I hope someone on the forum can help me with using MP3Tag because I'm struggling with it just now.
Reading the topics on this site for over a week, I have to admit there's a lot of it I don't understand. I'm not really a computer of electronics person, I'm a gardener, so please excuse me if I ask a silly question.
I'm trying to put some audio books onto an mp3 player for my Dad, so he can sit out in the garden while I'm working there and listen to some of his favourite books. he's always been an enthusaistic reader but his eyesight is getting quite poor now.
I did put some books in MP3 form on his player already but the organization of them turned out to be an impossible mess.
So I did an Internet search on the problem and MP3Tag kept popping up as a recommended solution.
I already tried modifying the ID3 tags on one set of files with the player software but made such a botch of it that I ended up removing them all, so now all the fields are blank.
I did some more research and got the impression that the safest way for me to proceed would be to change the folder structure and filenames with a renaming program, then use these to rewrite the ID3 tag fields in some kind of batch process.
Currently I have: F:\Audio Books\Tolstoy\War and Peace\WP_Part - 01\0*- WP_Part_01.mp3
So far I have 10 of ...\WP_Part -0*... folders, each containing up to 12 of ...\0*- WP_Part_0*.mp3 files.
How can I get MP3Tag to take the filename of each file, which contains book, part and track number information and get it to batch process all the "Title" fields of each file's ID3 tag?
I keep trying to get it to work but I just can't seem to quite understand the process.
Please can anyone help me with this?