Source code for eyed3.id3.frames

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from io import BytesIO
from codecs import ascii_encode
from collections import namedtuple

from .. import core
from ..utils import requireUnicode, requireBytes
from ..utils.binfuncs import (bin2bytes, bin2dec, bytes2bin, dec2bin,
                              bytes2dec, dec2bytes)
from ..compat import unicode, UnicodeType, BytesType, byteiter
from .. import Error
from . import ID3_V2, ID3_V2_3, ID3_V2_4
               UTF_16_ENCODING, DEFAULT_LANG)
from .headers import FrameHeader

from ..utils.log import getLogger
log = getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class FrameException(Error): pass
[docs]class Frame(object): @requireBytes(1) def __init__(self, id): = id self.header = None self.decompressed_size = 0 self.group_id = None self.encrypt_method = None = None self.data_len = 0 self._encoding = None @property def header(self): return self._header @header.setter def header(self, h): self._header = h @requireBytes(1) def parse(self, data, frame_header): = self.header = frame_header = self._disassembleFrame(data)
[docs] def render(self): return self._assembleFrame(
def __lt__(self, other): return <
[docs] @staticmethod def decompress(data): import zlib log.debug("before decompression: %d bytes" % len(data)) data = zlib.decompress(data, 15) log.debug("after decompression: %d bytes" % len(data)) return data
[docs] @staticmethod def compress(data): import zlib log.debug("before compression: %d bytes" % len(data)) data = zlib.compress(data) log.debug("after compression: %d bytes" % len(data)) return data
[docs] @staticmethod def decrypt(data): raise NotImplementedError("Frame decryption not yet supported")
[docs] @staticmethod def encrypt(data): raise NotImplementedError("Frame encryption not yet supported")
@requireBytes(1) def _disassembleFrame(self, data): assert(self.header) header = self.header # Format flags in the frame header may add extra data to the # beginning of this data. if header.minor_version <= 3: # 2.3: compression(4), encryption(1), group(1) if header.compressed: self.decompressed_size = bin2dec(bytes2bin(data[:4])) data = data[4:] log.debug("Decompressed Size: %d" % self.decompressed_size) if header.encrypted: self.encrypt_method = bin2dec(bytes2bin(data[0:1])) data = data[1:] log.debug("Encryption Method: %d" % self.encrypt_method) if header.grouped: self.group_id = bin2dec(bytes2bin(data[0:1])) data = data[1:] log.debug("Group ID: %d" % self.group_id) else: # 2.4: group(1), encrypted(1), data_length_indicator (4,7) if header.grouped: self.group_id = bin2dec(bytes2bin(data[0:1])) log.debug("Group ID: %d" % self.group_id) data = data[1:] if header.encrypted: self.encrypt_method = bin2dec(bytes2bin(data[0:1])) data = data[1:] log.debug("Encryption Method: %d" % self.encrypt_method) if header.data_length_indicator: self.data_len = bin2dec(bytes2bin(data[:4], 7)) data = data[4:] log.debug("Data Length: %d" % self.data_len) if header.compressed: self.decompressed_size = self.data_len log.debug("Decompressed Size: %d" % self.decompressed_size) if header.minor_version == 4 and header.unsync: data = deunsyncData(data) if header.encrypted: data = self.decrypt(data) if header.compressed: data = self.decompress(data) return data @requireBytes(1) def _assembleFrame(self, data): assert(self.header) header = self.header # eyeD3 never writes unsync'd frames header.unsync = False format_data = b"" if header.minor_version == 3: if header.compressed: format_data += bin2bytes(dec2bin(len(data), 32)) if header.encrypted: format_data += bin2bytes(dec2bin(self.encrypt_method, 8)) if header.grouped: format_data += bin2bytes(dec2bin(self.group_id, 8)) else: if header.grouped: format_data += bin2bytes(dec2bin(self.group_id, 8)) if header.encrypted: format_data += bin2bytes(dec2bin(self.encrypt_method, 8)) if header.compressed or header.data_length_indicator: header.data_length_indicator = 1 format_data += bin2bytes(dec2bin(len(data), 32)) if header.compressed: data = self.compress(data) if header.encrypted: data = self.encrypt(data) = format_data + data return header.render(len( + @property def text_delim(self): assert(self.encoding is not None) return b"\x00\x00" if self.encoding in (UTF_16_ENCODING, UTF_16BE_ENCODING) else b"\x00" def _initEncoding(self): assert(self.header.version and len(self.header.version) == 3) if self.encoding is not None: # Make sure the encoding is valid for this version if self.header.version[:2] < (2, 4): if self.header.version[0] == 1: self.encoding = LATIN1_ENCODING else: if self.encoding > UTF_16_ENCODING: # v2.3 cannot do utf16 BE or utf8 self.encoding = UTF_16_ENCODING else: if self.header.version[:2] < (2, 4): if self.header.version[0] == 2: self.encoding = UTF_16_ENCODING else: self.encoding = LATIN1_ENCODING else: self.encoding = UTF_8_ENCODING @property def encoding(self): return self._encoding @encoding.setter def encoding(self, enc): if not isinstance(enc, bytes): raise TypeError("encoding argument must be a byte string.") elif not (LATIN1_ENCODING <= enc <= UTF_8_ENCODING): raise ValueError("encoding argument must be a valid constant.") self._encoding = enc
[docs]class TextFrame(Frame): '''Text frames. Data string format: encoding (one byte) + text ''' @requireUnicode("text") def __init__(self, id, text=None): super(TextFrame, self).__init__(id) assert([0:1] == b'T' or in [b"XSOA", b"XSOP", b"XSOT", b"XDOR", b"WFED"]) self.text = text or u"" @property def text(self): return self._text @text.setter @requireUnicode(1) def text(self, txt): self._text = txt
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): super(TextFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) self.encoding =[0:1] self.text = decodeUnicode([1:], self.encoding) log.debug("TextFrame text: %s" % self.text)
[docs] def render(self): self._initEncoding() = (self.encoding + self.text.encode(id3EncodingToString(self.encoding))) assert(type( == BytesType) return super(TextFrame, self).render()
[docs]class UserTextFrame(TextFrame): @requireUnicode("description", "text") def __init__(self, id=USERTEXT_FID, description=u"", text=u""): super(UserTextFrame, self).__init__(id, text=text) self.description = description @property def description(self): return self._description @description.setter @requireUnicode(1) def description(self, txt): self._description = txt
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): '''Data string format: encoding (one byte) + description + b"\x00" + text ''' # Calling Frame, not TextFrame implementation here since TextFrame # does not know about description Frame.parse(self, data, frame_header) self.encoding = encoding =[0:1] (d, t) = splitUnicode([1:], encoding) self.description = decodeUnicode(d, encoding) log.debug("UserTextFrame description: %s" % self.description) self.text = decodeUnicode(t, encoding) log.debug("UserTextFrame text: %s" % self.text)
[docs] def render(self): self._initEncoding() data = (self.encoding + self.description.encode(id3EncodingToString(self.encoding)) + self.text_delim + self.text.encode(id3EncodingToString(self.encoding))) = data # Calling Frame, not the base return Frame.render(self)
[docs]class DateFrame(TextFrame): def __init__(self, id, date=u""): assert(id in DATE_FIDS or id in DEPRECATED_DATE_FIDS) super(DateFrame, self).__init__(id, text=unicode(date)) = self.text self.encoding = LATIN1_ENCODING
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): super(DateFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) try: if self.text: _ = core.Date.parse(self.text) # noqa except ValueError: # Date is invalid, log it and reset. core.parseError(FrameException(u"Invalid date: " + self.text)) self.text = u''
@property def date(self): return core.Date.parse(self.text.encode("latin1")) if self.text \ else None # \a date Either an ISO 8601 date string or a eyed3.core.Date object. @date.setter def date(self, date): if not date: self.text = u"" return try: if type(date) is str: date = core.Date.parse(date) elif type(date) is unicode: date = core.Date.parse(date.encode("latin1")) elif not isinstance(date, core.Date): raise TypeError("str, unicode, and eyed3.core.Date type " "expected") except ValueError: log.warning("Invalid date text: %s" % date) self.text = u"" return self.text = unicode(str(date)) def _initEncoding(self): # Dates are always latin1 since they are always represented in ISO 8601 self.encoding = LATIN1_ENCODING
[docs]class UrlFrame(Frame): @requireBytes("url") def __init__(self, id, url=b""): assert(id in URL_FIDS or id == USERURL_FID) super(UrlFrame, self).__init__(id) self.encoding = LATIN1_ENCODING self.url = url @property def url(self): return self._url @requireBytes(1) @url.setter def url(self, url): self._url = url
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): super(UrlFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) # The URL is ascii, ensure try: self.url = unicode(, "ascii").encode("ascii") except UnicodeDecodeError: log.warning("Non ascii url, clearing.") self.url = ""
[docs] def render(self): = self.url return super(UrlFrame, self).render()
[docs]class UserUrlFrame(UrlFrame): ''' Data string format: encoding (one byte) + description + b"\x00" + url (ascii) ''' @requireUnicode("description") def __init__(self, id=USERURL_FID, description=u"", url=b""): UrlFrame.__init__(self, id, url=url) assert( == USERURL_FID) self.description = description @property def description(self): return self._description @description.setter @requireUnicode(1) def description(self, desc): self._description = desc
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): # Calling Frame and NOT UrlFrame to get the basic disassemble behavior # UrlFrame would be confused by the encoding, desc, etc. super(UserUrlFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) self.encoding = encoding =[0:1] (d, u) = splitUnicode([1:], encoding) self.description = decodeUnicode(d, encoding) log.debug("UserUrlFrame description: %s" % self.description) # The URL is ascii, ensure try: self.url = unicode(u, "ascii").encode("ascii") except UnicodeDecodeError: log.warning("Non ascii url, clearing.") self.url = "" log.debug("UserUrlFrame text: %s" % self.url)
[docs] def render(self): self._initEncoding() data = (self.encoding + self.description.encode(id3EncodingToString(self.encoding)) + self.text_delim + self.url) = data # Calling Frame, not the base. return Frame.render(self)
## # Data string format: # <Header for 'Attached picture', ID: "APIC"> # Text encoding $xx # MIME type <text string> $00 # Picture type $xx # Description <text string according to encoding> $00 (00) # Picture data <binary data>
[docs]class ImageFrame(Frame): OTHER = 0x00 # noqa ICON = 0x01 # 32x32 png only. # noqa OTHER_ICON = 0x02 # noqa FRONT_COVER = 0x03 # noqa BACK_COVER = 0x04 # noqa LEAFLET = 0x05 # noqa MEDIA = 0x06 # label side of cd, vinyl, etc. # noqa LEAD_ARTIST = 0x07 # noqa ARTIST = 0x08 # noqa CONDUCTOR = 0x09 # noqa BAND = 0x0A # noqa COMPOSER = 0x0B # noqa LYRICIST = 0x0C # noqa RECORDING_LOCATION = 0x0D # noqa DURING_RECORDING = 0x0E # noqa DURING_PERFORMANCE = 0x0F # noqa VIDEO = 0x10 # noqa BRIGHT_COLORED_FISH = 0x11 # There's always room for porno. # noqa ILLUSTRATION = 0x12 # noqa BAND_LOGO = 0x13 # noqa PUBLISHER_LOGO = 0x14 # noqa MIN_TYPE = OTHER # noqa MAX_TYPE = PUBLISHER_LOGO # noqa URL_MIME_TYPE = b"-->" # noqa URL_MIME_TYPE_STR = u"-->" # noqa URL_MIME_TYPE_VALUES = (URL_MIME_TYPE, URL_MIME_TYPE_STR) @requireUnicode("description") def __init__(self, id=IMAGE_FID, description=u"", image_data=None, image_url=None, picture_type=None, mime_type=None): assert(id == IMAGE_FID) super(ImageFrame, self).__init__(id) self.description = description self.image_data = image_data self.image_url = image_url self.picture_type = picture_type self.mime_type = mime_type @property def description(self): return self._description @description.setter @requireUnicode(1) def description(self, d): self._description = d @property def mime_type(self): return unicode(self._mime_type, "ascii") @mime_type.setter def mime_type(self, m): m = m or b'' self._mime_type = m if isinstance(m, BytesType) else m.encode('ascii') @property def picture_type(self): return self._pic_type @picture_type.setter def picture_type(self, t): if t is not None and (t < ImageFrame.MIN_TYPE or t > ImageFrame.MAX_TYPE): raise ValueError("Invalid picture_type: %d" % t) self._pic_type = t
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): super(ImageFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) input = BytesIO( log.debug("APIC frame data size: %d" % len( self.encoding = encoding = # Mime type self._mime_type = b"" if frame_header.minor_version != 2: ch = while ch and ch != b"\x00": self._mime_type += ch ch = else: # v2.2 (OBSOLETE) special case self._mime_type = log.debug("APIC mime type: %s" % self._mime_type) if not self._mime_type: core.parseError(FrameException("APIC frame does not contain a mime " "type")) if (self._mime_type != self.URL_MIME_TYPE and self._mime_type.find(b"/") == -1): self._mime_type = b"image/" + self._mime_type pt = ord( log.debug("Initial APIC picture type: %d" % pt) if pt < self.MIN_TYPE or pt > self.MAX_TYPE: core.parseError(FrameException("Invalid APIC picture type: %d" % pt)) self.picture_type = self.OTHER else: self.picture_type = pt log.debug("APIC picture type: %d" % self.picture_type) self.desciption = u"" # Remaining data is a NULL separated description and image data buffer = input.close() (desc, img) = splitUnicode(buffer, encoding) log.debug("description len: %d" % len(desc)) log.debug("image len: %d" % len(img)) self.description = decodeUnicode(desc, encoding) log.debug("APIC description: %s" % self.description) if self._mime_type.find(self.URL_MIME_TYPE) != -1: self.image_data = None self.image_url = img log.debug("APIC image URL: %s" % len(self.image_url.decode("ascii"))) else: self.image_data = img self.image_url = None log.debug("APIC image data: %d bytes" % len(self.image_data)) if not self.image_data and not self.image_url: core.parseError(FrameException("APIC frame does not contain image " "data/url"))
[docs] def render(self): # some code has problems with image descriptions encoded <> latin1 # namely mp3diags: work around the problem by forcing latin1 encoding # for empty descriptions, which is by far the most common case anyway if self.description: self._initEncoding() else: self.encoding = LATIN1_ENCODING if not self.image_data and self.image_url: self._mime_type = self.URL_MIME_TYPE data = (self.encoding + self._mime_type + b"\x00" + bin2bytes(dec2bin(self.picture_type, 8)) + self.description.encode(id3EncodingToString(self.encoding)) + self.text_delim) if self.image_data: data += self.image_data elif self.image_url: data += self.image_url = data return super(ImageFrame, self).render()
[docs] @staticmethod def picTypeToString(t): if t == ImageFrame.OTHER: return "OTHER" elif t == ImageFrame.ICON: return "ICON" elif t == ImageFrame.OTHER_ICON: return "OTHER_ICON" elif t == ImageFrame.FRONT_COVER: return "FRONT_COVER" elif t == ImageFrame.BACK_COVER: return "BACK_COVER" elif t == ImageFrame.LEAFLET: return "LEAFLET" elif t == ImageFrame.MEDIA: return "MEDIA" elif t == ImageFrame.LEAD_ARTIST: return "LEAD_ARTIST" elif t == ImageFrame.ARTIST: return "ARTIST" elif t == ImageFrame.CONDUCTOR: return "CONDUCTOR" elif t == ImageFrame.BAND: return "BAND" elif t == ImageFrame.COMPOSER: return "COMPOSER" elif t == ImageFrame.LYRICIST: return "LYRICIST" elif t == ImageFrame.RECORDING_LOCATION: return "RECORDING_LOCATION" elif t == ImageFrame.DURING_RECORDING: return "DURING_RECORDING" elif t == ImageFrame.DURING_PERFORMANCE: return "DURING_PERFORMANCE" elif t == ImageFrame.VIDEO: return "VIDEO" elif t == ImageFrame.BRIGHT_COLORED_FISH: return "BRIGHT_COLORED_FISH" elif t == ImageFrame.ILLUSTRATION: return "ILLUSTRATION" elif t == ImageFrame.BAND_LOGO: return "BAND_LOGO" elif t == ImageFrame.PUBLISHER_LOGO: return "PUBLISHER_LOGO" else: raise ValueError("Invalid APIC picture type: %d" % t)
[docs] @staticmethod def stringToPicType(s): if s == "OTHER": return ImageFrame.OTHER elif s == "ICON": return ImageFrame.ICON elif s == "OTHER_ICON": return ImageFrame.OTHER_ICON elif s == "FRONT_COVER": return ImageFrame.FRONT_COVER elif s == "BACK_COVER": return ImageFrame.BACK_COVER elif s == "LEAFLET": return ImageFrame.LEAFLET elif s == "MEDIA": return ImageFrame.MEDIA elif s == "LEAD_ARTIST": return ImageFrame.LEAD_ARTIST elif s == "ARTIST": return ImageFrame.ARTIST elif s == "CONDUCTOR": return ImageFrame.CONDUCTOR elif s == "BAND": return ImageFrame.BAND elif s == "COMPOSER": return ImageFrame.COMPOSER elif s == "LYRICIST": return ImageFrame.LYRICIST elif s == "RECORDING_LOCATION": return ImageFrame.RECORDING_LOCATION elif s == "DURING_RECORDING": return ImageFrame.DURING_RECORDING elif s == "DURING_PERFORMANCE": return ImageFrame.DURING_PERFORMANCE elif s == "VIDEO": return ImageFrame.VIDEO elif s == "BRIGHT_COLORED_FISH": return ImageFrame.BRIGHT_COLORED_FISH elif s == "ILLUSTRATION": return ImageFrame.ILLUSTRATION elif s == "BAND_LOGO": return ImageFrame.BAND_LOGO elif s == "PUBLISHER_LOGO": return ImageFrame.PUBLISHER_LOGO else: raise ValueError("Invalid APIC picture type: %s" % s)
[docs] def makeFileName(self, name=None): name = ImageFrame.picTypeToString(self.picture_type) if not name \ else name ext = self.mime_type.split("/")[1] if ext == "jpeg": ext = "jpg" return ".".join([name, ext])
[docs]class ObjectFrame(Frame): @requireUnicode("description", "filename") def __init__(self, id=OBJECT_FID, description=u"", filename=u"", object_data=None, mime_type=None): super(ObjectFrame, self).__init__(OBJECT_FID) self.description = description self.filename = filename self.mime_type = mime_type self.object_data = object_data @property def description(self): return self._description @description.setter @requireUnicode(1) def description(self, txt): self._description = txt @property def mime_type(self): return unicode(self._mime_type, "ascii") @mime_type.setter def mime_type(self, m): m = m or b'' self._mime_type = m if isinstance(m, BytesType) else m.encode('ascii') @property def filename(self): return self._filename @filename.setter @requireUnicode(1) def filename(self, txt): self._filename = txt
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): '''Parse the frame from ``data`` bytes using details from ``frame_header``. Data string format: <Header for 'General encapsulated object', ID: "GEOB"> Text encoding $xx MIME type <text string> $00 Filename <text string according to encoding> $00 (00) Content description <text string according to encoding> $00 (00) Encapsulated object <binary data> ''' super(ObjectFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) input = BytesIO( log.debug("GEOB frame data size: " + str(len( self.encoding = encoding = # Mime type self._mime_type = b"" if self.header.minor_version != 2: ch = while ch != b"\x00": self._mime_type += ch ch = else: # v2.2 (OBSOLETE) special case self._mime_type = log.debug("GEOB mime type: %s" % self._mime_type) if not self._mime_type: core.parseError(FrameException("GEOB frame does not contain a " "mime type")) if self._mime_type.find(b"/") == -1: core.parseError(FrameException("GEOB frame does not contain a " "valid mime type")) self.filename = u"" self.description = u"" # Remaining data is a NULL separated filename, description and object # data buffer = input.close() (filename, buffer) = splitUnicode(buffer, encoding) (desc, obj) = splitUnicode(buffer, encoding) self.filename = decodeUnicode(filename, encoding) log.debug("GEOB filename: " + self.filename) self.description = decodeUnicode(desc, encoding) log.debug("GEOB description: " + self.description) self.object_data = obj log.debug("GEOB data: %d bytes " % len(self.object_data)) if not self.object_data: core.parseError(FrameException("GEOB frame does not contain any " "data"))
[docs] def render(self): self._initEncoding() data = (self.encoding + self._mime_type + b"\x00" + self.filename.encode(id3EncodingToString(self.encoding)) + self.text_delim + self.description.encode(id3EncodingToString(self.encoding)) + self.text_delim + (self.object_data or b"")) = data return super(ObjectFrame, self).render()
[docs]class PrivateFrame(Frame): '''PRIV''' def __init__(self, id=PRIVATE_FID, owner_id=b"", owner_data=b""): super(PrivateFrame, self).__init__(id) assert(id == PRIVATE_FID) self.owner_id = owner_id self.owner_data = owner_data
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): super(PrivateFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) try: self.owner_id, self.owner_data ='\x00', 1) except ValueError: # If data doesn't contain required \x00 # all data is taken to be owner_id self.owner_id =
[docs] def render(self): = self.owner_id + b"\x00" + self.owner_data return super(PrivateFrame, self).render()
[docs]class MusicCDIdFrame(Frame): def __init__(self, id=CDID_FID, toc=b""): super(MusicCDIdFrame, self).__init__(id) assert(id == CDID_FID) self.toc = toc @property def toc(self): return @toc.setter def toc(self, toc): = toc
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): super(MusicCDIdFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) self.toc =
[docs]class PlayCountFrame(Frame): def __init__(self, id=PLAYCOUNT_FID, count=0): super(PlayCountFrame, self).__init__(id) assert( == PLAYCOUNT_FID) if count is None or count < 0: raise ValueError("Invalid count value: %s" % str(count)) self.count = count
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): super(PlayCountFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) # data of less then 4 bytes is handled with with 'sz' arg if len( < 4: log.warning("Fixing invalid PCNT frame: less than 32 bits") self.count = bytes2dec(
[docs] def render(self): = dec2bytes(self.count, 32) return super(PlayCountFrame, self).render()
[docs]class PopularityFrame(Frame): '''Frame type for 'POPM' frames; popularity. Frame format: <Header for 'Popularimeter', ID: "POPM"> Email to user <text string> $00 Rating $xx Counter $xx xx xx xx (xx ...) ''' def __init__(self, id=POPULARITY_FID, email=b"", rating=0, count=0): super(PopularityFrame, self).__init__(id) assert( == POPULARITY_FID) = email self.rating = rating if count is None or count < 0: raise ValueError("Invalid count value: %s" % str(count)) self.count = count @property def rating(self): return self._rating @rating.setter def rating(self, rating): if rating < 0 or rating > 255: raise ValueError("Popularity rating must be >= 0 and <=255") self._rating = rating @property def email(self): return self._email @email.setter def email(self, email): # XXX: becoming a pattern? if isinstance(email, UnicodeType): self._email = email.encode(ascii_encode) elif isinstance(email, BytesType): _ = email.decode("ascii") # noqa self._email = email else: raise TypeError("bytes, str, unicode email required") @property def count(self): return self._count @count.setter def count(self, count): if count < 0: raise ValueError("Popularity count must be > 0") self._count = count
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): super(PopularityFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) data = null_byte = data.find(b'\x00') try: = data[:null_byte] except UnicodeDecodeError: core.parseError(FrameException("Invalid (non-ascii) POPM email " "address. Setting to 'BOGUS'")) = b"BOGUS" data = data[null_byte + 1:] self.rating = bytes2dec(data[0:1]) data = data[1:] if len( < 4: core.parseError(FrameException( "Invalid POPM play count: less than 32 bits.")) self.count = bytes2dec(data)
[docs] def render(self): data = ( or b"") + b'\x00' data += dec2bytes(self.rating) data += dec2bytes(self.count, 32) = data return super(PopularityFrame, self).render()
[docs]class UniqueFileIDFrame(Frame): def __init__(self, id=UNIQUE_FILE_ID_FID, owner_id=None, uniq_id=None): super(UniqueFileIDFrame, self).__init__(id) assert( == UNIQUE_FILE_ID_FID) self.owner_id = owner_id self.uniq_id = uniq_id
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): ''' Data format Owner identifier <text string> $00 Identifier up to 64 bytes binary data> ''' super(UniqueFileIDFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) split_data ='\x00', 1) if len(split_data) == 2: (self.owner_id, self.uniq_id) = split_data else: self.owner_id, self.uniq_id = b"", split_data[0:1] log.debug("UFID owner_id: %s" % self.owner_id) log.debug("UFID id: %s" % self.uniq_id) if len(self.owner_id) == 0: dummy_owner_id = "" self.owner_id = dummy_owner_id core.parseError(FrameException("Invalid UFID, owner_id is empty. " "Setting to '%s'" % dummy_owner_id)) elif 0 <= len(self.uniq_id) > 64: core.parseError(FrameException("Invalid UFID, ID is empty or too " "long: %s" % self.uniq_id))
[docs] def render(self): = self.owner_id + b"\x00" + self.uniq_id return super(UniqueFileIDFrame, self).render()
[docs]class LanguageCodeMixin(object): @property def lang(self): assert self._lang is not None return self._lang @lang.setter @requireBytes(1) def lang(self, lang): if not lang: self._lang = b"" return lang = lang.strip(b"\00") lang = lang[:3] if lang else DEFAULT_LANG try: if lang != DEFAULT_LANG: lang.decode("ascii") except UnicodeDecodeError: lang = DEFAULT_LANG assert len(lang) <= 3 self._lang = lang def _renderLang(self): lang = self.lang if len(lang) < 3: lang = lang + (b"\x00" * (3 - len(lang))) return lang
[docs]class DescriptionLangTextFrame(Frame, LanguageCodeMixin): @requireBytes(1, 3) @requireUnicode(2, 4) def __init__(self, id, description, lang, text): super(DescriptionLangTextFrame, self).__init__(id) self.lang = lang self.description = description self.text = text @property def description(self): return self._description @description.setter @requireUnicode(1) def description(self, description): self._description = description @property def text(self): return self._text @text.setter @requireUnicode(1) def text(self, text): self._text = text
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): super(DescriptionLangTextFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) self.encoding = encoding =[0:1] self.lang =[1:4] log.debug("%s lang: %s" % (, self.lang)) try: (d, t) = splitUnicode([4:], encoding) self.description = decodeUnicode(d, encoding) log.debug("%s description: %s" % (, self.description)) self.text = decodeUnicode(t, encoding) log.debug("%s text: %s" % (, self.text)) except ValueError: log.warning("Invalid %s frame; no description/text" % self.description = u"" self.text = u""
[docs] def render(self): lang = self._renderLang() self._initEncoding() data = (self.encoding + lang + self.description.encode(id3EncodingToString(self.encoding)) + self.text_delim + self.text.encode(id3EncodingToString(self.encoding))) = data return super(DescriptionLangTextFrame, self).render()
[docs]class CommentFrame(DescriptionLangTextFrame): def __init__(self, id=COMMENT_FID, description=u"", lang=DEFAULT_LANG, text=u""): super(CommentFrame, self).__init__(id, description, lang, text) assert( == COMMENT_FID)
[docs]class LyricsFrame(DescriptionLangTextFrame): def __init__(self, id=LYRICS_FID, description=u"", lang=DEFAULT_LANG, text=u""): super(LyricsFrame, self).__init__(id, description, lang, text) assert( == LYRICS_FID)
[docs]class TermsOfUseFrame(Frame, LanguageCodeMixin): @requireUnicode("text") def __init__(self, id=b"USER", text=u"", lang=DEFAULT_LANG): super(TermsOfUseFrame, self).__init__(id) self.lang = lang self.text = text @property def text(self): return self._text @text.setter @requireUnicode(1) def text(self, text): self._text = text
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): super(TermsOfUseFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) self.encoding = encoding =[0:1] self.lang =[1:4] log.debug("%s lang: %s" % (, self.lang)) self.text = decodeUnicode([4:], encoding) log.debug("%s text: %s" % (, self.text))
[docs] def render(self): lang = self._renderLang() self._initEncoding() = (self.encoding + lang + self.text.encode(id3EncodingToString(self.encoding))) return super(TermsOfUseFrame, self).render()
[docs]class TocFrame(Frame): '''Table of content frame. There may be more than one, but only one may have the top-level flag set. Data format: Element ID: <string>\x00 TOC flags: %000000ab Entry count: %xx Child elem IDs: <string>\x00 (... num entry count) Description: TIT2 frame (optional) ''' TOP_LEVEL_FLAG_BIT = 6 ORDERED_FLAG_BIT = 7 @requireBytes(1, 2) def __init__(self, id=TOC_FID, element_id=None, toplevel=True, ordered=True, child_ids=None, description=None): assert(id == TOC_FID) super(TocFrame, self).__init__(id) self.element_id = element_id self.toplevel = toplevel self.ordered = ordered self.child_ids = child_ids or [] self.description = description
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): super(TocFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) data = log.debug("CTOC frame data size: %d" % len(data)) null_byte = data.find(b'\x00') self.element_id = data[0:null_byte] data = data[null_byte + 1:] flag_bits = bytes2bin(data[0:1]) self.toplevel = bool(flag_bits[self.TOP_LEVEL_FLAG_BIT]) self.ordered = bool(flag_bits[self.ORDERED_FLAG_BIT]) entry_count = bytes2dec(data[1:2]) data = data[2:] self.child_ids = [] for i in range(entry_count): null_byte = data.find(b'\x00') self.child_ids.append(data[:null_byte]) data = data[null_byte + 1:] # Any data remaining must be a TIT2 frame self.description = None if data and data[:4] != b"TIT2": log.warning("Invalid toc data, TIT2 frame expected") return elif data: data = BytesIO(data) frame_header = FrameHeader.parse(data, self.header.version) data = description_frame = TextFrame(TITLE_FID) description_frame.parse(data, frame_header) self.description = description_frame.text
[docs] def render(self): flags = [0] * 8 if self.toplevel: flags[self.TOP_LEVEL_FLAG_BIT] = 1 if self.ordered: flags[self.ORDERED_FLAG_BIT] = 1 data = (self.element_id + b'\x00' + bin2bytes(flags) + dec2bytes(len(self.child_ids))) for cid in self.child_ids: data += cid + b'\x00' if self.description is not None: desc_frame = TextFrame(TITLE_FID, self.description) desc_frame.header = FrameHeader(TITLE_FID, self.header.version) data += desc_frame.render() = data return super(TocFrame, self).render()
StartEndTuple = namedtuple("StartEndTuple", ["start", "end"]) '''A 2-tuple, with names 'start' and 'end'.'''
[docs]class ChapterFrame(Frame): '''Frame type for chapter/section of the audio file. <ID3v2.3 or ID3v2.4 frame header, ID: "CHAP"> (10 bytes) Element ID <text string> $00 Start time $xx xx xx xx End time $xx xx xx xx Start offset $xx xx xx xx End offset $xx xx xx xx <Optional embedded sub-frames> ''' NO_OFFSET = 4294967295 '''No offset value, aka "0xff0xff0xff0xff"''' def __init__(self, id=CHAPTER_FID, element_id=None, times=None, offsets=None, sub_frames=None): assert(id == CHAPTER_FID) super(ChapterFrame, self).__init__(id) self.element_id = element_id self.times = times or StartEndTuple(None, None) self.offsets = offsets or StartEndTuple(None, None) self.sub_frames = sub_frames or FrameSet()
[docs] def parse(self, data, frame_header): from .headers import TagHeader, ExtendedTagHeader super(ChapterFrame, self).parse(data, frame_header) data = log.debug("CTOC frame data size: %d" % len(data)) null_byte = data.find(b'\x00') self.element_id = data[0:null_byte] data = data[null_byte + 1:] start = bytes2dec(data[:4]) data = data[4:] end = bytes2dec(data[:4]) data = data[4:] self.times = StartEndTuple(start, end) start = bytes2dec(data[:4]) data = data[4:] end = bytes2dec(data[:4]) data = data[4:] self.offsets = StartEndTuple(start if start != self.NO_OFFSET else None, end if end != self.NO_OFFSET else None) if data: dummy_tag_header = TagHeader(self.header.version) dummy_tag_header.tag_size = len(data) _ = self.sub_frames.parse(BytesIO(data), dummy_tag_header, # noqa ExtendedTagHeader()) else: self.sub_frames = FrameSet()
[docs] def render(self): data = self.element_id + b'\x00' for n in self.times + self.offsets: if n is not None: data += dec2bytes(n, 32) else: data += b'\xff\xff\xff\xff' for f in self.sub_frames.getAllFrames(): f.header = FrameHeader(, self.header.version) data += f.render() = data return super(ChapterFrame, self).render()
@property def title(self): if TITLE_FID in self.sub_frames: return self.sub_frames[TITLE_FID][0].text return None @title.setter def title(self, title): self.sub_frames.setTextFrame(TITLE_FID, title) @property def subtitle(self): if SUBTITLE_FID in self.sub_frames: return self.sub_frames[SUBTITLE_FID][0].text return None @subtitle.setter def subtitle(self, subtitle): self.sub_frames.setTextFrame(SUBTITLE_FID, subtitle) @property def user_url(self): if USERURL_FID in self.sub_frames: frame = self.sub_frames[USERURL_FID][0] # Not returning frame description, it is always the same since it # allows only 1 URL. return frame.url return None @user_url.setter def user_url(self, url): DESCRIPTION = u"chapter url" if url is None: del self.sub_frames[USERURL_FID] else: if USERURL_FID in self.sub_frames: for frame in self.sub_frames[USERURL_FID]: if frame.description == DESCRIPTION: frame.url = url return self.sub_frames[USERURL_FID] = UserUrlFrame(USERURL_FID, DESCRIPTION, url)
# XXX: This data structure pretty sucks, or it is beautiful anarchy
[docs]class FrameSet(dict): def __init__(self): dict.__init__(self)
[docs] def parse(self, f, tag_header, extended_header): '''Read frames starting from the current read position of the file object. Returns the amount of padding which occurs after the tag, but before the audio content. A return valule of 0 does not mean error.''' self.clear() padding_size = 0 size_left = tag_header.tag_size - extended_header.size consumed_size = 0 # Handle a tag-level unsync. Some frames may have their own unsync bit # set instead. tag_data = # If the tag is 2.3 and the tag header unsync bit is set then all the # frame data is deunsync'd at once, otherwise it will happen on a per # frame basis. if tag_header.unsync and tag_header.version <= ID3_V2_3: log.debug("De-unsynching %d bytes at once (<= 2.3 tag)" % len(tag_data)) og_size = len(tag_data) tag_data = deunsyncData(tag_data) size_left = len(tag_data) log.debug("De-unsynch'd %d bytes at once (<= 2.3 tag) to %d bytes" % (og_size, size_left)) # Adding bytes to simulate the tag header(s) in the buffer. This keeps # f.tell() values matching the file offsets for logging. prepadding = b'\x00' * 10 # Tag header prepadding += b'\x00' * extended_header.size tag_buffer = BytesIO(prepadding + tag_data) frame_count = 0 while size_left > 0: log.debug("size_left: " + str(size_left)) if size_left < (10 + 1): # The size of the smallest frame. log.debug("FrameSet: Implied padding (size_left<minFrameSize)") padding_size = size_left break log.debug("+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++") log.debug("FrameSet: Reading Frame #" + str(frame_count + 1)) frame_header = FrameHeader.parse(tag_buffer, tag_header.version) if not frame_header: log.debug("No frame found, implied padding of %d bytes" % size_left) padding_size = size_left break # Frame data. if frame_header.data_size: log.debug("FrameSet: Reading %d (0x%X) bytes of data from byte " "pos %d (0x%X)" % (frame_header.data_size, frame_header.data_size, tag_buffer.tell(), tag_buffer.tell())) data = log.debug("FrameSet: %d bytes of data read" % len(data)) consumed_size += (frame_header.size + frame_header.data_size) frame = createFrame(tag_header, frame_header, data) self[] = frame frame_count += 1 # Each frame contains data_size + headerSize bytes. size_left -= (frame_header.size + frame_header.data_size) return padding_size
@requireBytes(1) def __getitem__(self, fid): if fid in self: return dict.__getitem__(self, fid) else: return None @requireBytes(1) def __setitem__(self, fid, frame): assert(fid == if fid in self: self[fid].append(frame) else: dict.__setitem__(self, fid, [frame])
[docs] def getAllFrames(self): '''Return all the frames in the set as a list. The list is sorted in an arbitrary but consistent order.''' frames = [] for flist in list(self.values()): frames += flist frames.sort() return frames
@requireBytes(1) @requireUnicode(2) def setTextFrame(self, fid, text): '''Set a text frame value. Text frame IDs must be unique. If a frame with the same Id is already in the list it's value is changed, otherwise the frame is added. ''' assert(fid[0:1] == b"T" and (fid in ID3_FRAMES or fid in NONSTANDARD_ID3_FRAMES)) if fid in self: self[fid][0].text = text else: if fid in (DATE_FIDS + DEPRECATED_DATE_FIDS): self[fid] = DateFrame(fid, date=text) else: self[fid] = TextFrame(fid, text=text) @requireBytes(1) def __contains__(self, fid): return dict.__contains__(self, fid)
[docs]def deunsyncData(data): output = [] safe = True for val in byteiter(data): if safe: output.append(val) safe = (val != b'\xff') else: if val != b'\x00': output.append(val) safe = True return b''.join(output)
# Create and return the appropriate frame.
[docs]def createFrame(tag_header, frame_header, data): fid = FrameClass = None if fid in ID3_FRAMES: (desc, ver, FrameClass) = ID3_FRAMES[fid] elif fid in NONSTANDARD_ID3_FRAMES: log.verbose("Non standard frame '%s' encountered" % fid) (desc, ver, FrameClass) = NONSTANDARD_ID3_FRAMES[fid] else: log.warning("Unknown ID3 frame ID: %s" % fid) (desc, ver, FrameClass) = ("Unknown", None, Frame) log.debug("createFrame (desc:{}) - {} - {}".format(desc, ver, FrameClass)) # FrameClass may still be None if the frame is standard but does not # yet have a concrete type. if not FrameClass: log.warning("Frame '%s' is not yet supported, using raw Frame to parse" % fid.decode("ascii")) FrameClass = Frame log.debug("createFrame '%s' with class '%s'" % (fid, FrameClass)) if tag_header.version[:2] == (2, 4) and tag_header.unsync: frame_header.unsync = True frame = FrameClass(fid) frame.parse(data, frame_header) return frame
[docs]def decodeUnicode(bites, encoding): for obj, obj_name in ((bites, "bites"), (encoding, "encoding")): if not isinstance(obj, bytes): raise TypeError("%s argument must be a byte string." % obj_name) codec = id3EncodingToString(encoding) log.debug("Unicode encoding: %s" % codec) if (codec.startswith("utf_16") and len(bites) % 2 != 0 and bites[-1:] == b"\x00"): # Catch and fix bad utf16 data, it is everywhere. log.warning("Fixing utf16 data with extra zero bytes") bites = bites[:-1] return unicode(bites, codec).rstrip("\x00")
[docs]def splitUnicode(data, encoding): try: if encoding == LATIN1_ENCODING or encoding == UTF_8_ENCODING: (d, t) = data.split(b"\x00", 1) elif encoding == UTF_16_ENCODING or encoding == UTF_16BE_ENCODING: # Two null bytes split, but since each utf16 char is also two # bytes we need to ensure we found a proper boundary. (d, t) = data.split(b"\x00\x00", 1) if (len(d) % 2) != 0: (d, t) = data.split(b"\x00\x00\x00", 1) d += b"\x00" except ValueError as ex: log.warning("Invalid 2-tuple ID3 frame data: %s", ex) d, t = data, b"" return (d, t)
[docs]def id3EncodingToString(encoding): if not isinstance(encoding, bytes): raise TypeError("encoding argument must be a byte string.") if encoding == LATIN1_ENCODING: return "latin_1" elif encoding == UTF_8_ENCODING: return "utf_8" elif encoding == UTF_16_ENCODING: return "utf_16" elif encoding == UTF_16BE_ENCODING: return "utf_16_be" else: raise ValueError("Encoding unknown: %s" % encoding)
[docs]def stringToEncoding(s): s = s.replace('-', '_') if s in ("latin_1", "latin1"): return LATIN1_ENCODING elif s in ("utf_8", "utf8"): return UTF_8_ENCODING elif s in ("utf_16", "utf16"): return UTF_16_ENCODING elif s in ("utf_16_be", "utf16_be"): return UTF_16BE_ENCODING else: raise ValueError("Encoding unknown: %s" % s)
# { frame-id : (frame-description, valid-id3-version, frame-class) } ID3_FRAMES = {b"AENC": ("Audio encryption", ID3_V2, None), b"APIC": ("Attached picture", ID3_V2, ImageFrame), b"ASPI": ("Audio seek point index", ID3_V2_4, None), b"COMM": ("Comments", ID3_V2, CommentFrame), b"COMR": ("Commercial frame", ID3_V2, None), b"CTOC": ("Table of contents", ID3_V2, TocFrame), b"CHAP": ("Chapter", ID3_V2, ChapterFrame), b"ENCR": ("Encryption method registration", ID3_V2, None), b"EQUA": ("Equalisation", ID3_V2_3, None), b"EQU2": ("Equalisation (2)", ID3_V2_4, None), b"ETCO": ("Event timing codes", ID3_V2, None), b"GEOB": ("General encapsulated object", ID3_V2, ObjectFrame), b"GRID": ("Group identification registration", ID3_V2, None), b"IPLS": ("Involved people list", ID3_V2_3, None), b"LINK": ("Linked information", ID3_V2, None), b"MCDI": ("Music CD identifier", ID3_V2, MusicCDIdFrame), b"MLLT": ("MPEG location lookup table", ID3_V2, None), b"OWNE": ("Ownership frame", ID3_V2, None), b"PRIV": ("Private frame", ID3_V2, PrivateFrame), b"PCNT": ("Play counter", ID3_V2, PlayCountFrame), b"POPM": ("Popularimeter", ID3_V2, PopularityFrame), b"POSS": ("Position synchronisation frame", ID3_V2, None), b"RBUF": ("Recommended buffer size", ID3_V2, None), b"RVAD": ("Relative volume adjustment", ID3_V2_3, None), b"RVA2": ("Relative volume adjustment (2)", ID3_V2_4, None), b"RVRB": ("Reverb", ID3_V2, None), b"SEEK": ("Seek frame", ID3_V2_4, None), b"SIGN": ("Signature frame", ID3_V2_4, None), b"SYLT": ("Synchronised lyric/text", ID3_V2, None), b"SYTC": ("Synchronised tempo codes", ID3_V2, None), b"TALB": ("Album/Movie/Show title", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TBPM": ("BPM (beats per minute)", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TCOM": ("Composer", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TCON": ("Content type", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TCOP": ("Copyright message", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TDAT": ("Date", ID3_V2_3, DateFrame), b"TDEN": ("Encoding time", ID3_V2_4, DateFrame), b"TDLY": ("Playlist delay", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TDOR": ("Original release time", ID3_V2_4, DateFrame), b"TDRC": ("Recording time", ID3_V2_4, DateFrame), b"TDRL": ("Release time", ID3_V2_4, DateFrame), b"TDTG": ("Tagging time", ID3_V2_4, DateFrame), b"TENC": ("Encoded by", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TEXT": ("Lyricist/Text writer", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TFLT": ("File type", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TIME": ("Time", ID3_V2_3, DateFrame), b"TIPL": ("Involved people list", ID3_V2_4, TextFrame), b"TIT1": ("Content group description", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TIT2": ("Title/songname/content description", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TIT3": ("Subtitle/Description refinement", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TKEY": ("Initial key", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TLAN": ("Language(s)", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TLEN": ("Length", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TMCL": ("Musician credits list", ID3_V2_4, TextFrame), b"TMED": ("Media type", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TMOO": ("Mood", ID3_V2_4, TextFrame), b"TOAL": ("Original album/movie/show title", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TOFN": ("Original filename", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TOLY": ("Original lyricist(s)/text writer(s)", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TOPE": ("Original artist(s)/performer(s)", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TORY": ("Original release year", ID3_V2_3, DateFrame), b"TOWN": ("File owner/licensee", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TPE1": ("Lead performer(s)/Soloist(s)", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TPE2": ("Band/orchestra/accompaniment", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TPE3": ("Conductor/performer refinement", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TPE4": ("Interpreted, remixed, or otherwise modified by", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TPOS": ("Part of a set", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TPRO": ("Produced notice", ID3_V2_4, TextFrame), b"TPUB": ("Publisher", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TRCK": ("Track number/Position in set", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TRDA": ("Recording dates", ID3_V2_3, DateFrame), b"TRSN": ("Internet radio station name", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TRSO": ("Internet radio station owner", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TSOA": ("Album sort order", ID3_V2_4, TextFrame), b"TSOP": ("Performer sort order", ID3_V2_4, TextFrame), b"TSOT": ("Title sort order", ID3_V2_4, TextFrame), b"TSIZ": ("Size", ID3_V2_3, TextFrame), b"TSRC": ("ISRC (international standard recording code)", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TSSE": ("Software/Hardware and settings used for encoding", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TSST": ("Set subtitle", ID3_V2_4, TextFrame), b"TYER": ("Year", ID3_V2_3, DateFrame), b"TXXX": ("User defined text information frame", ID3_V2, UserTextFrame), b"UFID": ("Unique file identifier", ID3_V2, UniqueFileIDFrame), b"USER": ("Terms of use", ID3_V2, TermsOfUseFrame), b"USLT": ("Unsynchronised lyric/text transcription", ID3_V2, LyricsFrame), b"WCOM": ("Commercial information", ID3_V2, UrlFrame), b"WCOP": ("Copyright/Legal information", ID3_V2, UrlFrame), b"WOAF": ("Official audio file webpage", ID3_V2, UrlFrame), b"WOAR": ("Official artist/performer webpage", ID3_V2, UrlFrame), b"WOAS": ("Official audio source webpage", ID3_V2, UrlFrame), b"WORS": ("Official Internet radio station homepage", ID3_V2, UrlFrame), b"WPAY": ("Payment", ID3_V2, UrlFrame), b"WPUB": ("Publishers official webpage", ID3_V2, UrlFrame), b"WXXX": ("User defined URL link frame", ID3_V2, UserUrlFrame), }
[docs]def map2_2FrameId(orig_id): if orig_id not in TAGS2_2_TO_TAGS_2_3_AND_4: return orig_id return TAGS2_2_TO_TAGS_2_3_AND_4[orig_id]
# mapping of 2.2 frames to 2.3/2.4 TAGS2_2_TO_TAGS_2_3_AND_4 = { b"TT1": b"TIT1", # CONTENTGROUP content group description b"TT2": b"TIT2", # TITLE title/songname/content description b"TT3": b"TIT3", # SUBTITLE subtitle/description refinement b"TP1": b"TPE1", # ARTIST lead performer(s)/soloist(s) b"TP2": b"TPE2", # BAND band/orchestra/accompaniment b"TP3": b"TPE3", # CONDUCTOR conductor/performer refinement b"TP4": b"TPE4", # MIXARTIST interpreted, remixed, modified by b"TCM": b"TCOM", # COMPOSER composer b"TXT": b"TEXT", # LYRICIST lyricist/text writer b"TLA": b"TLAN", # LANGUAGE language(s) b"TCO": b"TCON", # CONTENTTYPE content type b"TAL": b"TALB", # ALBUM album/movie/show title b"TRK": b"TRCK", # TRACKNUM track number/position in set b"TPA": b"TPOS", # PARTINSET part of set b"TRC": b"TSRC", # ISRC international standard recording code b"TDA": b"TDAT", # DATE date b"TYE": b"TYER", # YEAR year b"TIM": b"TIME", # TIME time b"TRD": b"TRDA", # RECORDINGDATES recording dates b"TOR": b"TORY", # ORIGYEAR original release year b"TBP": b"TBPM", # BPM beats per minute b"TMT": b"TMED", # MEDIATYPE media type b"TFT": b"TFLT", # FILETYPE file type b"TCR": b"TCOP", # COPYRIGHT copyright message b"TPB": b"TPUB", # PUBLISHER publisher b"TEN": b"TENC", # ENCODEDBY encoded by b"TSS": b"TSSE", # ENCODERSETTINGS software/hardware+settings for encoding b"TLE": b"TLEN", # SONGLEN length (ms) b"TSI": b"TSIZ", # SIZE size (bytes) b"TDY": b"TDLY", # PLAYLISTDELAY playlist delay b"TKE": b"TKEY", # INITIALKEY initial key b"TOT": b"TOAL", # ORIGALBUM original album/movie/show title b"TOF": b"TOFN", # ORIGFILENAME original filename b"TOA": b"TOPE", # ORIGARTIST original artist(s)/performer(s) b"TOL": b"TOLY", # ORIGLYRICIST original lyricist(s)/text writer(s) b"TXX": b"TXXX", # USERTEXT user defined text information frame b"WAF": b"WOAF", # WWWAUDIOFILE official audio file webpage b"WAR": b"WOAR", # WWWARTIST official artist/performer webpage b"WAS": b"WOAS", # WWWAUDIOSOURCE official audion source webpage b"WCM": b"WCOM", # WWWCOMMERCIALINFO commercial information b"WCP": b"WCOP", # WWWCOPYRIGHT copyright/legal information b"WPB": b"WPUB", # WWWPUBLISHER publishers official webpage b"WXX": b"WXXX", # WWWUSER user defined URL link frame b"IPL": b"IPLS", # INVOLVEDPEOPLE involved people list b"ULT": b"USLT", # UNSYNCEDLYRICS unsynchronised lyrics/text transcription b"COM": b"COMM", # COMMENT comments b"UFI": b"UFID", # UNIQUEFILEID unique file identifier b"MCI": b"MCDI", # CDID music CD identifier b"ETC": b"ETCO", # EVENTTIMING event timing codes b"MLL": b"MLLT", # MPEGLOOKUP MPEG location lookup table b"STC": b"SYTC", # SYNCEDTEMPO synchronised tempo codes b"SLT": b"SYLT", # SYNCEDLYRICS synchronised lyrics/text b"RVA": b"RVAD", # VOLUMEADJ relative volume adjustment b"EQU": b"EQUA", # EQUALIZATION equalization b"REV": b"RVRB", # REVERB reverb b"PIC": b"APIC", # PICTURE attached picture b"GEO": b"GEOB", # GENERALOBJECT general encapsulated object b"CNT": b"PCNT", # PLAYCOUNTER play counter b"POP": b"POPM", # POPULARIMETER popularimeter b"BUF": b"RBUF", # BUFFERSIZE recommended buffer size b"CRA": b"AENC", # AUDIOCRYPTO audio encryption b"LNK": b"LINK", # LINKEDINFO linked information # Extension workarounds i.e., ignore them b"TCP": b"TCMP", # iTunes "extension" for compilation marking b"TST": b"TSOT", # iTunes "extension" for title sort b"TSP": b"TSOP", # iTunes "extension" for artist sort b"TSA": b"TSOA", # iTunes "extension" for album sort b"TS2": b"TSO2", # iTunes "extension" for album artist sort b"TSC": b"TSOC", # iTunes "extension" for composer sort b"TDR": b"TDRL", # iTunes "extension" for release date b"TDS": b"TDES", # iTunes "extension" for podcast description b"TID": b"TGID", # iTunes "extension" for podcast identifier b"WFD": b"WFED", # iTunes "extension" for podcast feed URL b"CM1": b"CM1 ", # Seems to be some script kiddie tagging the tag. # For example, [rH] join #rH on efnet [rH] b"PCS": b"PCST", # iTunes extension for podcast marking. } from . import apple # noqa NONSTANDARD_ID3_FRAMES = { b"NCON": ("Undefined MusicMatch extension", ID3_V2, Frame), b"TCMP": ("iTunes complilation flag extension", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"XSOA": ("Album sort-order string extension for v2.3", ID3_V2_3, TextFrame), b"XSOP": ("Performer sort-order string extension for v2.3", ID3_V2_3, TextFrame), b"XSOT": ("Title sort-order string extension for v2.3", ID3_V2_3, TextFrame), b"XDOR": ("MusicBrainz release date (full) extension for v2.3", ID3_V2_3, DateFrame), b"TSO2": ("Album artist sort-order used in iTunes and Picard", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"TSOC": ("Composer sort-order used in iTunes and Picard", ID3_V2, TextFrame), b"PCST": ("iTunes extension; marks the file as a podcast", ID3_V2, apple.PCST), b"TKWD": ("iTunes extension; podcast keywords?", ID3_V2, apple.TKWD), b"TDES": ("iTunes extension; podcast description?", ID3_V2, apple.TDES), b"TGID": ("iTunes extension; podcast ?????", ID3_V2, apple.TGID), b"WFED": ("iTunes extension; podcast feed URL?", ID3_V2, apple.WFED), b"TCAT": ("iTunes extension; podcast category.", ID3_V2, TextFrame), }