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Exist a Field with the "TOTAL of TRACKS"?, field indicating the total number of tracks
nekcab
post Dec 7 2012, 17:37
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Hi:

Thanks for reading.

When I convert files, I see that Foobar added to the "TRACK" field:
1st.- A backslash
2nd.- The total value of the album tracks in question

For example:
TRACK field: "03"
TRACK field after modified by Foobar: "03/23"

And I can not find a field (either type "Extended Fields" or Type "Information Fields") which shows the total for the album tracks, for in this way I can modify it, and so Foobar do not change my field "TRACK", that I would have previously prepared.

Thank you again.

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nekcab
post Dec 8 2012, 12:11
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Completely agree.

The key, those say by you:

QUOTE (smz)
"....The tracks within the "single file per album with embedded cuesheet" maintained the original attribute of 17, which is absolutely correct. You can't change that. As a matter of fact I don't think there is a TOTALTRACKS attribute STORED for cuesheet files (embedded or not). The value is derived from a count of the tracks present in the cuesheet."


And precisely because it is a value "calculation" (the result of an internal calculation Foobar itself), causes me some discomfort. Solvable, yes, but the discomfort after all. (The original idea is I can change 3, 5, 7, .... albums at once, with a simple rule en Mp3Tag.... once converted files by Foobar2000)

For example, in the case of working with files. CUE, I have found the solution by forcing the field "TITLE" in that file .CUE, displayed data fields that need to modify for each file. Then, when extract it, with a simple rule in Mp3Tag, to modify incorrect remaining fields.
And in the case of separate files, the solution by you propose.


Thank you again.

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