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EAC: how do I automatically organize each album into its own folder?, ToS6—Was “File organization (nondescript)”; not FLAC-specific so moved
pellryan
post Oct 2 2011, 19:38
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I'm able to send my ripped CD's into a file named "EAC Music" but it sends each individual song into the folder, so doing multiple CDs sends all of the tracks into one big mess. How do I change the EAC settings to automatically organize each album into its own folder?
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Glenn Gundlach
post Oct 3 2011, 02:37
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I do it manually and while I don't use EAC, the concept is the same. The discs get ripped into a 'TEMP' directory an then copied to the final destination. It's not cumbersome as I don't rip a lot of discs at once. Rip a disc, move it and rip the next. It's just a procedure you get in to.

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mixminus1
post Oct 3 2011, 03:07
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EAC -> EAC Options -> Filename tab

All the placeholders are listed there so that you can build whatever path/filename pattern you want - here's a common one:

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%albumartist%\%albumtitle%\%tracknr2% - %title%


That would give, for example:

Radiohead\In Rainbows\01 - 15 Step.wav


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Juha
post Oct 3 2011, 04:22
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+ use database feature to fill that info automatically.

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This post has been edited by db1989: Oct 3 2011, 11:01
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