Export question

Greetings,
I am a new user of Mp3tag.
I've been having excellent results for about a month.
Thanks.

I am using Mp3tag on an ever increasing collection of .flac albums.

I did read some of the FAQ's and did a search, maybe the answer is there,
but I couldn't find it.

I would like to export just the artist name, album title, & genre to a .csv for excel.
Just one per album. (folder)

I can only open one folder at a time.
Although I did manage to get all the songs displayed at one time, in alphanumeric,
not quite what I wanted.

Is there a way to select all the folders to accomplish this?

Can someone point me to a set of instructions?

Thanks,
Mike

You want to load multiple folders in Mp3tag and export one line for each folder to a csv file?

To load multiple folders, select all folders in the explorer and drag them into Mp3tag.
Or if they share the same parent folder, load this into Mp3tag (with Subdirectories enaled)

As export config try

$filename(Excel.csv,ansi)Artist;Album;Genre
$loop(%_folderpath%,1)%artist%;%album%;%Genre%
$loopend()
QUOTE (dano @ Nov 30 2010, 23:17) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
You want to load multiple folders in Mp3tag and export one line for each folder to a csv file?

To load multiple folders, select all folders in the explorer and drag them into Mp3tag.
Or if they share the same parent folder, load this into Mp3tag (with Subdirectories enaled)

As export config try

$filename(Excel.csv,ansi)Artist;Album;Genre
$loop(%_folderpath%,1)%artist%;%album%;%Genre%
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I'm also a new user of Mp3tag. The example above exports the csv file with the ";" as separator.
How should the coding look if I want to use a tab character as separator. Thanks for your answer.

You can use $char(9) to create a tab character.

Thanks for this quick reply. That worked fine.

Thanks, Everyone
I managed to get the results I wanted using your suggestions.
Mike