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I have tried to use the edit view feature in winamp.

I edit the current audio view and add a filter saying tracks not equal 1.

However, no matter what I do I can't seem to make it work.

What I'm after:

I want to create a view where I only see artists that I have more than one song of.

  • I do not want to change attributes on the files.

Regards

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I'm sorry, but I think it is not possible in current versions of Winamp. That filter that you have been setting (tracks > 1) compares with a field "Track #" in the ID3 tag of a file, not with a number of tracks of a specific artist.

TRACKNO: Track number of file
TRACKS: Total number of tracks on the disc

In example, if your "Track #" field in the ID3 tag contains "1/20", then TRACKNO = 1 and TRACKS = 20.

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Even if it was'nt the answer I was looking for, thank you. =) – elgrego Aug 2 '09 at 13:53

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