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tracker-writeback(1)		 User Commands		  tracker-writeback(1)

NAME
       tracker-writeback - Used	to write metadata set in Tracker back to phys-
       ical files.

SYNOPSIS
       tracker-writeback [OPTION...]

DESCRIPTION
       tracker-writeback is not	supposed to be run by the  user	 since	it  is
       started	by  its	 .desktop  file	 when the user logs in.	It can also be
       started manually	of course for debugging	purposes. You can not run more
       than one	instance of this at the	same time.

       tracker-writeback  writes  metadata from	the Tracker database back into
       files only.  Currently support is limited to XMP	metadata (which	covers
       PNG,  JPEG,  TIFF, MP4 and 3GPP formats), play lists (which covers MPE-
       GURL, SCPLS and IRIVER formats) and taglib supported mime types	(which
       covers MP3, MP4,	OGG, WAV, FLAC and some	Windows	media formats).

       Data  is	 only  written	back  if write-back is enabled in the tracker-
       miner-fs	configuration.

OPTIONS
       -?, --help
	      Show summary of options.

       -V, --version
	      Returns the version of this binary.

       -v, --verbosity={0|1|2|3}
	      Sets the logging level, 0=errors,	1=minimal,  2=detailed,	 3=de-
	      bug.

       -d, --disable-shutdown
	      Disable shutting down after 30 seconds of	inactivity.

SEE ALSO
       tracker-store(1), tracker-miner-fs(1).  tracker-extract(1).

GNU				   July	2011		  tracker-writeback(1)

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