I'm mass tagging about 85,000 files; well, most of them already have tags, but apparently not the kind of tags that work, c'est la vie. I realize it'll be clunky and bad and most of them will use the track title instead of the correct tag, but I just want to get rid of 'Untitled Track' in my musicplayer, and was recommended MP3Tag.
I'd just let it go to work, but here are my issues:
- After loading all the music, I go to Filename - Tag, and enter the following: %track%\\%title% Is this the correct operand?
- Regardless, I get an error that some tracks cannot be written to - all tracks are read/write capable and under admin possession. However - I don't mind that so much;
- The problem comes from the dialogue that pops up afterwards, offering me a chance of continuing or aborting. How do I tell it to continue, ignoring all files that can't be written?
- The reason is, I've 'completed' the process twice, and there are only about 1800 files that do not process.
- However, at the end of EVERY time, I am alerted to a lack of memory, despite having oodles of it freed up, no programs running in the background, and so on. Any guess as to what could be causing that?
So we're on the same page, I'm trying to 1: Tag a large amount of files with 2: The least hassle possible and 3: Tell MP3tag to just tag what it can while 4: Avoiding, and preferably figuring out what - whether it's my end, MP3tag 2.66, or some third factor, is causing the memory error.
Thank you for your time!