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Thread: Set Track value in meta data as [disk][track]

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    Question Set Track value in meta data as [disk][track]

    Hi,

    Is it possible to automatically set the track value in the meta data as
    Code:
    [disk][track]
    I want to use that for Multi-CD sets. So instead of having the track value being
    track 01/10 of cd 1/2
    track 02/10 of cd 1/2
    ..
    track 01/10 of cd 2/2
    track 02/10 of cd 2/2
    ..

    I want to see this as (where I don't mind if "of cd x/y" stays or goes)
    track 101
    track 102
    ..
    track 201
    track 202
    ..

    In the meta options I found the setting to pad track number to two digits, but what I also would like to see is to pad the track with the disk number. That way I can have all CD's of a multi-cd set in one folder with 1 album title, and still have media players order it correctly.

    I found this post already where it is said that you can use a track offset, but that does not do the trick (although it could be used as an alternative).

    Thanks

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    Re: Set Track value in meta data as [disk][track]

    Sorry it is not possible (many formats limit the storage of track number also).

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    Re: Set Track value in meta data as [disk][track]

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Sorry it is not possible (many formats limit the storage of track number also).
    Thanks for the reply.
    It's possible in mp3 (I can set it manually). Maybe a nice wish for a future version? :D

    thanks
    JeePee

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