I'm trying to create folders of compressed tracks from CD's and FLAC's using XLD. When I go to play back an album-folder of compressed tracks, the tracks appear (and play) in alphabetical order - not in the order they appeared in on the album.
I'm trying to accomplish two things ... #1) automatically add a track number to the file name (ie, "01 Stairway to Nowhere.m4a ... 02 Ready for Anything.m4a ... etc" .... and #2) also have each track embedded with the track number in its respective tag.
I just want my folders (of individual tracks) to play exactly like the original album ... and using song-embedded info, not a separate cue file.
I could have sworn this was a simple pref to check when I last used XLD. Now I can't find it and I have no idea how to get those two simple outcomes.
Can anyone help?
Why even release if they're not even done with it yet?
I think the idea is that work on hardware decoders can begin (they won't add any new codec features), although the precise bitstream may change if needed.
I also ultimately decided that this early in my theme development I didn't want to drift too far from your main branch if I could help it
Just now though I did have another idea of how to approach this as it's own item when the groups are being created, so I might give this another pass and see how difficult it is.
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Wouldn't the vast majority of cassettes be the ones we made ourselves? Back in the day (when the turntable was the prime music source) I used to wonder who actually bought commercial tapes.I occasionally did buy commercial cassettes, when there was no alternative format available in the few, small shops available to me (before I moved to London from the countryside and spent ruinous amounts of money on records).
Two I recall buying were Zappa's 'The Best Band you never heard in your Life' (partially mangled when I lent it to a friend) and Paul Kelly's 'So much Water, so close to Home'. I'd have loved to have bought both of them on LP or CD, but with limited choice, I had to get my music by any means necessary.