I've got a problem with renaming files I downloaded with jdownloader. When I download files from YT with jdownloader it automatically adds the bitrate of the file to end of the filename.
A filename then looks like this:
Flexxa - Pirahna (256 kbit_s).mp3
But there are lots of remixes and bootlegs that have the original song artist and title at the beginning followed by the remixing artist in brackets.
The filename then looks like that:
Freedom Fry - Shaky Ground (Feast. Remix) (256 kbit_s).mp3
Ed Sheeran - Stay With Me (RUOBIN Edit) _ Sam Smith Cover (192 kbit_s).mp3
Ivan B - Make It Ourselves (ft. Hendersin) (Prod. Tido Vegas) (256 kbit_s).mp3
If I want to rename the file, with the settings:
old filename: %1 - %2 (%3)
new filename: %1 %2
,it works perfectly for the ones that don't have another bracket in them. But for those files that have another bracket of any kind in their name, it basically just deletes everything that stands on the right side of said bracket.
I tried changing the settings to :
old filename: %1 - %2 (%3) (%4)
new filename: %1 %2 (%3)
,but then the conversion doesn't work for the files that have more or less than 2 brackets in their name.
Is their a possibility of solving this this problem or does the program simply not support this kind of "unversal" name conversion.
I would need a way to tell the program that it should only delete the last bracket in the filename or something similyar to that.
Thanks for any answers and help !