I've gotten help here several years ago with some scripts to use in naming files and naming track titles. MP3Tag has helped me tremendously. I use it exclusively for processing / cleaning up audio book files when I rip audiobooks from CDs and make MP3s to hear on my MP3 player. Also I use MP3Tag when I digitize cassette tracks from cassette audio books and convert them to audio books. Most audio books have their tags done in a most haphazard manner.
When the next version came out (it appears you may just have just released yet another) I upgraded, but none of my scripts or processes worked. After some difficulty I managed to revert to the former version. I’m now back using V2.46a.
I would really like to be using the latest version, but need some help learning how to do the same thing I was doing with V2.46a. I’m sure one of you experts could explain to me VERY quickly the scripts I need.
The particular scripts I'm using with 2.46a that I wish to be able to use with the latest version are as follows:
for renaming tracks from a single disc I use: Mortal Allies-T$num(%track%,2)of20
for renaming files (individual tracks from a single disc), I use: %title%
I have attached screenshots that show the process I am using to rename these files and tracks. I think they will be self explanatory.
Those script not seem to work with the new version. Can you help me to learn what scripts I would use to accomplish these same functions with the latest version?
Thanks in advance for your help. I'm not familiar with how to use the forum, so I apologize if I'm not doing it right.
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