o = EasyPythonMutagen('file.mp3') o.set('title', 'song title') o.save() o = EasyPythonMutagen('file.flac') o.set('title', 'song title') o.save() o = EasyPythonMutagen('file in id3_v23.mp3', use_id3_v23=True) o.set('title', u'title with unicode: \u0107') o.save() print(get_audio_duration('file.mp3')) print(get_empirical_bitrate('file.mp3'))
A few differences from Mutagen:
- You can use the same class and interface for different audio formats.
- You won't need to catch exceptions in case the mp3 doesn't have an id3 tag yet.
- You won't have to use a low level interface to write tags in id3v2.3, for compat. with Windows and smartphone apps.
It'd be nice to add id3v2.3 support in EasyID3 to the mutagen project at some point. In the meantime I'll use this wrapper.
Other small features of easypythonmutagen:
- Provides method to get the empirical ("actual") bitrate in addition to stated bitrate.
- The "get" methods directly return a value, instead of a list.
- Intentionally disallows adding unrecognized fields A typo like o['aartist'] fails instead of succeeding silently.
- Added a few fields, like 'Composer' and 'Website' for mp4/m4a.