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Thread: Edit filenames to match tags?

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    Edit filenames to match tags?

    What product (if any) will allow batch renaming of mp3 files (Windows 10) to match id tags?
    For example, rename file to... "Artist - Title - Album.mp3"

    I currently have dbPoweramp 17.3 but not Reference or PerfectTUNES.

    Thanks

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    Re: Edit filenames to match tags?

    Use the Arrange Audio Utility Codec.

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    Re: Edit filenames to match tags?

    Thank you! That does just what I need.

    One follow-up question though - how can I get the location of the new files to default to the original folder? Root Path shows up as "Music" and I would need to navigate to the original album folder each time.

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    Re: Edit filenames to match tags?

    [origpath]\

    As the location in the naming string.

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    Re: Edit filenames to match tags?

    Thank you Spoon (and mville). It took some experimenting to get the settings right, see attached.Arrange Audio Setup.jpg
    Now it works fine.

  6. #6

    Re: Edit filenames to match tags?

    Quote Originally Posted by mville View Post
    Use the Arrange Audio Utility Codec.
    Is there such a utility for Mac users?

  7. #7

    Re: Edit filenames to match tags?

    Quote Originally Posted by mville View Post
    Use the Arrange Audio Utility Codec.
    Does such a utility exist for Mac users?

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    Re: Edit filenames to match tags?

    Yes it is included as standard in R17.4 on the Mac, it is under the encoder menu choices.

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