NirCmd – Windows command line tool

NirCmd is a small command-line utility that allows you to do some useful tasks without displaying a user interface. By running NirCmd with simple command-line options, or via a shortcut, you can decrease or increase the system volume, mute or unmute the system volume, speak the text currently in the clipboard or text file, change the default sound device, display a list of sound devices, change the volume of an app, change the display settings, turn off the monitor, open the door of a CD-ROM drive and more…

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Change Default Sound Device
List Sound Devices
Change System Volume
Change App Volume

foo_playcount ~ Foobar2000 playback stats

You can extend Foobar2000s functionality by increasing the information the player maintains. Installing the foo_playcount component allows Foobar to both keep track of additional data, and adds the following user available fields:

  • Date and time a track was first played ~ %first_played%
  • Date and time a track was last played ~ %last_played%
  • The number of times a track has been played ~ %play_count%
  • Date and time a track was first added to the Media Library ~ %added%
  • Song rating ~ %rating%

 

Song Rating Playlist Display

The songs rating can now be displayed in a playlist viewer in two ways:

  • On a 1 to 5 scale with %rating%
  • Displayed as up to five stars, “★★★”, with %rating_stars%
  • Displayed as five stars, “★★★☆☆”, with %rating_stars_fixed%

Note: This component should be installed at the same time as Foobar2000, if your goal is to have a complete play count history.

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PowerShell Audio – Automate conversions / tagging via command line or scripting

An extensible, multi-format audio conversion and tagging module for Windows PowerShell™

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