Pinky-tagger

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Description:

Pinky-Tagger is the mass tagger for Linux written in C++ using the nice Qt4 widgets. Pinky-Tagger supports the MusicBrainz (PUID & TRM) service to find the correct tag information for your files automatically.
With Pinky-Tagger, you can manage your files, download cover, tag via an integrated expression scanner, tag via the MusicBrainz information or even listen to your files (external player support).

ilj

12 years ago

smells like an easytag clone. finally!

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luckyb

13 years ago


Installation went ok from source (at least no error messages).
I just can't find a way to run the thing !!!
Nothing in the menu or any bin folders

Running KDE 3.5.8 & PCLinuxOS 2007

Any help appreciated.
Judging from the screenshots Looks like the greatest tagging app ever.

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luckyb

13 years ago

Got it figured out

My bad.

A small confusion between qt3 and qt4 links & libraries
Works like a charm now.
Great app
:-)

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luckyb

13 years ago


Installation went ok from source (at least no error messages).
I just can't find a way to run the thing !!!
Nothing in the menu or any bin folders

Running KDE 3.5.8 & PCLinuxOS 2007

Any help appreciated.
Judging from the screenshots Looks like the greatest tagging app ever.

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mapi

13 years ago

Mandriva 2008.0 i686 rpm here:

http://mandriva.99k.org/

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edio
Sep 04 2010
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