Audio::TagLib::ID3v2::TextIdentificationFrame - An ID3v2 text identification frame implementation
use Audio::TagLib::ID3v2::TextIdentificationFrame; my $i = Audio::TagLib::ID3v2::TextIdentificationFrame->new( new(Audio::TagLib::ByteVector->new("TALB"), "UTF8"); $i->setText(Audio::TagLib::String->new("blah blah")); print $i->toString()->toCString(), "\n"; # got "blah blah"
This is an implementation of the most common type of ID3v2 frame -- text identification frames. There are a number of variations on this. Those enumerated in the ID3v2.4 standard are:
TALB Album/Movie/Show title TBPM BPM (beats per minute) TCOM Composer TCON Content type TCOP Copyright message TDEN Encoding time TDLY Playlist delay TDOR Original release time TDRC Recording time TDRL Release time TDTG Tagging time TENC Encoded by TEXT Lyricist/Text writer TFLT File type TIPL Involved people list TIT1 Content group description TIT2 Title/songname/content description TIT3 Subtitle/Description refinement TKEY Initial key TLAN Language(s) TLEN Length TMCL Musician credits list TMED Media type TMOO Mood TOAL Original album/movie/show title TOFN Original filename TOLY Original lyricist(s)/text writer(s) TOPE Original artist(s)/performer(s) TOWN File owner/licensee TPE1 Lead performer(s)/Soloist(s) TPE2 Band/orchestra/accompaniment TPE3 Conductor/performer refinement TPE4 Interpreted, remixed, or otherwise modified by TPOS Part of a set TPRO Produced notice TPUB Publisher TRCK Track number/Position in set TRSN Internet radio station name TRSO Internet radio station owner TSOA Album sort order TSOP Performer sort order TSOT Title sort order TSRC ISRC (international standard recording code) TSSE Software/Hardware and settings used for encoding TSST Set subtitle
The ID3v2 Frames document gives a description of each of these formats and the expected order of strings in each. ID3v2::Header::FrameID() can be used to determine the frame type.
Construct an empty frame of type $type. Uses $encoding as the default text encoding.
NOTE In this case you must specify the text encoding as it resolves the ambiguity between constructors.
This is a dual purpose constructor. $data can either be binary data that should be parsed or (at a minimum) the frame ID.
Destroys this TextIdentificationFrame instance.
Text identification frames are a list of string fields.
This function will accept either a StringList or a String (using the StringList constructor that accepts a single String).
NOTE This will not change the text encoding of the frame even if the strings passed in are not of the same encoding. Please use setEncoding(s.type()) if you wish to change the encoding of the frame.
Returns the text encoding that will be used in rendering this frame. This defaults to the type that was either specified in the constructor or read from the frame when parsed.
Sets the text encoding to be used when rendering this frame to $encoding.
Returns a list of the strings in this frame.
None by default.
Dongxu Ma, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (C) 2005 by Dongxu Ma
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.7 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.