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Automatic Tag Reading Suggestion

5 years 3 months ago #2996 by Jonathan Struebel
While working with the automatic tag extraction feature I came across a few things that would be nice to have. I'm not sure how difficult they would be to add, but if you could it would be great.

1) Ability to read the scripture reference from the tags. Right now we include the scripture reference for a sermon in the comments field as e.g. "Text: Genesis 1:1-4" without the quotes. If that could be extracted and added to the scripture field it would facilitate an automatic uploading of the sermon after it was converted to mp3. I envision that the "Text: " portion could be configurable so that someone could use "Passage: " or similar and that the entire reference would be on one line.

2) Ability to set the sermon date. Right now I save the file in the format YYYY_MM_DD_AM.mp3 so if the automatic tag reader could use that information to fill in the sermon date that would be excellent. As an alternate we could use some field in the ID3 tags to store the date info.

Any comments or refinements of these ideas are welcome. If I get some time I may look at implementing them myself and sharing the changes, but I'm not very familiar with PHP so it will probably take me a while to figure it out since I also have a day job. :)

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5 years 3 months ago #2998 by Thomas Hunziker
I could use the comment field for stuff like this without much effort. The filename would also be possible, but I'd prefer the comment field.

I would also prefer to have some defined tags which could be used. Rather than having a parameter that can be set by the user. We already have a lot of parameters in SermonSpeaker :-)

Also an automated creation of the scriptures would only be able for the "old" way of scriptures. That means no filtering/searching after bible books or translating of book names. It would be stored as a plain text.

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