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Subject: Re: AW: Track Name in ID3 Title

Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 19:48:47 +0100

Yes, I am the (only) developer of Flash Renamer. I've been working on it since 1999(!) I'm very happy to hear that you like it!

The reason you had to add a space is because otherwise the new filename would be identical to the old, thus it won't be renamed.

One problem with your "parts setup" is that <%4> is not present in all filenames. If you use <%4> in a function it will not work on these files (unless you go to advanced settings and modify the OnlyRenameIfAllUsedTagsAreAvailable settings)

I tried your example and was successful in writing the ID3 tags based on the parts. Your screenshot does not show your settings here, so I can't really tell what you are doing wrong...

// Dan



Joachim (service) wrote:
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> Hi Dan,
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> Are you the (or one of) the developers of Flash Renamer? I would like to mention that I have purchased this great product and hope to therefore get you guys to continue developing this product… but for me it has more features then I can possibly need.
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> The screenshot is attached. Big enough? I reduced it just a bit, I think it’s still readable but let me know.
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> Basically if I use <%1> <%2> <%3> <%4> it gets all the parts it needs and corrects the file names correctly.
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> I need to make a space however after <%4> in order for it to work, if I just have all the above without a space after <%4> it won’t work.
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> I then I have to additionally use the space trimmer, which works great… but perhaps I am not working the parts right.
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> Anyways, I am sure you can explain it to me.
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> Greetings,
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> Von: RL Vision [mailto:*****@*****]
> Gesendet: Montag, 25. Februar 2008 19:43
> An: Joachim
> Betreff: Re: Track Name in ID3 Title
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> Hi again,
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> Could you take a screenshot and send to me? I would like to see the following info in it:
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> * "setup parts" window
> * mp3 tagger settings
> * filename
> * the id3 tag window in winamp or similar
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> This will allow me to see what you are trying to do. (I had some similar problems before, so it could actually be a bug.)
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> // Dan
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> Joachim wrote:
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> Hi Dan,
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> I did not say thanks in my last e-mail, so here it is: thank you! J
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> I hate to write to you so quickly again, I am sure you must be busy on Sunday evening but I just wanted to add to my last e-mail that somehow using parts I get the “track number” in the title (ID3 Tag) and I can eliminate this “part”. Am I doing something wrong?
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> For clarification, the file name is a-okay (just repeated this to make sure it is clear that only the ID3 Tag is the problem now).
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> Joe
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