Filename templates

Filename preview

Create customized output folders and file names with metadata tags.

Syntax

Use <Metadata> to include metadata tag to the filename. Use backslash (\) to auto-create folders.

Conditional IF: Second set of <> removes all text inside the second <> if any of the <Metadata> fields inside the second <> are empty.

Filename Templates Examples

<Album Artist> - <Album>\<Number>. <Title>
Create subfolder "Album Artist - Album", create file name "Number. Title"

<<Album Artist> - ><<Album>>\<<Number> - ><Title>
Create subfolder "Album Artist - Album". If <Album Artist> metadata tag is empty, then create subfolder "Album".
If both <Album Artist> and <Album> metadata tags are empty, then do not create subfolder.
Create file name "Number - Title". If <Number> metadata tag is empty, then create file name "Title".

<<Album Artist>>\<<Album>>\<CD<Disc Number>>\<<Number> - ><Title>
Create subfolder "Album Artist" if the <Album Artist> metadata tag exists.
Create subfolder "Album" if the <Album> metadata tag exists.
Create subfolder "CDn", if <Disc Number> metadata tag exists.
Create file name "Number - Title". If <Number> metadata tag is empty, then create file name "Title".

Metadata tags

Tag Meaning
<Album artist> Album artist
<Album> Album title
<Year> Year (Date)
<Disc Number> Disc number
<Total Discs> Total discs
<Genre> Genre
<Total Tracks> Total tracks
<Number> Track number (zero-padded e.g. 01)
<_Number> Track number (e.g. 1)
<Track Artist> Track artist
<Title> Track title
<ISRC> ISRC code of track
<Length> Track length (zero-padded e.g. 03.16)
<_Length> Track length (e.g. 3.16)
<LABEL> Label (extended metadata)
<BARCODE> UPC or EAN of disc (extended metadata)
<Publisher> Publisher
<Encoded By> Encoded by
<Composer> Composer
<Conductor> Conductor
<Filename> Source file name
<METADATA> All extended metadata fields can be used