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How to organize music?
Set track number from file name in MP3 music management software

I have 278 MP3 files, arranged by the CD they came from. I have 27 folders each named "CD [#]"

How can I use the folder's name as a tag for each of my MP3 files?

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marked as duplicate by Randolf Richardson, Sathya Nov 17 '11 at 4:30

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Yeah, everything he's asking is doable off the same software. There's just this tiny learning curve, then WHAM, its almost like magic. – Journeyman Geek Nov 17 '11 at 3:52
oops to slow again. This donateware audio file tag editor with extensive automation capability might do it? . I would be testing it on a backup set first seeing all the possible things (or bugs) that could happen. – Psycogeek Nov 17 '11 at 3:54
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Mp3tag, it will need a little tweaking but something like c:\pathtofiles\%discnumber%\%dummy% should work in the filenames to tag option would work.

Really its the ONLY tagger you need, once you get a hang of it.

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