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SubjectRe: Sounds like split files Reply to this message
Posted byMarv
Posted on11/29/07 03:38 AM



> The files are fine, 307 FLACs. They've just all been renamed for god only knows
> what reason. The filenames they're supposed to have are all in the .sfv though
> and I was wondering if there's any way to use that to rename the files so I
> don't have to do it by hand. QuickPAR will do automatic renaming with .par2
> files but it's retarded about .sfv, since even though all of the CRCs match it
> decides the files aren't there since they're named differently.
>
> -nZero

I would have thought split files too, but if not then your out of luck for fully automatic ways to fix it (at least as far as I know).

One way to go might be to
- use the command line to pipe the names of the files into a text file
dir /s /on /b *.* >filelisting.txt

- Then copy the contents of that text file and the .sfv file into 2 columns of a table in Word.
- Then make sure that the columns match up (old filename to new filename).
-Then use some nifty fine and replace to turn the table into lots of "rename" lines...

rename old-filename-with-numbers name-from-sfv-file

It's a bit tricky to get right, but I do that kind of thing often (digital pictures mainly) and it's a lot faster than renaming 300 files by hand



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*Renaming files using .sfv?  ZeroKnightRaiden11/28/07 10:17 PM
.*Sounds like split files  n2locarz11/28/07 10:26 PM
..*Re: Sounds like split files  ZeroKnightRaiden11/28/07 11:15 PM
....Re: Sounds like split files  Marv11/29/07 03:38 AM