In Windows 10, a feature was added where you can select multiple files and copy the file path. It will be simple formatted in text, with one file per line. Something like:
I've used this feature a lot in Windows, and it comes really handy when you want to copy a list of files after searching for a certain filter.
Now; I'm trying to filter songs based on the language I've set as a tag. But Windows handles languages really poorly. You must assign the language according to ISO 639-3, and if it's recognised, it's displayed as ISO 639-2, and if not, it will default to your system language. Which is of course really bad.
I have to use Mp3tag to get the actual value from this field. But as it is 6000+ songs. It'll be a lot of work going through it manually. So I wished I could simply sort by language in Mp3tag; select all songs with the same language tag, and copy the file paths.
I've checked v2.98
There's an option to save the selected files to a playlist. I can then sort the list to filter out all the files (as they start with a drive letter). But this function does not handle Unicode characters, and messes up foreign titles. So that's a bug that has to be fixed. It does work as a substitute. But a direct copy of file path would make this so much easier.