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Add Track Number To Filename For Mp3 Extracts

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Is there a way to include a CD track number in a filename when converting tracks to mp3? This seems to be needed to keep the original track order when playing in mp3 players. Thanks.

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Is there a way to include a CD track number in a filename when converting tracks to mp3? This seems to be needed to keep the original track order when playing in mp3 players. Thanks.

 

I don't have EMC 8 on my computer at the moment but if you go into Music Disc Creator, chose mp3 disc and look at file/project settings, there is an option to rename the files in order to assure playback order (at least in Creator 2009 there is.)

 

Post back to let me know if that options is there. Also it would help to read the help information about playback order (the check marks next to the types of files) and to check out the file naming button options.

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Thank you. Yes, there's a very similar screen. I created a disc, and the program assigned numbers to the track names. However, what I wanted to do was to convert the files on the hard disc with the track numbers of the original disc. I'd like to do all my exporting to the hard drive and create folders to go on the mp3 CD and burn it as a data disc.

 

When I try the Music Disc Creator's Export function, there are advanced features for Output Settings, with options for Filename/Folder Structure, with possibilities like <Artist>_<Album> but no code for Track Number. (I have a screen shot, but couldn't find the way to upload it here.) Does your later Media Creator program have Track Number as one of the options for file naming?

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