Picard is a Linux application and is available since the release of Feisty in the Ubuntu universe repository. To install it on your system, use Synaptic or the command line interface. You can also install Picard in Debian Repositories for Stable (Squeeze) or Testing (Wheezy) systems. For Debian Stable, you may need to install Picard 0.11-2.1. Alternatively, you can use apt-pinning to install a newer version.
To install Picard on your Ubuntu-based operating system, make sure to have Java 1.8 installed on your system. Once Java is installed, use apt-get to install picard-tools from the Ubuntu repo. Next, use picard-tools -h to view available programs.
After installing the software, open the MusicBrainz Picard application. Once you’ve selected the application, you can type “picard” into the terminal to launch it. To uninstall Picard, simply type the same command again. Alternatively, you can launch the program directly from the system application menu by typing ‘picard’.
Picard is a cross-platform music tagger written in Python. It supports most music formats and uses AcoustID audio fingerprints to identify audio files. Picard also allows you to easily lookup a CD’s entire catalog. It also supports several plugins, including the ability to search a song’s track name. You can install Picard using the official PPA or flathub repository.