Can we choose the podcast destination folder on the device ?

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Can we choose the podcast destination folder on the device ?

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Hi,

I own a Samsung YP-R0, and it has a folder called "Datacasts".
If I want to access quiclky to my Podcasts, I have to put them there.

The problem is that on MediaMonkey, it seems we can't choose a folder for Podcast (I mean in "Configure Device", not in the PC). We can choose just one folder for everything ...

Am I wrong ? Is there a way to auto-sync podcast to a different folder ?

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Ryan B.
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Re: Can we choose the podcast destination folder on the device ?

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Arg ! Ok thanks, I'm alreay using a very long tag, so that would not be easy to add this one in it, but I'll try.

I'm already using this tag :

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F:\Music\$If(<Rating>=100,A5.0,$If(<Rating>=90,B4.5,$If(<Rating>=80,C4.0,$If(<Rating>=70,D3.5,$If(<Rating>=60,E3.0,$If(<Rating>=50,F2.5,$If(<Rating>=40,G2.0,$If(<Rating>=30,H1.5,$If(<Rating>=20,I1.0,$If(<Rating>=10,J0.5,$If(<Rating>=0,K0.0)))))))))))\(<Year>) <Artist>, <Album> - <Track#:2> - <Title>
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Re: Can we choose the podcast destination folder on the device ?

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$If(<Genre>=Podcast,\Datacasts,\Music)\$If(<Rating>=100,A5.0,$If(<Rating>=90,B4.5,$If(<Rating>=80,C4.0,$If(<Rating>=70,D3.5,$If(<Rating>=60,E3.0,$If(<Rating>=50,F2.5,$If(<Rating>=40,G2.0,$If(<Rating>=30,H1.5,$If(<Rating>=20,I1.0,$If(<Rating>=10,J0.5,$If(<Rating>=0,K0.0)))))))))))\(<Year>) <Artist>, <Album> - <Track#:2> - <Title>
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Thank you very much :)
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I would like to put a different file name tag for podcast, where do I put it please ?

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<Date> - <Album> - <Title> 
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$If(<Genre>=Podcast,\Datacasts\<Date> - <Album> - <Title>,\Music\$If(<Rating>=100,A5.0,$If(<Rating>=90,B4.5,$If(<Rating>=80,C4.0,$If(<Rating>=70,D3.5,$If(<Rating>=60,E3.0,$If(<Rating>=50,F2.5,$If(<Rating>=40,G2.0,$If(<Rating>=30,H1.5,$If(<Rating>=20,I1.0,$If(<Rating>=10,J0.5,$If(<Rating>=0,K0.0)))))))))))\(<Year>) <Artist>, <Album> - <Track#:2> - <Title>)
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Re: Can we choose the podcast destination folder on the device ?

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Thank you, I did this but I think there is an error somewhere, cause now the file name is :

e.g. : 2010 - Album - Title Artist, Album - 01 - Title )

the space between title and artist, and the ")" are in the filename :o
I don't understand from where they came from :o and don't understand the whole "Artist, Album - 01 - Title )" part anyway.

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Re: Can we choose the podcast destination folder on the device ?

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RyanB wrote:Thank you, I did this but I think there is an error somewhere, cause now the file name is :

e.g. : 2010 - Album - Title Artist, Album - 01 - Title )

the space between title and artist, and the ")" are in the filename :o
I don't understand from where they came from :o and don't understand the whole "Artist, Album - 01 - Title )" part anyway.

Cheers.
I tried it and it worked fine. What kind of tracks do you get that filename with? Podcasts or regular music?
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Re: Can we choose the podcast destination folder on the device ?

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nohitter151 wrote:
RyanB wrote:Thank you, I did this but I think there is an error somewhere, cause now the file name is :

e.g. : 2010 - Album - Title Artist, Album - 01 - Title )

the space between title and artist, and the ")" are in the filename :o
I don't understand from where they came from :o and don't understand the whole "Artist, Album - 01 - Title )" part anyway.

Cheers.
I tried it and it worked fine. What kind of tracks do you get that filename with? Podcasts or regular music?
Podcast.

As for the music, it's ok.
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Re: Can we choose the podcast destination folder on the device ?

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No, finally, for the music it's not exactly what I had in the first place, now it's :

(2002 Artist, Album - Track number - Title)

Instead of (2002) Artist, Album - Track number - Title.

So I guess it's a problem with the ().

I'll try to find where exactly the problem is.
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Re: Can we choose the podcast destination folder on the device ?

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After many tests, I know now what is the problem. But I don't know how to solve it.

The problem appears with the "," and the () at the end of the code, those who are on this part :

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\(<Date>) <Artist>, <Album> - <Track#:2> - <Title>)
(not the last parenthesis, which close all the code)

When I remove the parentheses for <Date> and the comma. The problem is solved, the podcast keep the good name, without this added. And the mp3 has also the good name

You can try it, just select both a music and a podcast track and then you click on "auto-organize files", so you can see what's happening on both at the same time, when you change the code.

But I don't know exactly how to solve this problem. I mean I'd prefer be able to use my previous title name.

Here is the working code without the last comma and the parentheses :

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$If(<Genre>=Podcast,\Datacasts\<Date> - <Album> - <Title>,\Music\$If(<Rating>=100,A5.0,$If(<Rating>=90,B4.5,$If(<Rating>=80,C4.0,$If(<Rating>=70,D3.5,$If(<Rating>=60,E3.0,$If(<Rating>=50,F2.5,$If(<Rating>=40,G2.0,$If(<Rating>=30,H1.5,$If(<Rating>=20,I1.0,$If(<Rating>=10,J0.5,$If(<Rating>=0,K0.0)))))))))))\<Year> <Artist> <Album> - <Track#:2> - <Title>)
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