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Old 19th February 2013, 18:52   #5
MrSinatra
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yes, if you sort by filename or filepath, it is important to make sure they correctly list the track number. when i rip, my filenames are all: artist - ## - title.mp3 so they do sort correctly in explorer. (i have another method for comps, but they sort properly too)

however, i have np's in winamp getting proper sorting for my DLs, which often have crazy filenames, as long as the metadata is correct. i typically sort by albumartist, which tends to respect track numbers.

btw, i always rip with EAC. i think EAC or dbpoweramp are really the only safe ways to rip. i have never had an issue with bad track numbers using either, (probably b/c i don't think either uses gracenote)

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BUG #1 = Winamp skips short tracks
Wish #1 = Multiple Column Sorting
Wish #2 = Add TCMP/Compilation editing
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