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selkov



Joined: 01/06/2018 22:25:04
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So my understanding was the program listened to the music and identified an acoustic fingerprint to compare against the data bases.

As a base test I took 25 songs and removed various info randomly
title - artist -album etc ran Jaikoz and it corrected them all.

So I then took those 25 songs and deleted all the meta data and ran Jaikoz, it identified ZERO songs...>WTF?

paultaylor

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By default when you are trying to match songs from the same folder Jaikoz assumes they are from the same album and only allows a match if can find an album that all songs match to. This is to prevent Jaikoz breaking up albums just because it can find matches for some of the songs.

There are exceptions if you are matching more than a 100 songs from one folder if Jaikoz cannot find a match assumes its a random folder.

Alternatively you can relax this behaviour by unchecking

Preferences:Remote Correct:Match:Only allow match if all songs in grouping match to one album

this will give you matches as expected.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
selkov



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I had already unchecked that option. Simply
Put it is not recognising any of the songs
paultaylor

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Okay please run Help:Create Support Files and email support the zip file that is created.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
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Hi, still waiting for support files so I can help you.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
 
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