There is a checkbox for to Reset Counter for each Directory, but there is no support to reset the counter on every new Discnumber.
An extra checkbox below the "Reset counter for each directory" with
"Reset counter for each new discnumber"would be great! Easy to implement I suppose and a big help...
I store my collection in the "%discnumber%%tracknumber%" format, so not in seperate directories per disc. When tagging multi-disc I first set the discnumbers and it would be great if I can do the Tracknumbering automaticaly for all files in one time, and than do the next step, tag2filename also for all files in one time. But to use this, I need the reset checkbox for a new discnumber. Thanx in advance of course.
Yes, quite rightly so - I doubt that such a numbering assistant would really ease tagging.
If you store tracks of different discs in one album and use a numbering assistant in which the change of one number superceeds another counter than this would cause havock.
Using such an assistant would only lead to sensible results, if ...
you have filled in the discnumber tag
sorted the tracks by a dummy number
But then you probably wouldn't need the numbering assistant any more.
If you do not sort by discnumber then the track number would be reset after a random number of tracks so that you end up with loads of equal track numbers which then would require another round by the numbering assistant.
THis can only be avoided if you have a hard criteria like the directory name..
What would be nice, though, would be a discnumber numbering assistant that could be reset by directory. So if the track numbering assistant would become a more general numbering assistant in which you could select which tag should be numbered (count by track vs. count by directory) this would be a nice modification.
Still, even this assistant would lead to very strange results if you had tracks from different discs in one directory.
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In this thread's post #4 user M_Mirza pointed out, that there was a little carelessness in the mte script, but crucial for the removing of the temporary folders.
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