Quote: Doing a quick read around, it seems like this may be a problem with my upload client. Thanks so much to all of you for your support. Nyx Actually, yeah, it was a nice-to-have feature that I originally planned, and then forgot about! This may sound obvious but I have never used serato. . Its not that big a deal, just want to make sure it does not happen in the future. If you find any bugs or have some suggestions, feel free to email me at open. It's now been downloaded more than 20,000 times, which may not seem like that much to the big boys, but it kinda blows me away.
And maybe the way it's written won't work with the rest of the program? It also gives the user the option of only paying for what they plan to use and nothing else. Dunno if this helps anyone, but since I have been struggling for some time, I thought I post it here. Can't be mad because they finally want to make money. Quote: So I've been using Keyfinder for a while now, slowly 'keying' my entire library. I think you should work for Serato, see if you can sort them out to fix their bugs as quickly. I think you might be right with the upload client call, my downloads say the file should be 20.
But next time there's a high profile comparison, hopefully it'll be a competitor. The 'copy from one field to another' function is awesome, but the fact I'm limited to a small selection of what's possible isn't so cool. The tool is called KeyFinder because I'm crap at naming things. Would reenabling the 32bit support be a big deal? Quote: that distortion is exactly what we were talking about! To fix the issue i use a program called mp3tag. I can't send a track for you, because it wants me to use Macs own e-mail system and i'm not using that and there are no actual e-mail address, so i could copy that info. Ist it possible to reenable that support? This may sound obvious but I have never used serato.
Could you send me some detail? This release also marks KeyFinder's first birthday! Quote: Back once again with the expected behaviour is KeyFinder v1. There's no way I could allow for all the possible choices that KeyFinder users have made. I'll give it a shot in the next release; it just makes building the supporting libraries etc a bit more tedious. Marv I don't plan to add this kind of thing to KeyFinder, for a couple of reasons. Back once again with the expected behaviour is KeyFinder v1. I just downloaded it for my Windows computer and it works fine, but what's different about it is that it doesn't show my itunes playlist under library which is also fine but on my mac it did show all my itunes playlist under the keyfinder library. The workflow I used is this: In Preferences chose what to write - Keys Where to write - Key Tag Overwrite Dragged files from crates Ran batch process When complete rescanned files in Serato Nothing in the key tag file Also ran a batch with the preference to append file name and that also didn't take.
It seems to run fine on C2Ds on 10. It supports a huge range of codecs thanks to , and writes to metadata tags using. Not trying to intimidate or imply anything. If you don't know what an option does, leave it alone. I'm on 32-bit and it now works pretty well for mp3's. Damn, those are really good ideas. Any fix or workaround yet? Hi, I'm getting the errors below when I attempt to run batch analysis on my serato crates, Serato Ver 2.
Useful key identification tool All aspects considered, KeyFinder is a simple yet very efficient piece of software which aims to provide you with the ability to determine the correct music key for one or more songs simultaneously, in just a few moves. The issue I was having was with mp4 video files, not mp3s, important to remember. I am on a Macbook pro running Lion and Serato 2. So the backup is just as corupted as the originals. My mistake, I know where it is and I'll try and get it patched in the next couple days. If anything, I'd argue they're making more.
But then again after you have most of your music labeled. I hope you got a first for all your hard efforts lol Serato does show the Key if that's what you are referring too. On many, the two systems will agree. Quote: So, Ibrahim, does this mean you aren't going to offer Keyfinder 2. I couldn't test the tag stuff much. Well I be moving onto the new ddj sx with the serato software when ever the boats come in! I originally made this back in 1994 when I was 17 and active in the argentine demoscene,. Some will have a huge effect on accuracy, some less so.
However, it is advisable that you only modify them if you know exactly what you are doing, otherwise you run the risk of affecting its accuracy. If you really rely on KeyFinder, your best bet is to try and find someone with the relevant skills and more time than me to build and distribute it. Can you maybe email a couple of tracks it refuses to write to? No music theory is required for using this tool. ~the Geek in the Basement. That's pretty small for a project with apparently a few hundred users.
I want to hear the difference from just a random mix to see if getting on the key detection train is worth it im gonna make a mix later tonight and post it with a few tracks analyzed with this program. I got good accuracy during my experiments but unfortunately I didn't test it on a wide selection of music. Apologies for the daft bug. I see on your website that you received the data back at the end of October, and it'd be great if you could let us know how it's going. So theyve must have found some kind of workaround. I don't think it's a serious problem but okay. Quote: I used it once on Mountain Lion with no problems.