Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: For a patch, what file name format do you use?
Re: For a patch, what file name format do you use?
From: Chris Hoekstra <chris_hoekstra_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 03 Apr 2003 17:18:15 -0600
I do NOT use id3 tags, so my filenames must be correct. I find id3 tags
are often incorrect when obtaining music outside of my control, so I
have sworn them off.
Here is the format I use for music:
Artist - songname.mp3
Turntablerocker - No Melody.mp3
Here is the format I use for audio books (since they need to be in the
Author - Bookname - x of n.mp3
Carl Sagan - Contact - 1 of 8.mp3
Hope this feedback helps,
TP Diffenbach wrote:
>For a patch I'm writing, I'd like to know, from as many persons on this list as would be willing to reply, what file name format(s) you use.
>Please include examples of each format you use, showing optional parts in square brackets ("")
>For example, I use the format:
>[digit]digit- title -- album [- composer ]- artist.mp3
>An example is:
>01- Contrapunctus I -- The Art of the Fugue - Johann Sebastian Bach - Lynn Ziegler, organ.mp3
>The digits are the track number. For albums with fewer than 10 tracks, only a single digit is used, thus the optional first digit.
>I have a few in the format:
>which Archos included when the unit was shipped An example is:
>(And is case you're wondering, yes, I do use Id3 tags too. The Id3v2 and Id3v1 tags repeat and add to the information captured in the file name.)
Received on 2003-04-04