Change file name

I have more then 13000 audio files, for a playout program, they use at the end ~ and then like 2.45 that's the time in seconds from the real end of the file to start the next file.
Now a want to use a new playout program that's run by a database, so the information is not necessary, how can MP3TAG this doing that for me.
The problem is that after ~ the chars are variant at the most like 15.36 or les 2.3, all the information including ~ has to be removed.

Has someone an solution?

Thank in advange, Nico.

Use this:
Name of action group: _Script Test#TEST

Action type: Replace with regular expression
Field: _FILENAME
Regular expression: \s*~\s+[\d.]{1,8}(.mp3)$
Replace matches with: $1

[ ] case-sensitive comparison

Stevehero,

Do i something wrong? nothing happend. See attachments

Nico.



This is the problem of descriptions instead of examples.

Instead of
\s*~\s+[\d.]{1,8}(.mp3)$
try
~[\d.]{1,8}(.mp3)$

ohrenkino,

This do the job, thank you so much.

Greetings Nico.


Was unclear what pattern you had in the first post.