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Subject: Re: AW: AW: Renaming Question

Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2008 21:20:19 +0100

I would use the replace function with a wildcard, like this:

Find: "]_*"

Replace: "]"

(do not include the quotes "" )

This should remove the double ending, leaving the one inside the [brackets]

When this is done you can use the "mp3 tagger" together with "setup parts" to change the id3 tag too. You find "setup parts" at the top right (just underneath the round "presets" button). It is the same as before, only much easier to use in v6. Use the parts, for example <%1>, as input in the mp3 tagger function!

(You need version 5 or 6 for both of these things.)

// Dan



Joachim (service) wrote:
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> Hi Dan,
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> I got Flash Renamer (version 4) from PC Welt. I did not pay for it but I really like version 6, it looks so clean and simple (even though I can’t work it yet but I just can’t find the time hehe). Anyways if you help me to get my Mp3s/WMAs the right way with your software, I will register the software 6.0.
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> The parts thing did not work that great, somehow I got other stuff removed that should have stayed.
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> Have a look at the image attached, the problem I have is that the ID3 Tag is often wrong and too long.
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> Take the first track for instance:
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> File Name: 01 – To The Moon & Back [Radio Edit]_Radio Edit.mp3 (incorrect)
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> Title: To The Moon & Back [Radio Edit]_RadioEdit (incorrect)
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> Artist: Savage Garden (correct)
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> Both the ID3 tag is wrong and the file name.
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> This is how it should be at the end:
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> File Name: 01 – To The Moon & Back [Radio Edit].mp3
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> Title: To The Moon & Back [Radio Edit]
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> Artist: Savage Garden (correct)
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> There are a number of tracks in the folder with the same problem but not all have the “]” part, because some are standard radio versions without a type or version.
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> Does this make sense?
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> I know it probably takes some time and thinking to fix this, which I am willing to do but I can’t seem to get Flash Renamer to fix this. Perhaps if you rename an Mp3 of yours to the way above and trying to fix it. (both ID3 Tag and file name)
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> Many thanks for your time and have a nice funday,
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> Joachim - Email: *****@***** - Homepage: www..eu
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> Tel: +49 (0)30 679 265 03 - Fax: (Bald wieder verfügbar) - Mobile: +49 (0)173 901 89 98
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> Von: RL Vision [mailto:*****@*****]
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 12. Februar 2008 22:28
> An: Joachim (service)
> Betreff: Re: AW: Renaming Question
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> Yes, you can write to me any time. But I'm about to change email to "rlv". (Just answer this letter)
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> Also check the homepage in the next week or so, because a new version is about to come out where I have improved the "parts" and other gui things. I think it will be a little bit easier to use!
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> // Dan
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> Joachim (service) wrote:
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> Dear Dan,
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> Many thanks for your quick replying. I was not able to try your suggestions until now but I just played around with it and had partial success.
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> I will check the manual and play around with this.
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> If I have more questions, is it okay to contact this email?
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> Many thanks for your help so far.
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> Friendly greetings,
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> Joachim - Email: *****@***** - Homepage: www..eu
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> Tel: +49 (0)30 679 265 03 - Fax: (Bald wieder verfügbar) - Mobile: +49 (0)173 901 89 98
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> Von: RL Vision [mailto:*****@*****]
> Gesendet: Sonntag, 3. Februar 2008 15:11
> An: Joachim (service)
> Betreff: Re: Renaming Question
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> Hi,
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> Try using the format function together with "parts". For example:
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> Format: <%1>.wma
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> Parts: <%1>_<%2>.wma
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> I'm not 100% sure that you need to include "wma", so please experiment with this. Read more about parts in the manual. Good luck!
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> // Dan
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> Joachim (service) wrote:
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> Hello,
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> With great interest I found Flash Renamer in PC Welt (Germany) and I was wondering if you could help me with the task in hand:
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> A lot of my mp3s/wmas have a double part in the ID3 Tag oder Filename too.
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> For example:
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> 01 – Some Kinda Rush [Club Mix]_Clubmix.wma
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> 02 – Now You’re Gone [Fonzerelli Remix]_Fonzerelli Remix.wma
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> Reason for this is that the Mp3/WMA Tag has the “song version” double (usually what kind of mix it is, club mix, radio edit, etc).
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> Can I use Flash Renamer to remove (crop) whaterver is after “]” so basically starting from “_” the underscore?
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> I looked through the options but discovered that crop does not let you set much options.
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> Thanks for your reply in advance and friendly greetings from Germany,
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> Joachim - Email: *****@***** - Homepage: www..eu
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> Tel: +49 (0)30 679 265 03 - Fax: (Bald wieder verfügbar) - Mobile: +49 (0)173 901 89 98
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