I wanted to listen to an audiobook on my android phone, so I ripped it (using banshee) and copied the tracks, but "track 1" from disc 2 overwrote "track 1" from disc 2.
So this little ditty uses mutagen to rename them to "Disc 01 Track 01" and "Disck 02 Track 02" respectively.
I have since discovered that ripping this audiobook with iTunes (which consults Gracenotes where banshee consults musicbrainz) yields track names like 1a, 1b, 1c, ..., 2a, 2b, 2c, ... .
import sys import os
def fix(album): for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(album): for track in filenames: audio = mutagen.File(os.path.join(dirpath, track)) print audio['album'], audio['title'] t = "Disc %02d Track %02d" % (int(audio['discnumber']), int(audio['tracknumber'])) audio['title'] = t audio.save()
if name == 'main': album = sys.argv fix(album)