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Windows Media Player 11 Organization

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by pacman., Jun 8, 2006.

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    first off i'd like to apologize if i missed a thread like this while searching through the forums (i know how annoying it can be). i downloaded the beta version of wmp 11 and it seems fine except for the way it organizes my music. a good example is one of the cds i ripped to my laptop. i ripped the soundtrack to unbreakable to my laptop and i did NOT edit any information. i left it just the way it was and it now resides in a folder labeled "Unbreakable" with all the tracks in the correct order with the correct track name and information. however, when viewing the album through wmp 11, it says that track 1 comes from an 'unbreakable' album, track 2 comes from a different 'unbreakable' album and tracks 3-14 come from yet a third 'unbreakable' album. it also renamed tracks 3-5 to "Unbreakable Film Score" but those aren't the correct names and when i go back to the original folder on the computer, they're still correctly named. i only have ONE unbreakable album on my laptop with all the correct track names so why is wmp 11 automatically trying to figure out how to organize it (and doing a poor job of it) when it's already organized? "Unbreakable" is not the only album this happens to, it actually happens to most of my albums. is there a way i can tell wmp 11 to stop automatically organizing my music information and just have it organize my music the way i have it organized on my computer?
     
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