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Trencavel



Joined: 15/09/2017 05:10:01
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Hi,
I have been using the program for about a year now, I am just wondering whether I should been using it more effectively. This is what i currently do:
1) Run on unsorted folder with
Basic | Only allow match if all songs in grouping match to one album
Basic | Only allow match if all tracks in album were matched
Both checked
Matched ones are moved to 1 | Complete
Non matched ones remain in Unsorted
2) Run again on remaining folders in Unsorted with
Basic | Only allow match if all songs in grouping match to one album
Matched ones moved to 2 | Incomplete (but matched)
Rest remain

Just wondering whether it would be possible to do this in one step, would it possible to provide a rules based scheduling to say if fully matched to set of criteria do this, if not run follow up processes separately?
paultaylor

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Joined: 21/08/2006 09:21:27
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Trencavel wrote:

Just wondering whether it would be possible to do this in one step, would it possible to provide a rules based scheduling to say if fully matched to set of criteria do this, if not run follow up processes separately?  

The matching logic does sort of do this already, but we have to balance against doing so many steps/permutations that matching can take too long. I think you will get the best results sticking with your current approach

thanks Paul (Administrator)
 
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