[ID3 Dev] Reading Tags into a Database

Paul Taylor paul_t100 at fastmail.fm
Sat Jan 8 12:16:30 PST 2011

On 04/01/2011 17:54, John Slane wrote:
> I hope this is a legitimate question for this mailing list.  Given the 
> audience, I figured it was worth a shot.
> Does anyone know of a software program (preferably free) that will 
> read the ID3 tags from a Windows folder full of mp3 files and pump 
> them into something like an SQLite database?  It would be important to 
> also capture the path to each file file location.
> I can do this using popular software like MediaMonkey, since its 
> "Library" is an SQLite database that contains the ID3 info and path 
> info for each file selected.  Songbird also creates an SQLite DB.  But 
> these are big programs containing players and other baggage.
> Is there something out there that will just collect the tag and path 
> info, and arrange it into a searchable/sortable database?
> Thanks!
You could try out my Jaikoz application http://www.jthink.net/jaikoz, 
its not free but there is a free trial , just load your songs and select 
Advanced/Export.. to export as a csv or .xls file

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