Topic: Folder naming - Take over a bit from old name
I hope you are willing to assist a scripting noob. I use one of the awesome file naming strings from the repository thread and wanted to modify it for my needs. The string (courtesy of UllicPendragon) I use is:
$replace($if($eq($left($if2(%albumartist%,%artist%),4),The ),$left($right($if2(%albumartist%,%artist%),$sub($len($if2(%albumartist%,%artist%)),4)),1),$left($if2(%albumartist%,%artist%),1))/$rreplace($replace($if2(%albumartist%,%artist%),...,…),\\.\$,$noop(.))/$if(%date%,[$left(%date%,4)] )$rreplace($replace(%album%,...,…),\\.\$,$noop(.))/$num(%tracknumber%,2) - $replace(%title%,...,…),_,$noop(.)))
It results in the files being named like this:
S\SixxA.M\ The Heroin Diaries Soundtrack\03 - Life Is Beautiful.mp3
which is pretty much what I want and I am happy with it. BUT, in a horridly arduous work I manually renamed all folders some time ago, so that I have the bitrate and encoder in the folder name.
Example: Wisp - NRTHNDR [V0, Lame]
Now, is there a way I could keep those endings and implement them in the new file/folder naming structure?
Thank you very much in advance,
P.S.: Also, a minor cosmetical issue: Is there a way to have the year in "normal" round parentheses like "(2010)" instead of ""?