Bliss is a web-based application that scans your music library for compliance with the rules you configure and fixes any issue that may occur.
For instance, it can fix any missing metadata information in your music collection and automatically find album art. You are the one who defines the rules. Bliss runs in the background and scans your music collection for any inconsistencies.
With Bliss, you will be able to automatically rename music files, find missing tags and configure allowed music genres in your collection. Also, you can move files and folders automatically.
Here are some key features of "Bliss":
· Fix missing tags
· Rename music files and folders
· Consolidate genres
· Search for album artwork
· Scan music collection
· Server based
· Easy to use
· It can only process 100 fixes
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· This emergency release fixes connectivity problems with bliss's online data source. Since Sunday our hosted MusicBrainz server has been inaccessible to bliss. This means metadata (except for cover art) lookup has been greatly impaired, as well as the functioning of the genre consolidation and canonical artist rules.
· The default file organization rule for VortexBox has been changed to be the same as the default VortexBox file pattern rule that is used by the VortexBox ripper when ripping CDs in the first place.
Made some changes to memory allocation. bliss on Windows and VortexBox now defaults to being limited to 256MB internal memory (bliss will actually use 50MB or so more than that). On Linux versions the default stays at 128MB but there's now a variable that can be set, BLISS_MAX_HEAP which you can use to set the allocated memory... e.g.:
· export BLISS_MAX_HEAP=512m
· Also fixed a couple of issues with scrolling through the albums and artists grid. When the albums- per-...