Hello everyone, I must admit that I am starting to despair of being able to clean this MP3 file base, maybe I have to give up and throw them all in the trash,
I am making a comparison between two hard drives
Let's say HDA represents the original hard drive
Let's say that HDB represents the hard drive on which the processing takes place
We can see that there are about 400 more songs on HDA, which is explained by a first attempt to remove duplicates on the other disc.
Found that some tags are wrong on HDA
Found that on HDB, after automated processing, some tags that were correct have become false
Found that on HDB, after automated processing, some tags which were false have become correct
Is there finally no other way except the human ear to confirm the fair value of metadonates
Are there any tips the more experienced can share?
I would tend to think that the pre-2014 HDA source has more bad tags after automated processing on a 2021 operation on HDB, but I have no certainty, I cannot say what the error percentage is on HDA and HDB
I have 50,000 files being processed and it is really VERY long to set up, which is why I wanted to rely on an automated process, but it doesn't seem like the right solution ...
I am a little lost, I had fixed the summer to achieve the operation, and I feel that I do not manage any more, I do not imagine myself checking 1 to 1 more than 30 000 files which have undergoes modifications during automated processing.
It is also in the sense that we can appreciate MP3tag which offers semi-automated means, in order to always keep a form of control.
So I suggest to the experts, starting a sort of Best Practices of doing things so that those who want to get started can have a good starting point with the right tools and the right processes.
For example is there a way to compare two MP3 Music Files Collection (base, storage, playlist),... from fingerprint, or in other way ...