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Manual Reference Pages  -  OPERON (1)

NAME

operon - command line music tagger \$1 \n[an-margin] level \n[rst2man-indent-level] level margin: \n[rst2man-indent\n[rst2man-indent-level]] - \n[rst2man-indent0] \n[rst2man-indent1] \n[rst2man-indent2]

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Options
Command-overview
     Edit Tags
     Show file metadata
     Miscellaneous
Edit Tags
Show File Metadata
Commands
See Also

SYNOPSIS

operon [--version] [--help] [-v | --verbose] <command> [<argument>...]
operon help <command>

OPTIONS

-h | --help
  Display help and exit
--version
  Print the program version
-v, --verbose
  Verbose mode

COMMAND-OVERVIEW

    Edit Tags

add         Add a tag value
remove      Remove a tag value
set         Set a tag and remove existing values
clear       Remove tags
copy        Copy tags from one file to another
dump        Print all tags to stdout

    Show file metadata

list        List tags
info        List file information
print       Print tags based on the given pattern

    Miscellaneous

tags        List all common tags
help        Display help information

EDIT TAGS

    add

Add a new tag <tag> with the value <value> to all files.

operon add [-h] <tag> <value> <file>...
-h | --help
  Display help and exit
Example:
  operon add artist \(aqThe Beatles\(aq song1.ogg song2.ogg

    remove

Remove all values from the tag <tag> that match either <value> or the regular expression <pattern> from all files.

operon remove [-h] [--dry-run] <tag> (-e <pattern> | <value>) <file>...
-h | --help
  Display help and exit

--dry-run Print the results without changing any files
-e | --regexp <regexp>
  Remove all tag values that match the given regular expression
Example:
  operon remove artist \(aqThe Beatles\(aq song.ogg

    set

Replace all values of the tag <tag> by <value> in all files.

operon set [-h] [--dry-run] <tag> <value> <file>...
-h | --help
  Display help and exit

--dry-run Print the results without changing any files
Example:
  operon set artist \(aqThe Beatles\(aq song.ogg

    clear

Remove all tags that match <tag> or the regular expression <pattern> from all files. If --all is specified, all known tags will be removed.

operon clear [-h] [--dry-run] (-a | -e <pattern> | <tag>) <file>...
-h | --help
  Display help and exit

--dry-run Print the results without changing any files
-a | --all Remove all tags
-e | --regexp <regexp>
  Remove all tags that match the given regular expression
Example:
  operon clear -a song.ogg

operon clear -e \(aqmusicbrainz_.*\(aq song.ogg

operon clear date song.ogg

    copy

Copy all tags from the file <source> to <dest>. All tags in <dest> will be preserved. In case the destination format doesn\(aqt support setting a tag from source, no tags will be copied. To ignore tags that aren\(aqt supported by the destination format pass --ignore-errors.

operon copy [-h] [--dry-run] [--ignore-errors] <source> <dest>
-h | --help
  Display help and exit

--dry-run Print the results without changing any files
--ignore-errors
  Skip tags which the target file does not support
Example:
  operon copy song.flac song.ogg

    dump

Print all tags to stdout. The format is not specified. The data can be loaded again using operon load, given the same version was used to create the data.

operon dump [-h] <src-file>
-h | --help
  Display help and exit
Example:
  operon dump song.flac > backup.tags

SHOW FILE METADATA

    list

Lists all tags, values and a description of each tag in a table.

operon list [-h] [-a] [-t] [-c <c1>,<c2>...] <file>
-h | --help
  Display help and exit
-a | --all Also list programmatic tags
-t | --terse
  Output is terse and suitable for script processing
-c | --columns <name>,...
  Defines which columns should be printed and in which order
Example:
  operon list -a song.flac

operon list -t -c tag,value song.ogg

    info

Lists non-tag metadata like length, size and format.

operon info [-h] [-t] [-c <c1>,<c2>...] <file>
-h | --help
  Display help and exit
-t | --terse
  Output is terse and suitable for script processing
-c | --columns <name>,...
  Defines which columns should be printed and in which order
Example:
  operon info a.ogg

    print

Prints information per file built from tag values. The pattern can be customized by passing a pattern string (See quodlibet(1) for the pattern format)

operon print [-h] [-p <pattern>] <file>...
-h | --help
  Display help and exit
-p | --pattern <pattern>
  Use a custom pattern
Example:
  operon print -p "<album> - <artist>" a.ogg

COMMANDS

    help

operon help [<command>]
Example:
  operon help list

SEE ALSO

regex(7)
exfalso(1)
quodlibet(1)

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