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Hello,

is it possible to configure a short release date?
I would like to have only the year of the release,
rather then Year/Month/Day

Thanks Thomas
Hey Paul,

I am sorry for been impatient, but I am working on my mp3 library for some time. Maybe my mistake is using to many tools to achieve the desired result.
I have been using SongKong and the post was supposed to be for SongKong, but I also have a Jaikoz License and I use a few competitors tools.
I guess I give Jaikoz a go, I bought a license I might as well make of it.

But from your answer can I conclude that this feature is not available in SongKong?

Cheers Thom,as
Hello World,

Question: Is there a way of determine if an album has all the required tracks?

Jaikoz is able to identify duplicates, but I cannot see it actually flagging when a track(s) is missing. Maybe I am just a bit slow but I have not been able to managed finding such option as yet.I just noticed again that for whatever reason an album did not copy completely, it did assessment and No warning or errors.
Now if Jaikoz would do its assessment correctly against an album and it does find duplicates (even if that is a different process) it sure should be able to identify that if the albums should have 11 tracks and it in the reality their are only 9 tracks? It does not have to tell which tracks are missing (would be nice) but at least flag that their is a discrepancy between the albums compared.

I hope this makes somewhat sense, I do like to go off in tangents.

Thanks THomas
Paul, you almost got me their. Never thought of checking that as I have been playing this set already for some years. OK, result of the visual is all files have MP3 extension which does not mean it is an MP3. But I have downloaded a tool that can analyse file types and I have enclosed the result as jpg, I hope it well help.

Cheers Thomas
I have some MP3s that SongKong does not recognizes, can be read with MP3Tagger and a number of other tools with out issues. The error-message that I get is " None of the file or folders selected contain any songs that can be read by SongKong " - I confirm that the folder contains music that contain music

Any help or suggestion greatly received.

Thanks Thomas
 
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