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  1. Hello

    Back in the early 2000's i used a free program where all the track titles would come up and i would just cover and paste all tracks onto Notepad or WordPad.

    Anyone remember the name of this software?

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    Most CD rippers will go online for you and get the track listing if it is a commercial, store bought CD.
    Something called CDText was also used on a small portion of CDs.
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  3. Thanks hech54

    Thanks for the information my friend... Its i have a good few mp3's in folders and instead painstakingly copy/paste each track onto notepad, is there another software/way of doing this?

    Many thanks
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  4. Like CMD:

    Code:
    dir /b *.mp3  > tracklist.txt
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    Originally Posted by videobruger View Post
    Like CMD:

    Code:
    dir /b *.mp3  > tracklist.txt
    Does modern DOS allow you to copy and paste the results to a text document?
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  6. Hello

    Thanks again for replies., Much appreciated...

    I shall take a look... hopefully it will do the job.

    Many thanks
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  7. Originally Posted by hech54 View Post
    Originally Posted by videobruger View Post
    Like CMD:

    Code:
    dir /b *.mp3  > tracklist.txt
    Does modern DOS allow you to copy and paste the results to a text document?
    The given command line outputs the list to a plain text file called tracklist.txt. That can be opened with any text editor. If one does this instead:

    Code:
    dir /b *.mp3
    The list will be printed in the CLI window where you can mark and copy to the clipboard, then paste into any program.

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    You can get a bare list of all files in a folder and subfolders therein with:

    Code:
    dir /s /b *.mp3  > tracklist.txt
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