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If your music library is devolving into an audio jungle, there’s no better time to wrestle back control.
The second part of my guide to managing music metadata is now live at TechHive.com. In this post, we walk through Picard’s powerful advanced search and editing features, cover art matching and a whole lot more.
I was asked by the team at TechHive to put together a new guide to managing music metatdata last month. The first part of the “how to” hit the web yesterday.
Over the weekend we published not one, but two new eBook guides to help you with your connected home.
Late last night we released our first Step by Step Guide of 2014 (they’re the big eBooks, compared to the pocket sized How To Guides) and we have an introductory offer this week to celebrate the launch.
In previous parts of this series on tidying up the chaos that is your (or at least is my) digital photo collection, we reorganised our photo folders and de-duplicated our photo files. Things are going well – we have lovely, date-ordered folders and all of our duplicate photos have been zapped. But we’re not there yet. Dig into the folders, and you’ll still see those annoying, meaningless photo file names generated by digital cameras – DSC1634.jpg? P76376.jpg? Not helpful, when you want to sort those folders in OS X Finder or Windows’ File Explorer. So, we’re heading on a path to automatically rename all of our photo files based on the date the photos were taken. But before we do that, we need to talk EXIF.