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> Filling Title and Artist using only the Filename
Bennanaananneb
post Jan 23 2011, 20:49
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Hello people from the greatest mp3-related program on the world rolleyes.gif ,

I have an album, where the title and artist tags are empty.
Luckily the filenames are formatted like: %Artist% - %Title%
So I know its possible to fill out the filename with that line above,
but can it be done in reverse blink.gif ?

Waiting for a wonderful solution,
Ben

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ohrenkino
post Jan 23 2011, 20:56
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ZITAT(Bennanaananneb @ Jan 23 2011, 20:49) *
I have an album, where the title and artist tags are empty.
Luckily the filenames are formatted like: %Artist% - %Title%

Try the function "Filename - Tag" in the menu Converter.
Enter a mask that consists of variables for the tags that should be filled with the information plus the separators between the desired data.
In your case this would be (as you have already written)
%Artist% - %Title%
The preview function should show you the upcoming result.


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Bennanaananneb
post Jan 23 2011, 21:07
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edit:
WOOOOOOOOOOHHHH

i just figured out what you ment.
it works great wow thanks dude!
thats great biggrin.gif

ps. thanks!

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