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Thread: Naming Scheme tutorial feedback

  1. #76
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    Re: Naming Scheme tutorial feedback

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    It is not a bug, as naming is independent to ID Tags.
    So, why is the behaviour for [track] and [disc] not consistent i.e. why is track padding and disc not padding, within the naming string?
    Last edited by mville; 03-27-2016 at 07:09 AM.

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    Re: Naming Scheme tutorial feedback

    The naming section is shared between programs, CD Ripper, dMC, Multi Encoder to name a few, it does not have access to CD Rippers ID Tag settings. For naming track numbers are always padded, disc numbers are not (not many people have disc sets of 10 or more discs).

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    Re: Naming Scheme tutorial feedback

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    The naming section is shared between programs, CD Ripper, dMC, Multi Encoder to name a few, it does not have access to CD Rippers ID Tag settings. For naming track numbers are always padded, disc numbers are not (not many people have disc sets of 10 or more discs).
    Thank you for the clarification.

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    Re: Naming Scheme tutorial feedback

    After purchasing dBpoweramp Reference and PerfectTunes software recently, I've re-ripped and re-organised our CD music collection, using CD Ripper. 169 artists and compilations, 3200 songs, great value software, thank you!

    Now that it's done, I want to create a separate MP3 version of the collection so I can copy it to my wife's and my smartphones.

    NOTE:
    My default Music folder path is:
    C:\Users\Brent\OneDrive\Music\*.*

    My new path for the MP3 version is:
    C:\Samsung S9 Music\*.*

    If I setup a profile in Music Converter to do the task (as and when we add new albums to the collection), what do I input into MC's profile dialogs to suit the MP3 path above?

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    Re: Naming Scheme tutorial feedback

    Set the naming to:

    [TRIMFIRSTFOLDER][TRIMFIRSTFOLDER][TRIMFIRSTFOLDER][origpath][][][]\[origfilename]

  6. #81

    Re: Naming Scheme tutorial feedback

    I like the software but the naming is horrible to understand. Just honest feedback.

    I have ripped files to Music\FLAC

    I am converting them to MP3 and want to add them to the same artist\song folder structure under

    Music\MP3s

    Seems really simple but I cannot get it to work even when I copy over the paths from mt old PC with an old version of the software.

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    Re: Naming Scheme tutorial feedback

    What you are asking is quite complex, because your 'Music' folder really is:

    c:\users\[username]\Music

    so to go from:

    c:\users\[username]\Music\FLAC\some folder\possibly another folder\filename.ext

    to

    c:\users\[username]\Music\mp3\some folder\possibly another folder\filename.ext

    You have to trim the first 4 folders:

    [TRIMFIRSTFOLDER][TRIMFIRSTFOLDER][TRIMFIRSTFOLDER][TRIMFIRSTFOLDER][origpath][][][][]\[origfilename]

    Then set your base output folder to: Music\Mp3\

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