Audio::TagLib::MPC::File 1.42 reviewDownload
Audio::TagLib::MPC::File is an implementation of Audio::TagLib::File with MPC specific methods. SYNOPSIS use Audio::TagLib;
Audio::TagLib::MPC::File is an implementation of Audio::TagLib::File with MPC specific methods.
my $i = Audio::TagLib::MPC::File->new("sample mpc file.mpc");
print $i->tag()->title()->toCString(), "n"; # got title
This implements and provides an interface for MPC files to the Audio::TagLib::Tag and Audio::TagLib::AudioProperties interfaces by way of implementing the abstract Audio::TagLib::File API as well as providing some additional information specific to MPC files.
The only invalid tag combination supported is an ID3v1 tag after an APE tag.
new(PV $file, BOOL $readProperties = TRUE, PV $propertiesStyle = "Average")
Constructs an MPC file from $file. If $readProperties is true the file's audio properties will also be read using $propertiesStyle. If false, $propertiesStyle is ignored.
Destroys this instance of the File.
Returns the Tag for this file. This will be an APE tag, an ID3v1 tag or a combination of the two.
Returns the MPC::Properties for this file. If no audio properties were read then this will return undef.
Save the file.
ID3v1::Tag ID3v1Tag(BOOL $create = FALSE)
Returns the ID3v1 tag of the file.
If $create is false (the default) this will return undef if there is no valid ID3v1 tag. If $create is true it will create an ID3v1 tag if one does not exist. If there is already an APE tag, the new ID3v1 tag will be placed after it.
B The Tag is B owned by the APE::File and should not be deleted by the user. It will be deleted when the file (object) is destroyed.
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