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Thread: Post-rip work: batch renaming

  1. #1

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    Post-rip work: batch renaming

    I have started to rip my cd collection after replacing the Teac drive (tray locking problems... ended up with a TSST S182, good ripper, same form factor and tray compatible with the extra saw-work for adaptation to the Kodak Kiosk mechanism - highly recommended).

    Alphabetically one of the first discography to pass the rip was the Beatles one.

    However, the ripped files ended up in three different folders, following the Metadata found:

    Beatles
    Beatles, The
    The Beatles

    I can organize manually the folders to have it on just one, "Beatles", however the tags in the single-flac-file and cuesheet will reflect the original mess.
    There is a kind of "batch renamer" in order to uniform the tags between the various flac/cue pair without doing everything by hand one by one?

  2. #2
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    Re: Post-rip work: batch renaming

    This is exactly why I am hoping the next version of dBpoweramp can check the artist names already used and utilize the musicbrainz alternative names list to compare and only use one consistent name.

  3. #3

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    Re: Post-rip work: batch renaming

    So... seems there is no option at present time?

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    Re: Post-rip work: batch renaming

    I don't use dBpoweramp for tag editing, but you should be able to select multiple files and change the artist in all of them at once.

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