Last post by anamorphic -
What, you think foobar is tricking you?
Yes, using metadata field names anywhere in foobar will always show up as such (although now you are replacing the brackets so they will not match exactly). Except for characters that cannot be used in filenames, like a '?' that gets renamed to a '-' instead.
Another way you could test the tracks is with a right-click > File Operations > Rename, and using the same converter string. It should have nothing to do if everything matches.
Last post by Fletchesus -
One follow up question - is there an easy way to ensure that the renamed files are reflected as the metadata file names, or must one take the extra step to use a program such as Mp3tag to ensure that the filename as converted > metadata file name. Cannot see an easy step in Foobar conversion process to do so.
Many thanks again.
The extent it helps current string is: $caps(%album artist% - $replace(%album%,'(','[',')',']')/%tracknumber% $replace(%title%,'(','[',')',']')%)
Last post by Rollin -
In DSP manager DSP presets are sorted alphabetically. But in DSP switcher in toolbar they are sorted... how? By the date of creation? Can we have them sorted alphabetically just like in DSP manager?
Last post by greynol -
At higher bitrates, lossy artifacts from a well tuned codec are almost never identified as spatial/directional, regardless of the grade of gear let alone headphones vs. speakers, etc. Even at lower bitrates, non-spatial artifacts are still going to be more noticeable than spatial artifacts.
Last post by korth -
OK, I found the same problem as yours on another PC. Apparently there was a block on the zip file on that computer (didn't have that problem on two other computers). After unblocking the zip and extracting again, CUETools works fine. See pic.