I've got some classical concertos that I'm trying to add to my library. The folder structure is:
music/artist/year - album/# - Artist - Title.ext
For the concertos, I'm removing the Artist from the filename. It helps to reduce the filename length. Before I did that, MM would throw an error about "not able to read file info" or something like that. When I eliminated the Artist from the filename portion, MM no longer threw that error. However, it's still not adding 2 entire folders to the library (about 7 songs). I have verified that the files in question (FLACs) have the correct tagging. I have opened them in VLC and in MP3Tag and they play and have the correct tags. What's strange, is that the files that are seen in MM and those that aren't have about the same amount of characters in their path/filename. Here's an example of one that works:
\\10.0.0.50\public\music\Beethoven\The 5 Piano Concertos - Alfred Brendel, Sir Simon Rattle & Wiener Philharmoniker\Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 4\3 - Piano Concerto no.1 in C major, op.15 - 3. Rondo. Allegro scherzando.flac
Here is an example of one that does not work:
\\10.0.0.50\public\music\Beethoven\The 5 Piano Concertos - Alfred Brendel, Sir Simon Rattle & Wiener Philharmoniker\Piano Concertos Nos. 2 & 3\3 - Piano Concerto No. 2 In B-Flat Op. 19 - 3. Rondo - Molto Allegro.flac
In both of these examples, I chose the longest filename in that directory. As you can see, the file that _doesn't_ work, is shorter than the one that does work. Very strange indeed. What else can I do? I'm running the latest 220.127.116.116 on Win 7 SP1 x64. I have a Gold License.