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AcousticBrainz submission tool

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abzer
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Install abzer as shown [here] , run it by either calling
`/usr/bin/abzer' or `python -m abzer'.

Until Read the Docs supports Python 3.5, I'll just dump `--help' here

┌────
│ usage: abzer [-h] [-c CONFIG] [-p PROCESSES] [-v] FILENAME [FILENAME ...]

│ positional arguments:
│ FILENAME

│ optional arguments:
│ -h, --help show this help message and exit
│ -c CONFIG, --config CONFIG
│ The path to the config file. (default:
│ /home/<username>/.abzsubmit/abzsubmit.conf)
│ -p PROCESSES, --processes PROCESSES
│ The number of processes to use for analyzing files.
│ (default: <number of cpus>)
│ -v, --verbose Be more verbose. (default: False)
└────

abzer uses the same config file as the [acousticbrainz-client]
application, but only uses the `path' option in the `essentia'
section. However, it doesn't require a config file to work, but just
uses default values. If those don't work on your system, you'll be
notified of that.


[here] https://abzer.readthedocs.org/en/latest/setup.html

[acousticbrainz-client] https://github.com/MTG/acousticbrainz-client


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