[quote=Al_Truist]I bought Jaikoz and Im very happy with it, thanks!
Thankyou, thats nice to hear.
- what about having a big part of the musicbrainz data stored locally, so that access is much faster? maybe just the most popular 3000 artists or so?
Well it would be impossible to have a big part of the data stored locally because its just too large. I could store a small amount but how do you select the largest artists, and of course the data will be out of date and will not reflect modifications since the data was dumped. There would be extra admin duties for me to keep it uptodate and it extra bandwidths costs I would have to take on. It would provide speed increases for some customers but I don’t believe it is a very flexible or scaleable solution. IF I had a lot more customers I could consider mirroring the MusicBrainz Server and providing higher throughput rates for jaikoz connections, but I have nowhere near enough customers at the moment to make this feasible. So for the moment with Jaikoz I aim to make it as automated as possible so for example customers can do their processing overnight with minimal impact.
2. It would be nice to have a one-button slolution for:
-loading all files in the music folder into jaikoz
-autocorrecting mp3s the offline way or the musicbrainz way, depending what is possible for each file.
-saving filenames accordingly to the tags
what do you think about those suggestions?[/quote]
The first 2nd and 4th options are already available in the AutoCorrecter. If we add Opening a Folder and Saving Files to the autocorrecter we could do what you suggest, yes I think that is a good idea.