You can use Mp3tag and create actions that replaces specific words.I've several for e.g. dj = DJFt. = feat.Vs = vs.It's very powerful, and free.Give it a try.
PS Is this program better suited than FB2K to do this ?
[$trim($replace($meta(title)' ',' ep ',' EP ',' Ep ',' EP ',' cd ',' CD ',' Cd ',' CD ',' dj ',' DJ ',' Dj ',' DJ ',' Ii ',' II ',' Iii ',' III ',' Iv ',' IV ',' Vi ',' VI ',' Vii ',' VII ',' Viii ',' VIII ',' Ix ',' IX '))]
[$trim($replace($meta(title) , ep , EP , Ep , EP , cd , CD , Cd , CD , dj , DJ , Dj , DJ , Ii , II , Iii , III , Iv , IV , Vi , VI , Vii , VII , Viii , VIII , Ix , IX ))]
Second, by using $meta() it avoids fieldremappings.
Quote from: Lyx on 07 November, 2008, 08:42:04 PMSecond, by using $meta() it avoids fieldremappings.Sorry, what do you mean?
Example: %title% will use the filename if the title-field is missing. In masstagging-scripts however, you typically do not want a file which as no title to get the filename applied as title. Especially not in a script which is supposed to only correct wrong capitalization.
Wow - so many further helpful replies ! Thanks.However, I have again consumed several glasses of red wine so will refrain from implementing suggestions until tomorrow ...
You'd need to add another space between "$replace(" and "$meta" for it to work at the beginning of the title. As well as add another set with a dot for it to work with titles like "Ii. Adagio".
The column "Title" is apparently only for reference, the old value of the field you selected is not shown.