Need help with my Ipod, id3 tags etc...

Leo germani leogermani at
Thu Feb 7 17:14:33 GMT 2008

I use RhythmBox wich works fine for me. And I like that its easy to copy
songs from/to ipod, just drag & drop.

I dont use amarok, but it should have more features. But if you look for
something simple, functional and well integrated with the desktop
environment (gnome), rhythmbox is a good choice.


On Feb 7, 2008 12:19 AM, laurent.bellegarde <laurent.bellegarde at>

> adam faranda a écrit :
> > So I plugged my ipod into my laptop; studio had no problem mounting it,
> > and it read the file system no problem. I found all of my music in
> > several sub folders
> > inside the folder Ipod_control, however all of the files had these
> > weird names in some kind
> > of four letter code. However, audacious could play the files, and get
> > song info from the ID3
> > tags. I was wondering if there was a program, or shell script or
> > something that I could
> > use to automatically read the song / artist name from the ID3 tags,
> > and re-name the files, so I
> > don't have to sit there and do it by hand. I was also wondering what
> > program some of you
> > might recommend to manage my music collection, and interface with my
> > ipod. I'm using the
> > standard gnome version of ubuntustudio.
> Hello,
> I have an audio ipod 1Go nano. For connexion, transfering, editing
> music, you can use, gtkpod, simple, working fast, or more complicated,
> amarok, with many features for ipod and music in general.
> The both software are in ubuntu repository and you can install them by
> synaptic.
> Bye, hope it help,
> Laurent
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