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keep tracks in CD order rather than change to alphabetical.


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  • 3 weeks later...

Ummm...computers being computers, the short answer is there is no setting; however, if the operator would add (for example) a 01 prior to the title of the first song you want, then the computer would put that on the disc as the first song...and so on, a 02 prior to the title of the second song.....

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use the %n2 switch in the options, works like a charm.

 

For example:

 

[%a - %b] \ %n2 . %t

 

does the following

 

[%a - %b] makes a folder in my target directory using the (%a) artist name a dash (-) and %b the album name. Inside that directory %n2 fixes a leading zero to the track number then %t which is the track name.

 

Voila! track listing in the same order as the source CD.

 

-Cheers

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On 3/8/2016 at 3:36 AM, Techrep said:

use the %n2 switch in the options, works like a charm.

 

For example:

 

[%a - %b] \ %n2 . %t

 

does the following

 

[%a - %b] makes a folder in my target directory using the (%a) artist name a dash (-) and %b the album name. Inside that directory %n2 fixes a leading zero to the track number then %t which is the track name.

 

Voila! track listing in the same order as the source CD. Xvideos Youporn Xhamster

 

-Cheers

I forgot to mention the dot. Isn't strictly necessary as far as I know but I like it anyway 

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