How to Find Files Not Volume Analyzed?

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How to Find Files Not Volume Analyzed?

Post by GeraldB » Thu Mar 26, 2009 3:49 pm

Most of my files are analyzed but I think a few have escaped. Is there a smart way to find them? I don't see it under "Files to Edit."
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Re: How to Find Files Not Volume Analyzed?

Post by nynaevelan » Thu Mar 26, 2009 4:51 pm

What version of MM are you using, MM 3.1 has an Unleveled node under files to edit? I am almost positive MM 3.0 also has this node. But you can also use the My Custom Nodes or Magic Nodes scripts to find the unleveled tracks in your library.

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Re: How to Find Files Not Volume Analyzed?

Post by Bex » Thu Mar 26, 2009 5:23 pm

The node is confusingly enough named Unleveled, i think it should be renamed to Unanalyzed Volume.
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Re: How to Find Files Not Volume Analyzed?

Post by fourteen » Thu Mar 26, 2009 7:52 pm

One way is as mentioned use the Files to Edit/Unleveled node.

Another is to first ensure the Track Volume and Album Volume columns are displayed (right click on the column bar and check Track Volume and Album Volume). Then, e.g. with the Album node selected in the tree, sort on Track Volume (or better, on Album Volume). All the tracks that have no Track Volume and/or Album Volume will end up at the top.

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Re: How to Find Files Not Volume Analyzed?

Post by GeraldB » Thu Mar 26, 2009 8:31 pm

Thanks to all for the quick answers. Good forum.

Edit - I used "Files to Edit>Unleveled" It selected all the tunes with no entry under Track Volume. It did not go any further, so my worry that it would level files without my control or identify the wrong files was unfounded.
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