On 06/19/2016 03:11 AM, Alice Wonder wrote: > Hi All, > > Software patents suck but but unfortunately for speech, MP3 (also still > patented until end of next year) also sucks - for html5 audio served to > iPhones where Safari doesn't support Ogg Opus and where bandwidth may be > limited, AAC is a very attractive option. > > I have an AAC encoding solution for Linux but I don't have a way to tag > them. > > Anyone know of Linux command-line tagger for .m4a files that produces > tags that will work in iTunes? Preferably one that allows addition of > album art as well as text tags. Something like eyeD3 (python script) > would be great. > > Has to be command line so it can be automated on a server that does the > transcoding. > > Thanks for suggestions. Looks like python-mutagen might do it but it isn't nearly as abstracted as eyeD3 is. Looks like a weekend coding project to create a script that meets my specific tagging needs.