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How do you name the folder in which you store Audio CD scans?

Hello, how do you name the folder in which you store scans of the front, back, and booklet? I'm currently using "Artwork" but I don't think it is proper naming since it is not truly a form of art but more information.

Re: How do you name the folder in which you store Audio CD scans?

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Is it not really art?  Might depend on the album, but an artist likely designed what you're seeing.  I also have plenty of CDs where there's little to no information on the front or back covers, but only in the booklet.

Re: How do you name the folder in which you store Audio CD scans?

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Do you think the name "Artwork" work for booklets?

 

Re: How do you name the folder in which you store Audio CD scans?

Reply #3
Scans.
If i decide i want to use one of the Scans folders png files as cover/front/back i encode them one directory up and name 'em accordingly. I also use Scans as a working directory for when i want to do some restorations.