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cjcpr
post Jul 24 2009, 16:05
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I have abt 7700 songs. I added all to MP3TAG and then tried to rename it using the following expression.

%Year%/%Album%/%album%-%title%

MP3TAG crashed.

I can reproduce this error. Here is the log.

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Mp3tag v2.43 - 24.07.2009 - 10:52:51
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OS-Version: Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (Build 6001)
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Build: Mar 28 2009 09:14:02
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AppPath: 7.839.789.056 Bytes frei (C:\Program Files\Mp3tag\)
DataPath: 7.839.789.056 Bytes frei (C:\Users\Home_2\AppData\Roaming\Mp3tag\data\)
TempPath: 7.839.789.056 Bytes frei (C:\Users\Home_2\AppData\Local\Temp\Mp3tag v2.43\)
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ERROR
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File: .\sfolder.cpp
Line: 648
Expression: dwPos != _S_NUM_MAXDWORD
LastError: 0x00000000 The operation completed successfully.

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THROW
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File: .\sfolder.cpp
Line: 654
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CATCH
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File: .\mtmainframethreads.cpp
Line: 2005
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Florian
post Jul 25 2009, 12:33
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Does this also happen when using the latest Development Build?


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cjcpr
post Jul 29 2009, 17:19
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QUOTE (Florian @ Jul 25 2009, 12:33) *
Does this also happen when using the latest Development Build?



now it is not even recognizing the '/' as a directory separator. It takes it as number '4' and rename the file(19904thiriller4song1.mp3) instead of making a structure like this (1990/Thriller/song1.mp3) and move the files.
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dano
post Jul 29 2009, 17:34
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The correct directory separator is a backslash. Do not use /


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cjcpr
post Jul 29 2009, 18:45
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QUOTE (dano @ Jul 29 2009, 18:34) *
The correct directory separator is a backslash. Do not use /


%Year%%backslash%%Album%%backslash%%album%-%title%

Still same result - 20044album4album-title.mp3
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dano
post Jul 29 2009, 18:54
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backslash is \

%Year%\%Album%\%album%-%title%


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cjcpr
post Jul 29 2009, 20:10
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QUOTE (dano @ Jul 29 2009, 19:54) *
backslash is \

%Year%\%Album%\%album%-%title%



Dumb me... so sorry
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