Auto-Organize Mask Addition for bit-rate

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Auto-Organize Mask Addition for bit-rate

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I'm looking for a few additions to the auto-organize mask and I'm curious if they exist and maybe aren't documented.

I'd like to be able to denote the 24-bit FLAC from the normal FLACs in the folder name (as I might carry both editions). 24-bit FLACs seem to have a sample rate of 96,000Hz (x2 channels = 192kHz)

Can I do anything to basically have $If(<samplerate>=96000, "[FLAC-24]", "[FLAC]") ? Can this be added?

Similarly, but far less important, is it possible to do this with MP3s such as [320 vs VBR]. This is far less crucial since the difference is minimal, but for FLAC is can make a difference.

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Re: Auto-Organize Mask Addition for bit-rate

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Largely what I want to get out of it is:

[FLAC-24] (bitrate of 96000/channel)
[FLAC] (other)
[MP3-320] (or 192/etc)
[MP3-VBR] (sadly there's no reliable way to detect V0/V2, but maybe the average bitrate could be used the same as the CBR bitrate)

$If(<Extension>=MP3,$If(<VBR>=No,MP3-<Bitrate>,MP3-VBR),$If(<Extension>=FLAC,$If(<Bitrate>=96000,FLAC-24,FLAC),"")

So really being able to name folders with this seems to be as simple as exposing the bitrate and VBR tags to the auto organize mask.

Any chance of this happening?
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