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Old 08-05-2008, 04:41 PM
Dave Woyciesjes
Default Ripping mp3s....(with Grip, Solved)

Dave Woyciesjes wrote:
> Dave Woyciesjes wrote:
>> Chris Jones wrote:
>>>> Okay, got Sound Juicer ripping 192kbps mp3s on this box. But lo and
>>>> behold, it's doesn't stick the ID tags in the file... Grrr... While I
>>>> look, what are people's favorites for ripping & tagging in one shot?
>>>> Still haven't figured how to get it to name the files the way I want...
>>> I don't use sound juicer - Couldn't get on with it.
>>> I prefer kaudiocreator or grip. Both can name files however you want +
>>> add the tags automatically (at least they did for me).
>>> cheers Chris
>> Thanks, I'll give 'em a whirl...
> Well got Grip going, and it does add the tags. Now to decipher how to
> change the naming scheme...

heh heh heh. Solved. On the Config - Encode - Encoder tab, set the
Encode File Format filed to "~/Music/%A/%d/%n--%a.%x" which ends up with:
~/Music/AlbumArtist/Discname/Track Name--Track Artist.mp3

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