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It drives me crazy to see non-compliant Albums in my Bliss list. But from time to time, especially for relatively unkown Albums, the informations found online are wrong. To get such a Album to show as compliant, I have to "fix" it to the wrong values.
So I think we need a Button:
"Okay, Bliss I've checked that manually and your informations, e.g. about the title name, are wrong"
Or short: A Acknowledge or Ignore Button next to the non-compliant thing.
Cuz... if I’m a registered fan, I don’t care cuz I have INFINITY FIXES MUAHAHAHA3 votes
I have a lot of live albums that have no cover art unless I find some photo of the artist and use that. The problem is, I have some artists with 20+ live albums, and changing each and every one can be time consuming. So this idea would be to allow for an optional default cover photo per artist that could be used when no album cover is present. It would be enabled/disabled per artist, making it optional.2 votes
Avoid reperforming checks against ruleset where check has already been run and no changes have been made to the underlying files. At present it seems like all rules are re-processed, artwork re-fetched etc.1 vote
I'm regularly collecting 5000x5000 or 3000x3000. You're still referring to 900x900 as large. I'd consider that the smallest I'd accept3 votes
I am using windows, macOS and Linux for my music library.
Sometimes I have issues when syncing to devices, or when creating playlists caused by non alpha numerical symbols.
It would be great if I could automatically replace these symbols like “/!*#+
Do you think this is a good idea and possible?
When attempting to consolidate from a longer list of genres to a smaller subset, I have some genres which I'd like to "Apply to all" instead of manually choosing each genre per album.1 vote
I believe I've discovered a bug with file naming in my library.
- albums must have year, and the year must match releases
- file path: <album artist>-<year>-<album name>
It seem like if there's multiple releases identified, and the 'year' for the releases has at least one with a 'year-month-day' value (2008-04-12), then the file path naming will break.
Maybe the bug is actually that it won't set the year if it's the long format noted above? Each of these albums ends up having an [Unset] year.
To resolve this, I manually go in, specify a 4-digit year…1 vote
I'd like to be able to include the ".." within a file path rule to allow for moving folders from one folder hierarchy to different folder hierarchy -- or specify the whole path.
Yes, I recognize that this would place the moved locations of the files OUTSIDE the current directory, but that's the idea -- moving from an "unsorted" to "sorted" folder (and the unsorted pile gets smaller and smaller.)
All new music gets put in a folder called "C:\freshRips"
Bliss monitors freshRips with a rule to save all music (after cover art has been applied, tags have been…1 vote
Pretty well as above and per my email.
There is no support from B&O for this that I am aware of.
A software patch to replace the existing (now defunct) code with Bliss would be popular , I guess and additionally get you continual sales of 'fixes'.
Also i would offer an annual limited or unlimited subscription to your customers, rather than the current unlimited option which limits your income to one offs.
Subscription software for HNW B&O owners will not be noticed and potentially carry on for years.1 vote
*Rule to move them to specific path
*Rule to update them if needed because other rules changes something
-> like renames or move files
*Rule to General try to fix them (search best matching files in bliss and correct the playlist file entry to the found file) -> this should be made manually but bliss can suggest the entry1 vote
It would be nice if added files got deleted cover automatically and then inserted new cover.
It is not always that purchased music has a good cover.
Bliss almost always finds better cover.
But bliss just doesn't delete the cover automatic and insert a new cover.
You have to do this manually2 votes
Some sort of search or filter on the CD name, or a keyword included in the title?
System is brilliant, but once you have edited a CD, you have to go back to see if you got it right, and I'm a bit lazy...1 vote
When bliss searches for suitable album art, it frequently comes back with a half-dozen or more options, with no obvious way to tell which one is "best." I usually try to pick the best color balance, or the sharpest edges (which in my own mind I equate to "better resolution").
I'd like to know the size of the images in ppi and x by y to help me make the best choice.1 vote
I have roughly 100 albums that bliss identifies as having no "folder.jpg" present. Many of the albums (if not all of them) do have artwork embedded in the tracks.
It would be nice if the embedded artwork were one of the choices available to populate the folder.jpg file.2 votes
This may be because I’ve used a Mac, forever, but I like to use typographer’s quotes (“” ‘’) instead of their ASCII equivalents ("" '')1 vote
On live albums, frequently multiple "songs" are preformed/recorded as one track. They frequently get titled with "/" separating the individual tunes:
"Goin' All the Way / Glendora"
In the handful of albums I've reconciled, so far, whitespace around the "/" appears to be haphazard, at best. I don't care strongly whether there is whitespace involved, or not, but I'd sure like it to be consistent. (I slightly prefer with whitespace)1 vote
I have an album entitled "7+ Inches of Love" and when I try to edit it, a page loads with tons of placeholder content, which never updates. Here is the URL:
Going back, and selecting a different album appears to work properly1 vote
I thought some of the capitalization fixes for words with apostrophes in them looked odd. For example:
"C'mon Jenny" as corrected to "C'Mon Jenny"
I did a little research (because, hey, I could be wrong) and came up with this well written, documented, description of capitalization rules for sentence case:
I'd be happier if Bliss used these rules.1 vote
I'm looking at the suggested corrections for some artist names in a compilation. The tooltip shows some information, but not really enough to make a good decision. Two examples:
Set ARTIST in 1-15 C.I.D.m4a to "Uk Subs"
(as mentioned in a separate request, "Uk" should probably be "UK". In my metadata, it probably is)
Set ARTIST in 5-04 Damaged Goods.m4a to "Gang of Four"
(You're probably fixing title case by lowercasing "of," but maybe it's the wrong band altogether. I'd like to know what I'm changing from.
And while I'm here, the tooltip is a slow mechanism to see these…1 vote
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