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Parsing ID3 Tags from MP3s using Python

April 22, 2010 by Mike
While working on my Python mp3 player I realized I needed to research what Python had to offer for parsing ID3 tags. There are tons of projects out there, but most of them appear to be either dead, don't have documentation or both. In this post, you will discover the wild world of MP3 tag […]

Getting Photo Metadata (EXIF) Using Python

March 28, 2010 by Mike
Last week, I was trying to find out how to get my photo's metadata. I had noticed that Windows could display the camera model, creation date and lots of other data on my photos, but I couldn't remember what that data was called. I finally found what I was looking for. The term is EXIF […]

Using Python to Reduce the Roaming Profile

February 9, 2010 by Mike
Roaming Profiles are a blessing and a curse. If the user uses the internet, their browser's cached files will grow like mad. If the user downloads programs to their desktop or creates large Powerpoint files anywhere in their profile, then they have to be managed whenever the user logs in or out. There are several […]

Enabling Screen Locking with Python

February 9, 2010 by Mike
A few months ago, my employer needed to lock down some of our workstations to be compliant with some new software we were installing from another government organization. We needed to force those machines to lock after so many minutes elapsed and we needed to make it such that the user could not change those […]

A Brief ConfigObj Tutorial

January 1, 2010 by Mike
Python comes with a handy module called ConfigParser. It's good for creating and reading configuration files (aka INI files). However, Michael Foord (author of IronPython in Action) and Nicola Larosa decided to write their own configuration module called ConfigObj. In many ways, it is an improvement over the standard library's module. When I first looked […]

The "Book" Controls of wxPython (Part 2 of 2)

December 9, 2009 by Mike
In the first part of this series, I wrote on all the non-agw notebook widgets included with wxPython. For this second article, I will be focusing on the two notebooks that are in the AGW library of wxPython. AGW stands for Advanced Generic Widgets, a set of widgets that are written in Python instead of […]
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