category: [ Powershell ] tags: [ GitHub Projects ] [ PowerShell ]
created: 16 Jul 2014 @ 08:11 modified: 24 Apr 2017 @ 13:57
I was looking for a PowerShell script that would remove all media tags (post coming) from a folder of music that I have and along the way I came across a blog post called PowerShell - Automatically organizing your mp3-collection. Although this wasn't exactly what I was looking for right now I gave it a try and then thought to share it after I made a couple of changes to make it work on my machine and categorize a bit more . You can grab the script off GitHub Gist organise-music.ps1.
Basically the script will take any structure of music and organize it into the structure below
%root% / %Album Artist%
%root%/ %Album Artist% / %Album Year%
%root%/ %Album Artist% / %Album Year%/ %Album Name%
You also don't need to have all your files in a single folder for this to work, it will recursively find matching file extensions ("*.m4a", "*.m4b", "*.mp3", "*.mp4", "*.wma", "*.flc") and then work out where each file should be placed, creating directories where needed and cleaning up empty directories and extra files when finished
Gordon Beeming works at Nologo Studios in the sunny city of Durban, South Africa. He is the Lead for the Data and Services Team and has a strong focus on Developer Efficiencies and R&D. When he's not hacking away at a keyboard in Visual Studio he'll generally be relaxing with his family or hitting the black top getting in some mileage. He is a Visual Studio ALM Ranger and Visual Studio ALM MVP.