Shaun Hill

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    15 comments  ·  bliss  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Shaun Hill commented  · 

    I can run a filter to detect these so I am only working with them when applying this action.

    Shaun Hill commented  · 

    For now I have gone back to mp3tag which gives me the option to rename/move albums which are part of a multi-disc set including changing the folder structure from Artist>Album>Disc 1 etc to Artist>Album (Disc 1) etc, adding this to the album name for each disc and changes the formatting of 'part of set' from 1/2 to 1 etc.

    Perhaps at the very least you could introduce this as part of the review process giving users the option for multidisc albums?

    [#0]
    T=4
    F=DISCNUMBER
    1=^(\\d+)/\\d+
    2=$1
    ! 3=1

    [#1]
    T=5
    F=ALBUM
    1=$replace(%ALBUM%,'[','(',']',')') (Disc %discnumber%)

    [#2]
    T=5
    F=TITLE
    1=$replace(%TITLE%,'[','(',']',')')

    [#3]
    T=5
    F=_FILENAME
    1=$replace(%TRACK% %TITLE%,'[','(',']',')')

    Shaun Hill commented  · 

    It feels like this feature could be implemented and it's frustrating that it's not there.

    Bliss is set to automatically move files/folders, what do I specifically need to do if I want to stop this but only in relation to albums which have multiple discs with tags stating disc 1/2 and disc 2/2 etc?

    Shaun Hill commented  · 

    If in the mean time I have to manually rename folders to album name (disc number), how do I stop bliss from moving all the tracks back into one folder?

    Shaun Hill commented  · 

    For example, I have a folder with both discs in it and they are correctly tagged disc 1/2 and disc 2//2.

    Shaun Hill commented  · 

    I think conditional formatting is a must.

    If part of a set of discs
    Artist [Folder]>Album Name (Disc 1)[Folder]>Track Number & Track Name[File Name]
    Artist[Folder]>Album Name (Disc 2)[Folder]>Track Number & Track Name[File Name]

    If no subsequent discs
    Artist[Folder]>Album Name[Folder]>Track Number & Track Name[File Name]

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