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Thread: Regarding Converting

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    Regarding Converting

    I have about 40 folders (each folder representing an album) in FLAC. I want to convert to 320kbps but would like each album to be in their own folder. How is that operation performed?

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    Re: Regarding Converting

    Quote Originally Posted by mrcd View Post
    I have about 40 folders (each folder representing an album) in FLAC. I want to convert to 320kbps but would like each album to be in their own folder. How is that operation performed?
    In Batch Converter, set the Output Location Folder to your new folder (eg music\mp3s). Set Dynamic Naming to whatever you have already but is usually something like: [IFVALUE]album artist,[album artist],[IFCOMP]Various Artists[][IF!COMP][artist][][]\[album]\[IFMULTI][disc][] [track] - [title]

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    Re: Regarding Converting

    In the Output To drop-down menu, select Edit Dynamic Naming. Then, in Dynamic Naming >>Base Location, set as the mp3 folder and in Dynamic Naming, use a combination of [origpath],[origfilename] and [TRIMFIRSTFOLDER][].

    Example: If your flac album folders are in C:\flac and your mp3 album folders are to be created in C:\mp3:
    Set Base Location = C:\mp3
    Set Dyanmic Naming = [TRIMFIRSTFOLDER][origpath][]\[origfilename]
    Last edited by mville; 03-10-2019 at 07:16 AM.

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