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Michael Haan
2004-08-29, 10:16
Why don't you just use Tag&Rename to give them the proper tags?









>From: Krist van Besien <news (AT) kri (DOT) st>



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>Subject: [slim] Track play order problem when no track info in mp3/ogg file.



>Date: Sun, 29 Aug 2004 18:46:00 +0200



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>Hello,



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>I have quite a few files that I bought from allofmp3. These files



>all have a name in the format 01_song.mp3. 02_anothersong.mp3 and so



>on. These files do not have the tracknr in the ID3 tag. They do have



>the song name tag and album and artist tag set though. As a result



>they are played in alfabetical order, based on song title when I



>select the album.



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>What I would like is that, when no tracknr is available, the



>slimserver checks if the filenames start with a nr, and when this is



>the case, bases play order on this. Thus my allofmp3 downloaded



>albums would be played in correct order.



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>Krist



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Krist van Besien
2004-08-30, 01:49
Michael Haan wrote:
> Why don't you just use Tag&Rename to give them the proper tags?

I use "Easytag" which will do this for me. The problem is that for ogg files
this takes some time (as the file needs to be rewritten), add to that I access
the share my music is on via a not so fast wireless network and it becomes
rather unpractical.

Krist