Move unidentifiable albums to a custom directory of my choosing
I would like to see a feature that relocates (on the file level) all the albums that Bliss during processing ignores (or is never able to identify/make compliant) to a custom directory of my choosing.
This way I can continue identification work on those "rogue albums" with different tools, or simply just delete the albums alltogether.
We might also need to define "unidentifiable". Does that mean:
- Albums that have no linked releases?
Christian L. commented
I think a combination should be made here
Show them somewhere in bliss.
But to support ThirdParty tagger the files should be moved to a Folder (best if you can specify the Path by Settings) than a custom auto tagger can batch edit without touching already good files
Correct, I want Bliss to migrate the files and folders it does not identify or cannot make compliant to a directory outside of the directory that Bliss manages.
This way I can work on these confirmed "rogue items" by other means.
Do you mean select to then move the albums to a separate folder, so you can work on them?
In fact, I think I have to answer "no" to that question.
That would add an enormous manual job of selecting those folders/files manually after reading the list in the UI. It would not really add much value if it worked that way.
Would it also be useful to simply list the rogue files/tracks/albums somewhere in the UI?