Export Question...


#1

Here is an Export that I made called Tracklist:

$filename(txt)Artist: %artist%
Album:  %album%
Total Length: %_total_time2%
Genre:  %genre%
Year:   %year%
Format: $upper(%_extension%) - %_bitrate%kbps

Track Info
$loop(%_path)%track% - %title% - %_length%
$loopend()

This puts a Tracklist.txt in the folder that I have loaded up in Mp3tag that looks like this:

Artist: Hieroglyphics
Album:  Full Circle
Total Length: 01:05:54
Genre:  Hip-Hop
Year:   2003
Format: MP3 - 320kbps

Track Info
01 - Prelude - 01:46
02 - Fantasy Island - 04:28
03 - Powers That Be - 04:54
04 - Make Your Move - 04:29
05 - Shift Shape - 05:22
06 - Classic - 03:08
07 - Chicago - 02:55
08 - Heatish - 04:53
09 - Halo - 04:50
10 - Love Flowin' - 03:43
11 - 100,000 Indi - 03:48
12 - Let It Roll - 03:46
13 - Maggie May (R.I.P. Faith) - 03:47
14 - Jingle Jangle - 04:38
15 - Full Circle - 04:39
16 - 7 Sixes - 04:48

My question is this...

Is it possible to have this Export function create a Tracklist for each folder, and put it in the appropriate folder if I load up my entire Music Directory? I can get the playlist function to do that by the good ole' CTRL+SHIFT+P keystroke.

Is there something I wrote incorrectly in my Export file? Whenever I do load up my entire directory and use this Export, it only creates one file in the very first folder using the first directories Artist, Album, Genre, etc. information, but lists ALL of the Tracks from my entire directory.

Thanks!


#2

CTRL+SHIFT+E
Maybe $filename(txt) must be changed to $filename(%_folderpath%Blabla.txt)


#3

I used CTRL+SHIFT+E, but I also added this on how I was naming the Export File:

%_folderpath%\00 - %artist% - %album% - Info.txt

Thanks for your help! :smiley:


#4

BTW your backslash after %_folderpath% is needless.
%_folderpath% already contains one.


#5

Oh. Thanks!