I have been trawling through the forum and have come across the same query from other people.....
The trouble is, I really don't understand how to solve it!!
My files currently read like this......01-02 eight days a week.mp3
All i want them to read is......'eight days a week.mp3' without the disc and track number.
I'm trying to load them into Denon DJ Music Manger software to eventually play on a Denon DN-HS5500 player.
I keep reading posts that refer people back to this post;
Remove/trim leading track numbers
Action type: Replace with regular expressions
Regular expression: ^\s*\d+\s*-\s*
Replace matches with:
This regular expression removes the track number from "01 - Anything.." so that only "Anything..." remains.
"^" matches the beginning of the string. Then any numbers of whitespaces "\s*" followed by numbers from 0-9.
The \s*-\s* part removes the hyphen and any whitespace characters around it.
TROUBLE IS, THATS WAY OVER MY HEAD, CAN SOMEONE PLEASE GIVE ME A STEP BY STEP WAY OF DOING THIS PLEASE ?