iTunes River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

The "iTunes Music Library" file contains a series of variable length blocks. The first part of the file refers to iTunes in general and to the number of playlists the file contains. The middle part holds all of the MP3 data, which is only stored once...

ADOPTME/Mac-iTunes-1.23 - 02 Jan 2015 00:09:41 GMT - Search in distribution

Apache::iTunes - control iTunes from mod_perl River stage zero No dependents

THIS IS ALPHA SOFTWARE. This module is currently unmaintained. If you want to take over the care and feeding, write to modules@perl.org. I am still developing Mac::iTunes, and this module depends mostly on that. This handler does most of the stuff I ...

ADOPTME/Apache-iTunes-0.12 - 01 Jan 2015 23:11:36 GMT - Search in distribution

Mac::iTunes::Library - Perl extension for representing an iTunes library River stage zero No dependents

A data structure for representing an iTunes library. The library keeps track of the number of tracks by each artist (a hash of Artist => num_tracks) and the number of songs in each genre (Genre => num_tracks). Additionally, the total playcounts for e...

DINOMITE/Mac-iTunes-Library-1.0 - 02 Dec 2010 06:27:12 GMT - Search in distribution

DB/Parse/iTunes.pm River stage zero No dependents

Audio::DB::Parse::iTunes.pm is used internally by Audio::DB. It's internal, private methods will be called when trying to create or update a music database using the 'itunes' option: $mp3->load_database(-dirs =>['/path/to/iTunes Music Library.xml/'],...

TWH/Audio-DB-0.01 - 27 Feb 2005 17:04:31 GMT - Search in distribution

Iphone::SMS - extract sms from itunes backup files River stage zero No dependents

VINIAN/Iphone-SMS-0.03 - 12 Nov 2013 08:57:11 GMT - Search in distribution

Net::iTMS - Interface to the information within the iTunes Music Store (iTMS) River stage zero No dependents

Net::iTMS is the main class (that is, the one you should be using) for interacting with Apple's iTunes Music Store (<http://apple.com/itunes/store/>). Currently, it provides means to access individual artist, album, and song information in the iTMS. ...

TSIBLEY/Net-iTMS-0.15 - 29 Mar 2005 14:52:51 GMT - Search in distribution

Audio::M4P - Perl QuickTime / MP4 / iTunes Music Store audio / video file tools River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

M4P is a QuickTime protected audio file format....

BILLH/Audio-M4P-0.57 - 23 Oct 2014 08:18:38 GMT - Search in distribution

psync - update copy River stage zero No dependents

psync does an update copy. It compares source directory and target directory at first, then erases items that are nonexistent on source directory if specified and finally copies everything on source directory. Items with the same modification date an...

DANKOGAI/MacOSX-File-0.71 - 19 Aug 2005 06:15:04 GMT - Search in distribution

App::MP4Meta - Apply iTunes-like metadata to an mp4 file. River stage zero No dependents

The "mp4meta" command applies iTunes-like metadata to an mp4 file. The metadata is obtained by parsing the filename and searching the Internet to find its title, description and cover image, amongst others. film The "film" command parses the filename...

ARJONES/App-MP4Meta-1.153340 - 30 Nov 2015 18:26:25 GMT - Search in distribution
  • mp4meta - Apply iTunes-like meta data to an mp4 file.

Image::ExifTool::TagNames - ExifTool tag name documentation River stage two • 21 direct dependents • 22 total dependents

This document contains a complete list of ExifTool tag names, organized into tables based on information type. Tag names are used to reference specific meta information extracted from or written to a file....

EXIFTOOL/Image-ExifTool-11.01 - 11 Jun 2018 12:18:41 GMT - Search in distribution

MP3::Tag - Module for reading tags of MP3 audio files River stage two • 5 direct dependents • 10 total dependents

"MP3::Tag" is a wrapper module to read different tags of mp3 files. It provides an easy way to access the functions of separate modules which do the handling of reading/writing the tags itself. At the moment MP3::Tag::ID3v1 and MP3::Tag::ID3v2 are su...

ILYAZ/MP3-Tag-1.14 - 28 Sep 2016 09:50:11 GMT - Search in distribution

Audio::Scan - Fast C metadata and tag reader for all common audio file formats River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

Audio::Scan is a C-based scanner for audio file metadata and tag information. It currently supports MP3, MP4, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, ASF, WAV, AIFF, Musepack, Monkey's Audio, and WavPack. See below for specific details about each file format....

AGRUNDMA/Audio-Scan-1.01 - 10 Jul 2018 03:13:30 GMT - Search in distribution

Music::Tag - Interface for collecting information about music files. River stage two • 10 direct dependents • 11 total dependents

Extendable module for working with Music Tags. Music::Tag Is powered by various plugins that collect data about a song based on whatever information has already been discovered. The motivation behind this was to provide a convenient method for fixing...

EALLENIII/Music-Tag-0.4103 - 21 Aug 2010 22:22:25 GMT - Search in distribution

Mac::Glue - Control Mac apps with Apple event terminology River stage one • 5 direct dependents • 5 total dependents

"Mac::Glue does AppleScript so you don't have to." If you have MacPerl *earlier* than 5.6, you should have the latest cpan-mac distribution: http://sf.net/projects/cpan-mac/ For Mac OS X, you should have the latest Mac::Carbon distribution: http://pr...

CNANDOR/Mac-Glue-1.30 - 03 Jan 2007 22:25:40 GMT - Search in distribution

MP4::Info - Fetch info from MPEG-4 files (.mp4, .m4a, .m4p, .3gp) River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

The MP4::Info module can be used to extract tag and meta information from MPEG-4 audio (AAC) and video files. It is designed as a drop-in replacement for MP3::Info. Note that this module does not allow you to update the information in MPEG-4 files. $...

JHAR/MP4-Info-1.13 - 30 Jul 2010 03:38:27 GMT - Search in distribution

Test::Image - test an image River stage zero No dependents

This modules is a "Test::Builder" compatible testing module for testing images. Calling the methods of this module prints out Test Anything Protocol output designed to be processed by Test::Harness during a "make test" or "./Build test". This module ...

FOTANGO/Test-Image-0.02 - 21 May 2007 15:05:14 GMT - Search in distribution

WWW::TasteKid - A Perl interface to the API of TasteKid.com River stage zero No dependents

TasteKid.com, Get suggestions of similar or related music (mainly bands), movies (titles mostly, some directors and actors) and books. Simply put, "I can help you explore your taste". Potentially discover a new band (movie/book) in the same 'ilk' as ...

DVWRIGHT/WWW-TasteKid-0.1.4 - 05 Dec 2012 05:46:15 GMT - Search in distribution

DBD::iPod - Connect to an iPod via DBI River stage zero No dependents

Connect to the iPod using Mac::iPod::GNUpod and present the iTunes database as a DBD datasource. You query the iPod's iTunesDB database using a subset of SQL. iTunesDB is currently *read only*, and thus only supports the SQL SELECT statement. We expe...

ALLENDAY/DBD-iPod-0.01 - 06 Jan 2005 07:41:40 GMT - Search in distribution

XML::RSS::Parser - A liberal object-oriented parser for RSS feeds. River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

XML::RSS::Parser is a lightweight liberal parser of RSS feeds. This parser is "liberal" in that it does not demand compliance of a specific RSS version and will attempt to gracefully handle tags it does not expect or understand. The parser's only req...

TIMA/XML-RSS-Parser-4.0 - 18 Nov 2005 18:33:44 GMT - Search in distribution

iPod::Squish - Convert songs on an iPod in place using lame or FFmpeg::Command. River stage zero No dependents

This module uses lame or FFmpeg::Command to perform automatic conversion of songs on an iPod after they've been synced. Since most headphones are too crappy to notice converting songs to a lower bitrate is often convenient to save size. Only files wi...

NUFFIN/iPod-Squish-0.02 - 28 Feb 2008 20:58:54 GMT - Search in distribution

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