I though it was about time to properly tag my audio files, so a few days back I found mp3tag. It's a great program, with some interesting features. However, today I stumbled upon several episodes of a radio play, which introduced an issue.
This is the file structure right now:
1.mp3 | 1 | Story1 p.1 | RadioPlayName
2.mp3 | 2 | Story1 p.2 | RadioPlayName
3.mp3 | 3 | Story1 p.3 | RadioPlayName
4.mp3 | 1 | Story2 p.1 | RadioPlayName
5.mp3 | 2 | Story2 p.2 | RadioPlayName
First I was considering naming the albums according to the story, but that resulted in too many albums. So that's why I'm using just the name of the radio play.
The issue right now, is that I'm not sure whether I want to name the tracks like the filenames, or relative to the story (like it is now). In any case, if I choose the first option I want to be sure I can revert it. As you can see this requires that the part numbers of the titles are extracted and applied to the tracks. The question is, does anyone know how to do this? BTW, what would be the disadvantages of changing the track no. to the filenames?
Thanks very much!