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Help! I need a Mp3 Organizer!

Discussion in 'Archive' started by JeffNOrangeCounty, Oct 31, 2002.

  1. JeffNOrangeCounty

    JeffNOrangeCounty Member

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    I have been in a download frenzy since the Napster days. I had no storage on my hard drive so I just burn them off in storage cd's

    Now I am loading them all up on my new computer w 160 GB) and I find that I am sifting through 1000s of Mp3's (some repeatedly)

    Is there a program that sorts them out?
    Deletes repeated files?

    ....awaiting breathlessly

    JNOC
     
  2. GrizzlyHall

    GrizzlyHall Member

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    It's hard. I've been downloading for the past 5 years...and not util this year have I thought about organizing. I basically create folders:

    WALT DISNEY WORLD
    HORIZONS
    RIDE SEGMETS
    DIALOG
    Main Shuttle Port Scene.mp3

    It takes a while, but it actually becomes fun. At least for me! :D
     
  3. will

    will Member

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    I recommend creating folders too. It helps me keep my downloads organized (Soundtracks ---> Composers ---> Titles).
     
  4. MusicMajor

    MusicMajor New Member

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    I've been quite attached to a MP3 organizer/tagger called Helium2. Tags, renames, reads from filenames, complete MP3 database. Only downside is that it doesn't work with WMAs (my ripping format of choice). Find it at www.helium2.com

    Timothy
     
  5. Shane

    Shane Member

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    Organizing by directories has always been my choice as well...
     

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