Trying to get my id3 tags cleaned up and am loving id3v2 on the command line -- but I've been using it only with a *.mp3 wildcard and want to explore if there's a way to use it recursively so I can batch all of my MP3s. There doesn't seem to be an option to use it recursively.
I'm pretty sure all you awesome command line folks know of a sweet way to do this, but I am still learning my way through it...
Here's the commands I have aliased to brute force it:
id3v2 --remove-frame "COMM" *.mp3 id3v2 --remove-frame "PRIV" *.mp3 id3v2 -s *.mp3
So -- is there a way to do this recursively, so I can run it a the root of my music folder? Gravy points for: including other audio file types and collapsing all three commands above into one uber command (I can do this with the
; between commands... right?)