I need help. I just want to create a renaming mask that will rename both the directory and the filename. I’ll admit I gave up on Jaikoz because I don’t understand the java syntax. Which, is silly because Jaikoz is the best tag manager out there.
So, I have renewed my license and am giving it another go. I just need help or someone to write a rename mask based on my examples below. I am appreciative for any help and at in awe of people that can right java syntax.
Here’s some starting thoughts:
I would like to save all multidisc releases without separate disc folders and number all tracks as one big collection starting at number 01.
I’m assuming ext is automatic, though am including for clarity of my thought process.
Here’s what I want to do:
Single Artist Album
Sort Album Artist/Sort Album/Track No[space]–[space]Title.ext
The FLAC file: “War is coming” track 1 on the album Platinum Jazz by the band War.
War/Platinum Jazz/01 – War Is Coming.flac
The FLAC file: “New Riverside Blues” track 5 on Disc 2 on the album Fantasy Blues Finds by Robert Johnson. (Note: Disc 1 has 17 tracks).
Johnson, Robert/Fantasy Blues Finds/22 – New Riverside Blues.flac
Sort Album Artist/Sort Album/Track No[space]–[space]Artists[space]–[space]Title.ext
The FLAC file: “No Time Like The Right Time” by the Blues Project, track 7, Disc 1 on the compilation Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965–1968
Various Artists/Nuggets Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968/07[space]-[space]The Blue Project[space]-[space]No Time Like The Right Time.flac
The FLAC file: “She’s My Baby” by the Mojo Men track 23 on Disc 3 on the compilation Nuggets: Original… 1968. (Note: Disc 1 has 27 tracks. Disc 2 has 31 tracks).
Various Artists/Nuggets Original… 1968/81[space]-[space]Mojo Men[space]-[space]She’s My Baby.flac