User Defined Tools w. Multi-Parameters

I have a User Defined Tool as follows:
Path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Mp3tag\Mp3tag.exe
Parameter: "%title%%_filename%"

all selected files = check

I use a "reference file" for each of my podcasts (1 per podcast) that has the path = %title% and the same filename as the directory name of the target folder (e.g., %title% = I:\Podcasts\ %_filename% = This Week in Virology). In my example, running the Tool opens the corresponding folder for the selected "reference file" ... works great.

However, now I am downloading my podcasts to one hard drive and cleaning them before moving them to their home drive (too many podcasts ... so now multiple networked hard drives).

Is there a way to have 2 parameters for the tool and have them both open in MP3Tag (Parameter: "%title%%_filename%"; "g:\itunes\iTunes Media\Podcasts%_filename%")?

Alternately, is there a way to run Tools twice and have both results end up in the Mp3Tag working window (sort of like using CTL+drag to add folders)?


see the online help on command line parameters for MP3tag.

see the /add switch in the help text.


/ADD switch works for me ...

/ADD "parameters" for future reference.

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