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> Rename folders, How to rename (not move) folders by Tag
Groover38
post Oct 16 2004, 09:51
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Hi,

My collection is fastly growing and I would like to change the folder structure.
The folder structure now is:
X:\artist\album\artist - album - # - title.mp3
I would like change it to:
X:\artist\year - album\artist - album - # - title.mp3

I know there is a way with MP3Tag to use Tag to file, and to create the new structure, but the problem is the fact that there are not just mp3 files in the folders. Sometimes there are jpeg or avi files as wel. These files will not be moved to a new folder using the Tag to file option and wouldn't like to change 3000 folders by hand.
Does anyone have an idea?

Thanx
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Sebastian Mares
post Oct 16 2004, 10:01
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Hello!

QUOTE (Groover38 @ Oct 14 2004, 12:06 AM)
Renaming is a great and strong option. Only, if there are other than MP3 files (for instance jpg files) in the directory, they will not be moved to the newly created folder. Is there an option to change this, so that all files will be moved?
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QUOTE (Florian @ Oct 14 2004, 06:01 PM)
No. Not at the moment.
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Please don't ask the same question if you already received an answer to it. Anyways, you could have a look on SnapFiles for freeware renamers.


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