Scratch Pro not displaying new file names...
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    Default Scratch Pro not displaying new file names...

    I ran all my tracks through Mixed In Key, which outputted new file names with key and BPM.

    When I try to load and display these in Scratch Pro I see the new file name for a split second, but then it reverts back to the old file name (not displaying the key and BPM in the name).

    Is there some kind of cache somewhere that needs to be cleared?

    Thanks for the help...

    jo-jo

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    Do a consistency check dude. If that doesn't work try converting you tags to v2.4
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    Thanks Jester...

    I have been using WAV files, did constancy check and nothing. Then I tried converting to MP3, and same issue. I'll try converting to v2.4 next I guess. Have to read up on it, as I only just heard about ID3 the other day. I'm pretty new to all this.

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    Yes if you use iTunes to sort your tracks it uses idv2.3 by default, and sometimes traktor cant read the tags properly because it likes 2.4. give it a try anyway. You can select all your tracks in itunes and convert them that way.
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