Dnuos is a console program that creates lists of music collections, based on directory structure.
For example, a list might look like this:
Album/Artist | Size | Type | Quality =========================================================== Ambient | | | Alva Noto | | | 2001 - Transform | 70.9M | MP3 | -V2 2004 - Transrapid | 30.2M | MP3 | -aps 2005 - Transspray | 31.7M | MP3 | -aps 2005 - Transvision | 32.3M | MP3 | -aps Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto | | | 2002 - Vrioon | 72.6M | MP3 | -aps 2005 - Insen | 99.1M | MP3 | 320 C 2006 - Revep | 27.9M | MP3 | -V2n
The list format is completely customizable and can be plain text or HTML.
Dnuos supports MP3, AAC, Musepack, OGG Vorbis, and FLAC audio files. Quality profile detection is also supported, including LAME quality preset information.
Audio file information is saved to disk after a list is made for the first time, making subsequent lists much faster to generate. Only audio files and directories that have been changed since the last list was made are analyzed.
Dnuos is based on code from Oidua. Oidua makes similar lists, but is much older, has fewer features, and is no longer maintained.
Run dnuos --help for a full rundown of the available options.
Run setup.py with the version of Python you wish to install Dnuos with:
sudo python2.5 setup.py install
This will install Dnuos into your site-packages folder, and will add a console script named dnuos (usually in /usr/bin/ or /usr/local/bin/).
Once installed, open up your favorite terminal emulator and run dnuos. On Mac OS X, Terminal might be a good choice (located in /Applications/Utilities/).
There's no installation. Just extract the zip file where you want to install it. You can run the program in the command prompt with dnuos.exe.
After extracting Dnuos, press the Windows key and R to bring up the Run dialog. Type cmd and press enter to start the command prompt. Then type the drive letter the .exe is on, and cd to the directory with the .exe file. From here, simply run dnuos.exe.
- Version 1.0b2 (Dec. 7, 2007)
Updated and consolidated documentation.
Fixed setup.py sdist not including all files.
Fixed handling of MP3s with VBRI headers (e.g. made by Fraunhofer).
Fixed serious issues with ID3 code that made it probably never work.
Fixed an import of set() (should improve Python 2.3 compatibility).
Switched from pickle to cPickle (when available) and switched to the most efficient pickle format (should speed things up quite a bit).
Made cache directory finding more robust.
Added support for saving the cache mid-list, so if you cancel making a list, it'll cache what it already listed.
Added a friendly error message for output strings with invalid fields.
Added a Makefile that runs setup.py.
- Version 1.0b1 (Dec. 2, 2007)
Significant code overhaul.
Added audio metadata caching.
Added the ability to filter out directories with mixed files.
Added proper distutils/setuptools support.
Added AAC bitrate calculation support.
Added V output flag that prints the encoder info (only MP3s for now).
Cleaned up help message (uses optparse now).
Removed -m/--merge switch.
Dropped support for Python 2.2.
- Version 0.94 (Jan. 16, 2006)
- Fixed endianness issues on big-endian machines.
- Version 0.93 (Jan. 13, 2006)
Fixed regression with MP3 header detection.
Added experimental VBRI header support.
- Version 0.92 (Jan. 13, 2006)
The -l (LAME MP3s only) and -v (VBR MP3s only) switches now work in regular output.
Added -b switch. Allows filtering of MP3s with bit rates lower than specified by -b.
- Version 0.91 (Jan. 12, 2006)
- Made finding of MP3 headers more robust. MP3s encoded at -V 9 with LAME 3.97b1 no longer confuse Dnuos.
- Version 0.9 (Jan. 11, 2006)
- Finally forked Oidua! This is now DNUOS!
darcs get http://dnuos.tweek.us/darcs/ my-dnuos-repo
If you find any problems, please submit a ticket on the Trac site. The Trac site is for development, not support, so please don't submit help requests there.