Choose output folders and naming of new media files for structuring your current standard storage.
- Open the Options
- Click Storages & output.
- Click Configure filenames, folders, ... .
Choose base folders for audio and video recordings. Starting from now, Audials saves all recordings into these base folders, according to their file type.
- To change the output subfolder structure and file naming for new recordings, click Configure subfolders and filenames, and then choose a naming rule for subfolders and filenames.
- On the buttom of the dialog window, select Automatically update subfolders and filenames... ...when editing tags.
- Examples for naming rules of subfolders and filenames:
Rule Filename Folder structure in the base folder
Default for music:
artist - track Audials saves new tracks in folders named by artist.
Default for videos:
\artist - track.ext
artist - track Audials saves new tracks directly in the chosen base folder. \genre \artist \album \nr track. ext nr track Audials saves new tracks in a folder named by the album. This folder is contained by a folder named by artist, which you find in a folder named by genre. \artist \year \artist - track.ext artist - track Audials saves new tracks in folders for each artist and there in a subfolder named by the year.