Right now im using mac sierra v2.82
Im using flac files
So my files are in
/Users/Kevin/Music/Mozart-100 Essential Pieces of Classical Music- The Very Best of.../file.flac
/Users/Kevin/Music/Vivaldi-100 Essential Pieces of Classical Music- The Very Best of.../file
/Users/Kevin/Music/strauss-100 Essential Pieces of Classical Music- The Very Best of.../file
/Users/Kevin/Music/wagner-100 Essential Pieces of Classical Music- The Very Best of.../file
What i want is
/Users/Kevin/Music/100 Essential Pieces of Classical Music/Mozart/file
/Users/Kevin/Music/100 Essential Pieces of Classical Music/vivaldi/file
/Users/Kevin/Music/100 Essential Pieces of Classical Music/strauss/file
/Users/Kevin/Music/100 Essential Pieces of Classical Music/wagner/file
Im suppose to is action quick -Format value
Format string /Users/Kevin/Music/%artist%
When i do this is saids
formated tags in 0 out of 100files
0 out of 100 files renamed.
no it doesnt work, folders are still the same.
/Aaron Copland - 100 Essential Pieces of Classical Music- The Very Best of Mozart- Bach- Beethoven- and more- Including Symphonies- Concertos- Chamber Music- Violin- and Piano
/7 - Rodeo- Hoedown -feat. Boston Pops Orchestra-.flac
Artist is Aaron Copland
album is 100 essential pieces of classical music ....
file is Rodeo- Hoedown -feat.Boston Pops Orchestra-.com.flac
How do i change it into
Also i need to remove the -feat.Boston Pops orchestra
i need to remove the whole thing include feat and after
That is an awfully long filename. Perhaps you exceed the 254 character boundary and your emulator does not like it.
For me it is not quite clear if you already have the desired folder structure only the names are not quite up to the mark or you still have to create a new folder structure as all or many files reside in one folder but should get separated.
In the latter case, you have to rename the _FILENAME with path components. Otherwise the first file in the folder wins.
As I do not use a Mac, I still wonder whether the path really contains the "/" or it should have the "" as folder separator as this would be the Windows standard.
I think there are tens of thousands of Mac users out there who use MP3tag just like that.
I honestly do not know why you have such difficulties.
I can tell you what a filename or pathname should look like in Windows. To what degree that matches your local environment, I cannot tell.
If you read the linked thread, then you find that in the end the function
was used and it worked. Apparently, there were difficulties while using an action.
I am not sure that you tried that way.
This thread becomes confusing more and more.
I suggest to make a new beginning to get a solution for the problem.
Hmm, what is the problem?
There are files already stored within a folder structure, ... and the folder structure should be changed.
Usually this is a simple exercise, when the required data are stored in tag-fields within the files.
So make sure that all relevant tag-fields got their data.
The tag-field ARTIST should have the correct value, which is the name of the artist.
The tag-field ALBUM should have the correct value, which is the name of the album.
... and so forth.
When all data are accessible from within a tag field, ...
then build the new folder tree from the given data, ...
and simultaneous move the files into the new folder tree.
Apply an "Action Format value: _FILENAME" or "Convert Tag-Filename" ...
and create the new folder/filename structure onto the disc, ...
by using the values from the tag-fields.