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how to do directories in Clementine

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Re: how to do directories in Clementine

#11 Post by fehlix » Sun Sep 30, 2018 6:33 am

cjos wrote:
Sun Sep 30, 2018 4:43 am
May I ask what my cat is doing on your title page?
When you say "Fairly well explained", am I guessing correctly that you are going explore the short falls? Do you know of any other tutorials on Clementine?
The best way to understand Clementine is to use it and try different options.
An important foundation used in Clementine is the use of the audio tag meta-data of the music files.
The audio tags are not explained in detail in the video.
Good tools to understand audio tags of different music files, to view or edit are e.g. easytag or kid3-qt.
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Re: how to do directories in Clementine

#12 Post by cjos » Mon Oct 01, 2018 7:11 am

fehlix wrote:
Sun Sep 30, 2018 6:33 am
cjos wrote:
Sun Sep 30, 2018 4:43 am
May I ask what my cat is doing on your title page?
When you say "Fairly well explained", am I guessing correctly that you are going explore the short falls? Do you know of any other tutorials on Clementine?
The best way to understand Clementine is to use it and try different options.
An important foundation used in Clementine is the use of the audio tag meta-data of the music files.
The audio tags are not explained in detail in the video.
Good tools to understand audio tags of different music files, to view or edit are e.g. easytag or kid3-qt.
:puppy:
Thanks Fehlix, that sounds good to me, and what I would do if there was no Forum.
Kind regards,
Cjos

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Re: how to do directories in Clementine

#13 Post by cjos » Thu Oct 04, 2018 9:51 am

Hello good people,
I am guessing that this question and answer session has come to an end?
Just in case it is still alive, the stummbling block page, having tried to work my way through it again, is the "ORGANISE FILES" page.
My kind thanks to you all,
Cjos

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