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Antoine Jacquet [Mon, 11 Oct 2004 22:00:00 +0000 (00:00 +0200)]
* selection by genre was added (thank you Andreas Neuper)
* MP2 files are parsed for mp3 headers (thank you Andreas Neuper)
* added support for Musepack files with APE tag

CHANGELOG
Makefile
README
fapg.1
fapg.c
genres.h [new file with mode: 0644]

index c9a42c4..ff59438 100644 (file)
--- a/CHANGELOG
+++ b/CHANGELOG
@@ -1,5 +1,10 @@
 Change log file for FAPG
 
+version 0.30   (2004-10-12)
+       * selection by genre was added (thank you Andreas Neuper)
+       * MP2 files are parsed for mp3 headers (thank you Andreas Neuper)
+       * added support for Musepack files with APE tag
+
 version 0.22   (2004-06-02)
        * case-insensitive field names in Ogg Vorbis headers (patch by Jon Burgess)
 
@@ -15,4 +20,4 @@ version 0.1   (2003-10-05)
        * initial release
 
 version 0.0    (2003-10-01)
-       * beta pre-release
\ No newline at end of file
+       * beta pre-release
index 2949454..990ae9c 100644 (file)
--- a/Makefile
+++ b/Makefile
@@ -3,8 +3,8 @@ BIN = $(PRE)/bin
 DOC = $(PRE)/share/doc/fapg
 MAN = $(PRE)/share/man/man1
 
-fapg:fapg.c
-       gcc -o fapg fapg.c
+fapg:fapg.c genres.h
+       gcc -Wall -o fapg fapg.c
 
 clean:
        rm -f fapg
diff --git a/README b/README
index 9ed8009..7904dd2 100644 (file)
--- a/README
+++ b/README
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-FAPG 0.22 (Fast Audio Playlist Generator)
+FAPG 0.30 (Fast Audio Playlist Generator)
 site: http://royale.zerezo.com/fapg/
 mail: royale@zerezo.com
 
@@ -7,14 +7,16 @@ make
 make install
 
 usage:
-fapg [-b|--backslash] [-d|--debug] [-f|--format=m3u|pls|html] [-o|--output=/path/to/file.m3u] [-p|--prefix=/the/prefix] [-r|--recursive] [-w|--windows] /path/to/mp3/dir1 [/path/to/mp3/dir2 ...]
+fapg [-b|--backslash] [-d|--debug] [-f|--format=m3u|pls|html] [-g|--genre=#:#:...] [-o|--output=/path/to/file.m3u] [-p|--prefix=/the/prefix] [-r|--recursive] [-w|--windows] [-x|--exclude=#:#:...] /path/to/mp3/dir1 [/path/to/mp3/dir2 ...]
 - backslash : replace the '/' with '\' in Unix path. 
 - debug : display useful messages if the program fails ;) 
 - format : choose which format of playlist you want to generate (default is m3u). 
+- genre : choose which genres will be included in the generated playlist (default is all). 
 - output : choose the name of the playlist file to generate (default behavior is to display on standart output). 
 - prefix : replace the Unix path with another string (useful to give a Samba path for example). 
 - recursive : recursively read the subdirectories. 
 - windows : replace all Unix characters with Windows characters... 
+- exclude : choose which genres will be excluded in the generated playlist (default is none). 
 
 links :
 http://geek.scorpiorising.ca/scripts.html
diff --git a/fapg.1 b/fapg.1
index 096ddcf..e909bdb 100644 (file)
--- a/fapg.1
+++ b/fapg.1
@@ -7,11 +7,15 @@
 fapg \- Fast Audio Playlist Generator
 
 .SH SYNOPSIS
-.B fapg [-b|--backslash] [-d|--debug] [-f|--format=m3u|pls|html] [-o|--output=
+.B fapg [-b|--backslash] [-d|--debug] [-f|--format=m3u|pls|html] [-g|--genre 
+.I #:#:...
+.B ] [-o|--output=
 .I /path/to/file.m3u
 .B ] [-p|--prefix=
 .I /the/prefix
-.B ] [-r|--recursive] [-w|--windows] 
+.B ] [-r|--recursive] [-w|--windows] [-x|--exclude
+.I #:#:...
+.B ]
 .I /path/to/mp3/dir1 
 .B [
 .I /path/to/mp3/dir2 
@@ -19,7 +23,7 @@ fapg \- Fast Audio Playlist Generator
 
 .SH DESCRIPTION
 .B fapg
-is a tool to generate list of audio files (Wav, MP3, Ogg, etc) in various 
+is a tool to generate list of audio files (Wav, MP2, MP3, Ogg, etc) in various 
 formats (M3U, PLS, HTML, etc).  It is very useful if you have a large amount 
 of audio files and you want to quickly and frequently build a playlist.
 .P
@@ -36,6 +40,8 @@ Replace the '/' with '\' in Unix path.
 Display useful messages if the program fails ;) 
 .IP -f|--format=m3u|pls|html
 Choose which format of playlist you want to generate (default is m3u). 
+.IP -g|--genre=#:#:...
+Choose which genres (numerical values only) will be included in the generated playlist (default is all). 
 .IP -o|--output=/path/to/file.m3u
 Choose the name of the playlist file to generate (default behavior is 
 to display on standard output). 
@@ -46,6 +52,8 @@ for example).
 Recursively read the subdirectories. 
 .IP -w|--windows
 Replace all Unix characters with Windows characters. 
+.IP -x|--exclude=#:#:...
+Choose which genres (numerical values only) will be excluded in the generated playlist (default is none). 
 
 .SH EXAMPLES
 Generate a PLS playlist for an album:
@@ -56,13 +64,16 @@ audio files for Windows powered computers using Winamp. The directory
 on the server containing the files is 
 .I /samba/mp3 
 and is visible on the Windows network as 
-.I \\\\\\\server\\\mp3
+.I \\\\\\\\server\\\\mp3
 :
-.B fapg --backslash --output=/samba/mp3/list.m3u --prefix='\\server\mp3\' --recursive --windows /samba/mp3
+.B fapg --backslash --output=/samba/mp3/list.m3u --prefix='\\\\\\\\server\\\\mp3\\\\' --recursive --windows /samba/mp3
  
 An HTML playlist for an album:
 .B fapg --output=fapg.html ~/path/to/album
 
+A playlist that contains all your classical tracks may receive the genres to include (or exclude) in one or multiple portions
+.B fapg --genre=32:105 --genre=106:104:103 /path/to/all/music
+
 
 .SH AUTHOR
 Antoine Jacquet <royale@zerezo.com>, http://royale.zerezo.com/fapg/. 
diff --git a/fapg.c b/fapg.c
index a3c320b..e75235e 100644 (file)
--- a/fapg.c
+++ b/fapg.c
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 /*
- * FAPG version 0.22
+ * FAPG version 0.30
  *
  * FAPG means Fast Audio Playlist Generator.
  * It is a tool to generate list of audio files (Wav, MP3, Ogg, etc)
 #include <sys/stat.h>
 #include <sys/types.h>
 #include <string.h>
+#include <strings.h>
 #include <limits.h>
 #include <unistd.h>
 #include <ctype.h>
+#include "genres.h"
 
 #define MP3_BASE 1024
 #define OGG_BASE 1024*10
@@ -42,6 +44,7 @@
 
 int debug=0;
 int format=0; /* 0 = m3u ; 1 = pls ; 2 = html */
+char *genrelist=NULL;
 unsigned char *prefix="";
 int recursive=0;
 int separator='/';
@@ -54,28 +57,32 @@ int counter=0;
 
 unsigned char artist[1024];
 unsigned char title[1024];
+unsigned char genrebuf[1024];
+unsigned char genre=0;
 int duration;
 
 unsigned char unix2dos[256]={0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,70,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,82,43,44,45,46,47,48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56,57,84,59,36,61,65,71,64,65,66,67,68,69,70,71,72,73,74,75,76,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,84,85,86,87,88,89,90,91,36,93,94,95,96,97,98,99,100,101,102,103,104,105,106,107,108,109,110,111,112,113,114,115,116,117,118,119,120,121,122,123,36,125,126,127,199,252,233,226,228,224,229,231,234,235,232,239,238,236,196,197,201,230,198,244,246,242,251,249,255,214,220,248,163,216,215,131,225,237,243,250,241,209,170,186,191,174,172,189,188,161,171,187,166,166,166,166,166,193,194,192,169,166,166,43,43,162,165,43,43,45,45,43,45,43,227,195,43,43,45,45,166,45,43,164,240,208,202,203,200,105,205,206,207,43,43,166,220,166,204,175,211,223,212,210,245,213,181,254,222,218,219,217,253,221,175,180,173,177,61,190,182,167,247,184,176,168,183,185,179,178,166,160};
 
 void usage()
 {
-  fprintf(stderr,"Usage >> fapg [-b|--backslash] [-d|--debug] [-f|--format=m3u|pls|html] [-o|--output=/path/to/file.m3u] [-p|--prefix=/the/prefix] [-r|--recursive] [-w|--windows] /path/to/mp3/dir1 [/path/to/mp3/dir2 ...]\n");
+  fprintf(stderr,"Usage >> fapg [-b|--backslash] [-d|--debug] [-f|--format=m3u|pls|html] [-g|--genre=#:#:...] [-o|--output=/path/to/file.m3u] [-p|--prefix=/the/prefix] [-r|--recursive] [-w|--windows] [-x|--exclude=#:#:...] /path/to/mp3/dir1 [/path/to/mp3/dir2 ...]\n");
   exit(1);
 }
 
 void parse_options(int argc,char **argv)
 {
-  static char const short_options[]="bdf:o:p:rw";
+  static char const short_options[]="bdf:g:o:p:rwx:";
   static struct option long_options[]=
   {
     {"backslash",no_argument,NULL,'b'},
     {"debug",no_argument,NULL,'d'},
     {"format",required_argument,NULL,'f'},
+    {"genre",required_argument,NULL,'g'},
     {"output",required_argument,NULL,'o'},
     {"prefix",required_argument,NULL,'p'},
     {"recursive",no_argument,NULL,'r'},
-    {"windows",no_argument,NULL,'w'}
+    {"windows",no_argument,NULL,'w'},
+    {"exclude",required_argument,NULL,'x'}
   };
   int c;
   int option_index=0;
@@ -95,6 +102,20 @@ void parse_options(int argc,char **argv)
         if (strcmp(optarg,"html")==0) format=2; else
         usage();
         break;
+      case 'g':
+        if (genrelist==NULL) genrelist=calloc(257,sizeof(char)); /* allow multiple includes/excludes */
+        if (genrelist==NULL) { fprintf(stderr,"Error >> unable to allocate cleared memory\n"); exit(2); }
+        else
+        {
+          int n=0; 
+          while (n<strlen(optarg))
+          {
+            if (debug) fprintf(stderr,"Debug >> genrelist entry activting : %d\n",atoi(&optarg[n]));
+            genrelist[atoi(&optarg[n])]=1;
+            while (isdigit(optarg[n++]));
+          }
+        }
+        break;
       case 'o':
         close(1);
         if (fopen(optarg,"w")==NULL) { fprintf(stderr,"Error >> unable to open output file : %s\n",optarg); exit(2); }
@@ -110,10 +131,39 @@ void parse_options(int argc,char **argv)
         windows=1;
         eol="\r\n";
         break;
+      case 'x':
+        if (genrelist==NULL) /* allow multiple includes/excludes - not recommended (confusing) but possible */
+        {
+          int n=0; 
+          genrelist=calloc(257,sizeof(char));
+          while (n<256) genrelist[n++]=1;
+        }
+        if (genrelist==NULL) { fprintf(stderr,"Error >> unable to allocate cleared memory\n"); exit(2); }
+        else
+        {
+          int n=0; 
+          while (n<strlen(optarg))
+          {
+            if (debug) fprintf(stderr,"Debug >> genrelist entry activting : %d\n",atoi(&optarg[n]));
+            genrelist[atoi(&optarg[n])]=0;
+            while (isdigit(optarg[n++]));
+          }
+        }
+        break;
       default:
         usage();
     }
   }
+  if (genrelist==NULL)
+  {
+    genrelist=calloc(257,sizeof(char));
+    if (genrelist==NULL) { fprintf(stderr,"Error >> unable to allocate cleared memory\n"); exit(2); }
+    else
+    { 
+      int n=0; 
+      while (n<256) genrelist[n++]=1;
+    }
+  }
 }
 
 void parse_mp3(unsigned char *file)
@@ -129,6 +179,8 @@ void parse_mp3(unsigned char *file)
   unsigned char *c;
   int lus;
 
+  genre=0;
+  genrebuf[0]=0;
   if (debug) fprintf(stderr,"Debug >> parsing mp3 : %s\n",file);
 
   /* read header */
@@ -172,6 +224,13 @@ void parse_mp3(unsigned char *file)
         strncpy(artist,c+7,size-1);
         artist[size-1]='\0';
       }
+      if (strncmp(c,"TCO",3)==0)
+      {
+        /* strncpy(genrebuf,c+7,size-1);*/
+        /* genrebuf[size-1]='\0'; */
+        /* genre=atoi(&genrebuf[1]); */
+        genre=atoi(c+8);
+      }
       c+=size+6;
     }
     if (version==3 || version==4) while (c<buffer+size)
@@ -188,6 +247,13 @@ void parse_mp3(unsigned char *file)
         strncpy(artist,c+11,size-1);
         artist[size-1]='\0';
       }
+      if (strncmp(c,"TCON",4)==0)
+      {
+        /* strncpy(genrebuf,c+11,size-1); */
+        /* genrebuf[size-1]='\0'; */
+        /* genre=atoi(&genrebuf[1]); */
+        genre=atoi(c+12);
+      }
       c+=size+10;
     }
   }
@@ -234,6 +300,11 @@ void parse_mp3(unsigned char *file)
       artist[30]='\0';
       c=artist+29;
       while (c>artist && *c==' ') *(c--)='\0';
+      /* strncpy(album,buffer+65,30); */
+      /* strncpy(year,buffer+97,4); */
+      /* strncpy(comment,buffer+101,30); */
+      /* strncpy(genrebuf,buffer+127,1); genre[1]=0; */
+      genre=buffer[127];
     }
   }
 
@@ -281,6 +352,23 @@ void parse_ogg(unsigned char *file)
       artist[size-7]='\0';
       c+=size;
     }
+    if (strncasecmp(c,"GENRE=",6)==0)
+    {
+      static int i=0;
+      size=*(c-4)+(*(c-3)<<8)+(*(c-2)<<16)+(*(c-1)<<24);
+      strncpy(genrebuf,c+6,size-6);
+      genrebuf[size-6]='\0';
+      c+=size;
+      for(i=0;i<ID3_NR_OF_V1_GENRES;i++)
+      {
+        if (strcasecmp(ID3_v1_genre_description[i],genrebuf)==0)
+        {
+          genre=i;
+          break;
+        }
+        if (i==ID3_NR_OF_V1_GENRES) genre=0;
+      }
+    }
     c++;
   }
   
@@ -298,6 +386,93 @@ void parse_ogg(unsigned char *file)
   fclose(fic);
 }
 
+void parse_mpc(unsigned char *file)
+{
+  FILE *fic;
+  unsigned char *c;
+  int lus;
+  int sample_rates[4]={44100,48000,37800,32000};
+  int frame_count;
+  int size,items;
+  int i;
+
+  if (debug) fprintf(stderr,"Debug >> parsing mpc : %s\n",file);
+
+  /* read header */
+  if ((fic=fopen(file,"r"))==NULL) { fprintf(stderr,"Warning >> can't open file : %s\n",file); return; }
+  lus=fread(buffer,1,12,fic);
+
+  /* try Musepack */
+  if (buffer[0]!='M' && buffer[1]!='P' && buffer[2]!='+')
+  {
+    fprintf(stderr,"Warning >> not a Musepack header : %s\n",file);
+    return;
+  }
+  
+  /* only version 7 */
+  if (buffer[3]!=7)
+  {
+    fprintf(stderr,"Warning >> only Musepack SV7 supported : %s\n",file);
+    return;
+  }
+  
+  /* duration */
+  c=buffer+4;
+  frame_count=(*c)+(*(c+1)<<8)+(*(c+2)<<16)+(*(c+3)<<24);
+  c+=5;
+  duration=frame_count*1152/sample_rates[*c&3];
+  
+  /* try APETAGEX footer */
+  fseek(fic,-32,SEEK_END);
+  lus=fread(buffer,1,32,fic);
+  if (lus==32 && strncmp(buffer,"APETAGEX",8)==0)
+  {
+    c=buffer+12;
+    size=(*c)+(*(c+1)<<8)+(*(c+2)<<16)+(*(c+3)<<24);
+    size+=32;
+    c+=4;
+    items=(*c)+(*(c+1)<<8)+(*(c+2)<<16)+(*(c+3)<<24);
+    fseek(fic,-size,SEEK_END);
+    lus=fread(buffer,1,size,fic);
+    if (lus==size && strncmp(buffer,"APETAGEX",8)==0)
+    {
+      c=buffer+32;
+      while (items--)
+      {
+        size=(*c)+(*(c+1)<<8)+(*(c+2)<<16)+(*(c+3)<<24);
+        c+=8;
+        if (strcasecmp(c,"TITLE")==0)
+        {
+          strncpy(title,c+6,size);
+          title[size]='\0';
+        }
+        if (strcasecmp(c,"ARTIST")==0)
+        {
+          strncpy(artist,c+7,size);
+          artist[size]='\0';
+        }
+        if (strcasecmp(c,"GENRE")==0)
+        {
+          for(i=0;i<ID3_NR_OF_V1_GENRES;i++)
+          {
+            strncpy(genrebuf,c+6,size);
+            genrebuf[size]='\0';
+            if (strcasecmp(ID3_v1_genre_description[i],genrebuf)==0)
+            {
+              genre=i;
+              break;
+            }
+            if (i==ID3_NR_OF_V1_GENRES) genre=0;
+          }
+        }
+        c+=strlen(c)+1+size;
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  fclose(fic);
+}
+
 void parse_directory(unsigned char *path)
 {
   int i,n;
@@ -338,11 +513,14 @@ void parse_directory(unsigned char *path)
       artist[0]='\0';
       title[0]='\0';
       duration=-2;
+      if (strcmp(".mp2",ext)==0) { duration=-1; parse_mp3(newpath); }
       if (strcmp(".mp3",ext)==0) { duration=-1; parse_mp3(newpath); }
+      if (strcmp(".mpc",ext)==0) { duration=-1; parse_mpc(newpath); }
+      if (strcmp(".mp+",ext)==0) { duration=-1; parse_mpc(newpath); }
       if (strcmp(".ogg",ext)==0) { duration=-1; parse_ogg(newpath); }
       if (strcmp(".wav",ext)==0) { duration=-1; /* parse_wav(newpath); */ }
       
-      if (duration!=-2) /* is it an audio file ? */
+      if (duration!=-2 && genrelist[genre]) /* is it an audio file ? */
       {
         counter++;
         switch (format)
@@ -391,10 +569,10 @@ int main(int argc,char **argv)
       printf("#EXTM3U%s",eol);
       break;
     case 1:
-      printf("[playlist]%s,eol");
+      printf("[playlist]%s",eol);
       break;
     case 2:
-      printf("<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC \"-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN\" \"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd\">%s%s<html>%s%s<head>%s<title>Playlist generated by FAPG 0.22</title>%s<meta http-equiv=\"Content-Type\" content=\"text/html; charset=iso-8859-1\" />%s<style type=\"text/css\">%s<!--%s%sbody,td,tr {%s font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;%s  font-size: 12px;%s  color: #000000;%s}%s%sbody {%s  background: #ffffff;%s}%s%sth {%s  text-align: center;%s  background: #ffcccc;%s  padding-left: 15px;%s  padding-right: 15px;%s  border: 1px #dd8888 solid;%s}%s%std {%s  text-align: center;%s  background: #eeeeee;%s  padding-left: 15px;%s  padding-right: 15px;%s  border: 1px #cccccc solid;%s}%s%sh1 {%s  font-size: 25px;%s}%s%sp {%s  font-size: 10px;%s}%s%sa {%s  color: #993333;%s  text-decoration: none;%s}%s%sa:hover {%s text-decoration: underline;%s}%s%s-->%s</style>%s</head>%s%s<body>%s%s<h1>Playlist</h1>%s%s<table>%s<tr><th>Entry</th><th>Artist</th><th>Title</th><th>Length</th></tr>%s",eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol);
+      printf("<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC \"-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN\" \"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd\">%s%s<html>%s%s<head>%s<title>Playlist generated by FAPG 0.30</title>%s<meta http-equiv=\"Content-Type\" content=\"text/html; charset=iso-8859-1\" />%s<style type=\"text/css\">%s<!--%s%sbody,td,tr {%s font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;%s  font-size: 12px;%s  color: #000000;%s}%s%sbody {%s  background: #ffffff;%s}%s%sth {%s  text-align: center;%s  background: #ffcccc;%s  padding-left: 15px;%s  padding-right: 15px;%s  border: 1px #dd8888 solid;%s}%s%std {%s  text-align: center;%s  background: #eeeeee;%s  padding-left: 15px;%s  padding-right: 15px;%s  border: 1px #cccccc solid;%s}%s%sh1 {%s  font-size: 25px;%s}%s%sp {%s  font-size: 10px;%s}%s%sa {%s  color: #993333;%s  text-decoration: none;%s}%s%sa:hover {%s text-decoration: underline;%s}%s%s-->%s</style>%s</head>%s%s<body>%s%s<h1>Playlist</h1>%s%s<table>%s<tr><th>Entry</th><th>Artist</th><th>Title</th><th>Length</th></tr>%s",eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol);
       break;
   }
   for (;optind<argc;optind++)
@@ -408,8 +586,9 @@ int main(int argc,char **argv)
       printf("NumberOfEntries=%d%sVersion=2%s",counter,eol,eol);
       break;
     case 2:
-      printf("</table>%s%s<p>Playlist generated by <a href=\"http://royale.zerezo.com/fapg/\">FAPG 0.22</a></p>%s%s</body>%s%s</html>",eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol);
+      printf("</table>%s%s<p>Playlist generated by <a href=\"http://royale.zerezo.com/fapg/\">FAPG 0.30</a></p>%s%s</body>%s%s</html>",eol,eol,eol,eol,eol,eol);
       break;
   }
+  if (genrelist) free(genrelist);
   exit(0);
 }
diff --git a/genres.h b/genres.h
new file mode 100644 (file)
index 0000000..9a5600b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/genres.h
@@ -0,0 +1,158 @@
+/* copied from id3/globals.h */
+
+#define ID3_NR_OF_V1_GENRES 148
+
+static const char *ID3_v1_genre_description[ID3_NR_OF_V1_GENRES] =
+{
+  "Blues",             //0
+  "Classic Rock",      //1
+  "Country",           //2
+  "Dance",             //3
+  "Disco",             //4
+  "Funk",              //5
+  "Grunge",            //6
+  "Hip-Hop",           //7
+  "Jazz",              //8
+  "Metal",             //9
+  "New Age",           //10
+  "Oldies",            //11
+  "Other",             //12
+  "Pop",               //13
+  "R&B",               //14
+  "Rap",               //15
+  "Reggae",            //16
+  "Rock",              //17
+  "Techno",            //18
+  "Industrial",        //19
+  "Alternative",       //20
+  "Ska",               //21
+  "Death Metal",       //22
+  "Pranks",            //23
+  "Soundtrack",        //24
+  "Euro-Techno",       //25
+  "Ambient",           //26
+  "Trip-Hop",          //27
+  "Vocal",             //28
+  "Jazz+Funk",         //29
+  "Fusion",            //30
+  "Trance",            //31
+  "Classical",         //32
+  "Instrumental",      //33
+  "Acid",              //34
+  "House",             //35
+  "Game",              //36
+  "Sound Clip",        //37
+  "Gospel",            //38
+  "Noise",             //39
+  "AlternRock",        //40
+  "Bass",              //41
+  "Soul",              //42
+  "Punk",              //43
+  "Space",             //44
+  "Meditative",        //45
+  "Instrumental Pop",  //46
+  "Instrumental Rock", //47
+  "Ethnic",            //48
+  "Gothic",            //49
+  "Darkwave",          //50
+  "Techno-Industrial", //51
+  "Electronic",        //52
+  "Pop-Folk",          //53
+  "Eurodance",         //54
+  "Dream",             //55
+  "Southern Rock",     //56
+  "Comedy",            //57
+  "Cult",              //58
+  "Gangsta",           //59
+  "Top 40",            //60
+  "Christian Rap",     //61
+  "Pop/Funk",          //62
+  "Jungle",            //63
+  "Native American",   //64
+  "Cabaret",           //65
+  "New Wave",          //66
+  "Psychadelic",       //67
+  "Rave",              //68
+  "Showtunes",         //69
+  "Trailer",           //70
+  "Lo-Fi",             //71
+  "Tribal",            //72
+  "Acid Punk",         //73
+  "Acid Jazz",         //74
+  "Polka",             //75
+  "Retro",             //76
+  "Musical",           //77
+  "Rock & Roll",       //78
+  "Hard Rock",         //79
+// following are winamp extentions
+  "Folk",                  //80
+  "Folk-Rock",             //81
+  "National Folk",         //82
+  "Swing",                 //83
+  "Fast Fusion",           //84
+  "Bebob",                 //85
+  "Latin",                 //86
+  "Revival",               //87
+  "Celtic",                //88
+  "Bluegrass",             //89
+  "Avantgarde",            //90
+  "Gothic Rock",           //91
+  "Progressive Rock",      //92
+  "Psychedelic Rock",      //93
+  "Symphonic Rock",        //94
+  "Slow Rock",             //95
+  "Big Band",              //96
+  "Chorus",                //97
+  "Easy Listening",        //98
+  "Acoustic",              //99
+  "Humour",                //100
+  "Speech",                //101
+  "Chanson",               //102
+  "Opera",                 //103
+  "Chamber Music",         //104
+  "Sonata",                //105
+  "Symphony",              //106
+  "Booty Bass",            //107
+  "Primus",                //108
+  "Porn Groove",           //109
+  "Satire",                //110
+  "Slow Jam",              //111
+  "Club",                  //112
+  "Tango",                 //113
+  "Samba",                 //114
+  "Folklore",              //115
+  "Ballad",                //116
+  "Power Ballad",          //117
+  "Rhythmic Soul",         //118
+  "Freestyle",             //119
+  "Duet",                  //120
+  "Punk Rock",             //121
+  "Drum Solo",             //122
+  "A capella",             //123
+  "Euro-House",            //124
+  "Dance Hall",            //125
+  "Goa",                   //126
+  "Drum & Bass",           //127
+  "Club-House",            //128
+  "Hardcore",              //129
+  "Terror",                //130
+  "Indie",                 //131
+  "Britpop",               //132
+  "Negerpunk",             //133
+  "Polsk Punk",            //134
+  "Beat",                  //135
+  "Christian Gangsta Rap", //136
+  "Heavy Metal",           //137
+  "Black Metal",           //138
+  "Crossover",             //139
+  "Contemporary Christian",//140
+  "Christian Rock ",       //141
+  "Merengue",              //142
+  "Salsa",                 //143
+  "Trash Metal",           //144
+  "Anime",                 //145
+  "JPop",                  //146
+  "Synthpop"               //147
+};
+
+#define ID3_V1GENRE2DESCRIPTION(x) (x < ID3_NR_OF_V1_GENRES && x >= 0) ? ID3_v1_genre_description[x] : NULL