Autotag filename/track list?


#1

Right now my tack list is as follows:

  1. Everybody Loves Somebody (02:47)
  2. Houston (02:44)
  3. Somewhere There's a Someone (02:17)
  4. The Door Is Still Open to My Heart (02:55)
  5. Volare (Nel Blu Di Pinto Di Blu) (03:02)
  6. We Open In Venice (02:12)
  7. Sway (Quien Sera) (02:43)
  8. I'll Always Love You (Day After Day) (02:35)
  9. You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You (02:14)
  10. I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm (02:44)
  11. You Belong to Me (03:04)
  12. Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me (02:51)
  13. Return To Me (02:43)
  14. Standing On the Corner (02:49)
  15. Just In Time (feat. Judy Holliday) (04:00)
  16. I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face (02:43)
  17. Baby, It's Cold Outside (02:24)
  18. That's Amore (03:08)
  19. Who's Got the Action? (02:35)
  20. On an Evening In Roma (Sott'er Celo De Roma) (02:24)
  21. Gentle On My Mind (02:36)
  22. Memories Are Made of This (02:19)
  23. Just In Time (02:15)
  24. Go Go Go Go (02:23)
  25. Ain't That a Kick In the Head (From "Ocean's 11") (02:27)
  26. Mambo Italiano (02:23)

Which is completely out of order. I have a text file with the correct track list and #'s, is there any way to autotag that with the text file?

It should be like this:

  1. That's Amore
  2. Ain't That a Kick In the Head (From "Ocean's 11")
  3. Volare (Nel Blu Di Pinto Di Blu)
  4. Everybody Loves Somebody
  5. Memories Are Made of This
  6. You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You
  7. Mambo Italiano
  8. Go Go Go Go
  9. Sway (Quien Sera)
  10. Baby, It's Cold Outside
  11. You Belong to Me
  12. I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
  13. Just In Time
  14. Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me
  15. Just In Time (feat. Judy Holliday)
  16. Who's Got the Action?
  17. Houston
  18. I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face
  19. Somewhere There's a Someone
  20. Standing On the Corner
  21. The Door Is Still Open to My Heart
  22. I'll Always Love You (Day After Day)
  23. Gentle On My Mind
  24. On an Evening In Roma (Sott'er Celo De Roma)
  25. Return To Me
  26. We Open In Venice

Edit: sorry if the title is describing my question wrong

Edit 2: I added the track list to discog but the title and filename was completely out of order as well :frowning: This seems to be the only thing mp3tag cant do
Discog: https://www.discogs.com/release/13136412


#2

you have to align the 2 lists in the web source script dialogue. For this move the entries in the right list up and / or down.

I don't know what data you have in the tags.
But if you have filled the title field, you could sort the files alphabetically.
You have to prepare the text file so that you can sort the records in the text file also alphabetically and that you can separate the number from the text and then use the function Convert>Text file-Tag.
You could then import the number into the field TRACK which should, if you sort by TRACK after the import, lead to the favoured order.


#3

!
This is the track list data i have in a text file


#4

OK.
And now you have to sort it by the title.
You could do it with a program that can create sortable tables like word or excel.
Then save that sorted list so that there is a unique separator between the number (e.g. _) and the title as text file.
Then sort the files by title.
Select all the files
Use the function Convert>Text file-Tag
Enter as fields:%track%_%dummy%
Afterwards the field track should be filled with the correct track number.