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    Question When I convert, how can I get last folder name?

    When I convert, how can I get last folder name?

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    Re: When I convert, how can I get last folder name?

    Please explain 'get'?

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    Re: When I convert, how can I get last folder name?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Please explain 'get'?
    I mean this.
    For example, I have a flac file named 777.flac.

    And it's path is
    D:\AAA\BBB\CCC\DDD [FLAC]\777.flac
    Now, when I convert to VBR V2 mp3 and CBR 192 mp3, I want to use last folder name, DDD.

    like this:
    D:\AAA\BBB\CCC\DDD [V2]\777 [V2].mp3
    D:\AAA\BBB\CCC\DDD [192]\777 [192].mp3


    for this, I tried like below, it's wrong.
    Output Location: (for converting to VBR V2 mp3)
    Folder: D:
    Dynamic: [TRIMLASTFOLDER][origpath][][LASTFOLDER] [V2]\[origfilename] [V2]

    Output Location: (for converting to CBR 192 mp3)
    Folder: D:
    Dynamic: [TRIMLASTFOLDER][origpath][][LASTFOLDER] [192]\[origfilename] [192]


    I know, the "[LASTFOLDER]" element is not exist.
    So, I don't know what I can do for this.

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    Re: When I convert, how can I get last folder name?

    Is there always aaa\bbb\ccc ?

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    Re: When I convert, how can I get last folder name?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Is there always aaa\bbb\ccc ?
    No, it isn't.

    I have various folder.

    for example,
    O:\Music\Pop\A\ABBA\ABBA '1993 - More ABBA Gold [FLAC$Good]
    O:\Music\Pop\B\Black Eyed Peas\Black Eyed Peas '2003 - Elephunk [FLAC$Bad]
    O:\Music\Pop\C\Celine Dion\Celine Dion '1999 - All The Way [FLAC$Perfect]
    ...
    O:\Music\JPop\A\~~~
    O:\Music\JPop\B\~~~


    I want to convert like below.

    O:\Music\Pop\A\ABBA\ABBA '1993 - More ABBA Gold [V2]
    O:\Music\Pop\A\ABBA\ABBA '1993 - More ABBA Gold [192]
    O:\Music\Pop\B\Black Eyed Peas\Black Eyed Peas '2003 - Elephunk [V2]
    O:\Music\Pop\B\Black Eyed Peas\Black Eyed Peas '2003 - Elephunk [192]
    O:\Music\Pop\C\Celine Dion\Celine Dion '1999 - All The Way [V2]
    O:\Music\Pop\C\Celine Dion\Celine Dion '1999 - All The Way [192]
    ...
    O:\Music\JPop\A\~~~
    O:\Music\JPop\B\~~~



    So, if there is "[LASTFOLDER]" element,
    I will use like below.

    Output Location: (for converting to VBR V2 mp3)
    Folder: D:
    Dynamic: [TRIMLASTFOLDER][origpath][][LASTFOLDER] [V2]\[origfilename] [V2]

    Output Location: (for converting to CBR 192 mp3)
    Folder: D:
    Dynamic: [TRIMLASTFOLDER][origpath][][LASTFOLDER] [192]\[origfilename] [192]


    But, there isn't "[LASTFOLDER]" element.
    So, I don't know how I solve this problem.

    [LASTFOLDER], It's the point.
    Last edited by HaeRang; 05-02-2010 at 12:41 AM.

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    Re: When I convert, how can I get last folder name?

    I do not think you can do what you are after.

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