’ function might be set to look only for *.xml files. Change that to be looking for all (*.*) files for the *.ncc or *.opf file to be visible!

Image of Pipeline configuration window with highlited Parameters

There are Optional Parameters:

ID3 Tagging : IDR tags will give you Title, Album title, Artist and Track Number if such data can be retrieved from the meta data of your file set.

Playlist generation: This will give you these different playlists: M3U, M3U8, PLS, XSPF and WPL

Hit ‘Finish’ and run that job with Ctrl + F1 and see which playlist suits your purposes best.

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This page was last edited by DAISY1 on Friday, September 17, 2010 09:18
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