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    Hey guys,

    As the title states do you guys know any software that writes BPM to the track name itself? Like I use keyfinder for keys & it'll write the key directly into the file name.

    Ex. "Drake - On One 7A 103bpm"

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    Mixed in Key - use the RENAME FILES option.

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    MP3Tag can populate the file name from tags, and it’s free.

    It’s bloody awesome and I couldn’t live without it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    MP3Tag can populate the file name from tags, and it’s free.

    It’s bloody awesome and I couldn’t live without it.
    So much this. Mp3Tag is one of the best inventions.... ever.... zomg. Just for renaming beatport filenames alone, let alone everything else.
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    Got any tips/actions you’d like to share?
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    For his purpose, you would right click on all the tunes, choose "convert tag to filename," then input %artist% - %title% - %bpm% and hit okay.
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    Thanks for your input guys! Y'all using the MP3Tag software on Mac or PC?

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    Only on PC.
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    I use KID3, you can make it read/write tags into filenames and vice versa. Really handy to remove or clean some tag fields you don't use as well and make filenames capitalized, etc

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    Also - if you're into tagging, check out beaTunes. Really handy utility for making sure ALL of your files are tagged/named consistently. Really useful.
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