I am just getting started with google-music-scripts, running on MBP (Catalina) in an attempt to address that Google Music Manager is no longer supported. I have about 4500 songs already uploaded and I have both new songs to upload and also some songs purchased on Play that I need to download to store on my NAS.
In running several tests using --dry-run, I get quite a few of the following message in stderr:AudioMetadataWarning:
Year frame values must be 4-character number strings.
I turned on verbose (using -vvvv), used -u on python3 to force unbuffered output and used 2>&1 to serialize stderr and stdout but the verbose messages I get all seem to pertain to files that are fine… I can’t tie any of them to the warning messages. I’m an old-time C programmer with limited python knowledge so my guess is that I’m just doing something wrong but I’ve tried everything I can think of. Is there some other cli option I should use? Surely there is a way to know which files are causing these warnings?
Also, I used a tag editor and scanned all my local files and find no years with text strings.