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Is it possible to automatically rename a folder?
comox
post May 13 2009, 07:28
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Hello,

what I wish for is a function to rename a folder (that contains an Album, Compilation, EP...) by its tag (group column). E.g. if I I have an album in my playlist that's correctly displayed as "Michael Jackson - Thriller" in the group column, but the folder is named as "surgery accident", it shall be possible to rename it by the group column.

Is there any possibility?

Greetings.

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Yirkha
post May 13 2009, 13:07
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Only like this:

Destination folder: C:\
File Name Pattern: $substr(--whatever-custom-formatting-from-%path%--,3,999)

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post Jan 31 2013, 10:19
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QUOTE (Yirkha @ May 13 2009, 14:07) *
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Destination folder: C:\


Hi, I'm resurrecting this very old - and interesting - thread to ask if, as of today, your workaround is still necessary, or if "Destination folder" can be scripted to guess the drive where the files are.

In my case, music can be on C: or on N:, and I'd like to move my files
from
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[Drive]:\[original path]\[original filename].mp3

to
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[Same drive]:\$directory_path(%path%)\%album%\$num(%discnumber%,2).%tracknumber%-%totaltracks% %artist% - %title%
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