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    Naming Scheme Tutorial

    At the request of multiple users, I am writing a short tutorial on how to use the naming scheme in dMC r12.

    The basics of the naming scheme are simple to get:
    • [artist] - use for the artist name
    • [album artist] - use for the album artist, NOT the same as artist necessarily
    • [album] - use for the album title
    • [title] - use for the track title
    • [track] - use for the track number
    • [disc] - use for the disc number
    • [disc_total] - use for the total number of discs
    • [composer] - use for the composer of the CD
    • [conductor] - use for the conductor of the CD, normally used for classical music CDs
    • [genre] - use for the genre of the CD
    • [year] - use for the year of recording
    • [track_total] - use for the total number of tracks
    • [tag]<element>[] - use if you want to insert a non-standard track into the filename. The ending [] is used to tell dMC that the end of the tag element has been reached, in case there are spaces
    • [length] - use for the track length in milliseconds
    • [length_mmss] - use for the track length in minutes and seconds (mm.ss)
    • [length_hhmmss] - use for the track length in hours, minutes, and seconds (hh.mm.ss)
    • [encoder] - use for the name of the encoder (LAME, Nero, etc.)
    • [encoder+] - use for more detailed encoder information
    • [extension] - audio format extension (mp3, flac, etc.)
    • [cddb_id] - use for the CDDB disc ID
    • [date] - current date
    • [time] - current time
    • [day_of_week] - current day of the week
    • [now_year] - current year
    [*][unique] - adds a unique value
    Last edited by Spoon; 10-18-2017 at 09:56 AM.

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