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Please help me with EAC, FLAC and CUE sheets!, Folders not made + CUE always wrong
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post Nov 9 2005, 22:12
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QUOTE (Synthetic Soul @ Oct 18 2005, 01:04 PM)
Download the batch file.


Hello!
It is possible to rewrite this batch file, to work with FLAC Attack ?
This is what I want:
1. rip CD with EAC
2. compress it to FLAC
3. put FLAC+EAC file into D:\images\ and use this directory scheme:
(Artist) [year] Album\ and here FLAC&CUE
3a. if it is possible, before making above directory, rename Artist with this rules:
- if it starts with "The", move it to end of name, after a comma, like:
"The Thievery Corporation" -> "Thievery Corporation, The"
- if Artist is a name and surname, change order with comma, like:
"Roger Waters" -> "Waters, Roger"
as recognizing if something is name and surname is impossible,
probably will be better to write to versions of batch - one for changing
order between two words, with comma, and another for checking only
for something like "The", and changing order with comma
4. after that all FLAC stuff, I want to make mp3/mpc (and or or), correctly tag
it, and put it on my F: disc, in directory structure like this:
F:\music\a\
F:\music\b\
F:\muisc\c\ and so on
name of directory used I want to be like in 3a point.

I'm doing all that 'hard work' by hands, using proper programs, but it takes
more and more time... And there is no one-click software to do it all crying.gif

As find you are helpful, so if you don't feel fear with this simple 4 points,
can you do it for me, and probably not only for me, for others mp3's maniacs,
who are mad about police and order in music collection biggrin.gif
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