I'm writing an export configuration to create a script that will copy selected files to a new location. I'm having issues with failures because of how characteres are interpreted. I'm on Windows 10.
In MP3tag, it looks like this:
The .bat file command my export produces looks like this:
When the script executes, this happens:
This is one example of a few hundred, seems that Windows allows a character in a filename, that, when the %_path% does it's thing ends up writing a string and Windows doesn't interpret the same way. I can imagine several ways to fix this (including renaming all the files that have an odd character in them), is there a good path past that others have found?