This script allows the user to define their own reports. First choose the format and filename of the report. Then add columns and order them as you please. You can define the column headings and also format the data as you please. See the thread for details on the format field.
Last modified: March 16th 2013 (3 months and 3 days ago) - Support forum
This script creates a single HTML document listing all your artists, click to view their albums, click to view an albums tracks. Track and album display customisable with masks - includes album artwork!
Also allows you to copy all local images to a folder, and create a separate page for each artist and album. This means making an online catalogue of your music has never been easier!
There is an options pane which allows you to customise the output completely and remembers your previous settings!
Last modified: October 22nd 2012 (8 months and 27 days ago) - Support forum
This report is similar to the "Other Albums" panel on the MonkeyRok script, but works in batch. It queries Last.Fm and builds a list of all the albums by the artists you have selected, which you do not already have.
Last modified: February 17th 2011 (2 years and 4 months ago) - Support forum
This script was based HUGELY on MoDementia's 'NeedsAutoOrganise' script, but now I've written my own parsing algorithm.
The obvious difference is that my version works similar to my other node scripts in the sense that there is a report which runs in the background to populate the list. This is because it works for the whole library and therefore takes more time.
Now this script checks the full path of the mask, and creates a logfile when files do not match.
Last modified: October 30th 2009 (3 years and 7 months ago) - Support forum
This script is designed to help locate and remove duplicate tracks. For more information about how this is done please refer to the support forum. There is also the option to merge duplicate track data with the kept track.
This script allows you to select one of your synchronised devices and then checks all your synchronised tracks to see if any artist+title combination appears more than once. It then displays a report showing all the albums, grouped by artist, with the duplicate tracks highlighted.
This script creates a node under Files To Edit called Find Protected. This node is populated with all the tracks which have DRM protection.
To populate this node you need to run the report with the same name. It will take several minutes to populate, depending on the size of your library - which is why it is run in the background.
Last modified: November 29th 2007 (5 years and 6 months ago) - Support forum