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Hey guys, I wasn't sure if this was the best place to post this, but it seemed like a decent fit. I've really been enjoying all the amazing work everyone has put into creating custom DLC for Rocksmith 2014, and I decided to give back in my own little way. It's kind of OCD, but some of you might find it helpful. I wrote a little program that will go through your DLC folder and rename all the PC DLC songs to match the embedded metadata, so it's easier to see what songs you actually have by keeping them consistently named. I also use it just to help identify songs that have incorrect metadata so I can manually fix them using the Custom Song Creator Toolkit. Here's my github page: https://github.com/Darrken/RockSmithDLCRenamer Make sure you read the ReadMe on that page! The source code is all there, and the program itself is in the "exe" folder for those that don't want to compile it on your own. :) I'm actually using methods from the Custom Song Creator Toolkit to get the metadata, so you developers will see some familiar DLLs in the Bin folder. I hope some of you find this useful. Update: Dropbox link to compiled program
I'd like to suggest adding a Renamer field for if Riff Repeater is present or not. I read the suggestion on the Custom Tone, I'd like to mark my songs that do and don't have it for the same reason as well. The DD. I noticed adds an underscore. is there a way to add the option to remove that and add it in Parentheses? Maybe even add a NDD if it isn't there instead of just having nothing. This is how I'm manually naming all my songs: Aerosmith - Falling in Love is Hard On The Knees (E Standard) (LRBV) (RR) (NDD) (CT) (v1.1)_p You see Tuning, RR, NO DD, Custom Tone, and the Version. - The reason I'm naming them like that, it makes it easier to tell if there is an update, or if someone else does a version. if one has DD and the other one doesn't. or one has a Custom Tone, and the other doesn't. I can easily look at my filenames and tell what one is better. and the filenames. After the RR gets added, and possibly the option to change how the DD works. my concern at that point would be the version. not all of them have the version tag set apparently, in my quick preview testing i tested 20 files, and only 4 had the version. and only a single digit version at that. Anyhow, those are my suggestions. good work with the Song manager tool. Everything else i've used on it works great. thanks for all your hard work. -Dev
Is there a program to rename my CDLC for me? When I download CDLC i open the Page for the song and rename it as: Avenged Sevenfold - I Won't See You Tonight (Part 01) (Drop D) (Lead, Rhythm) (RR) (DD) (CT) (v1.0)_p (The Instruments are only typed out if there are only 2, if there are 3+ then i just do the first letter of each, LRBV, Etc) I also often put the suggested notes after the version number as well. Because of this, it takes a long time to download files, my Firefox, currently has roughly 392 Tabs open all of songs I want to get, but haven't had time, as it takes so long due to the renaming of them. But in general I try to spend a couple hours every few days downloading them. If there was a program to read the cdlc and name them for me based on what the song actually had, that would be great, even make it customizable so people could name them how they want too. Maybe even organize them would be nice \dlc\artist\album\ or something. I did find a file renamer program by: Darrken, from a link on: Cozy1's Tutorial page. But when I ran it, the output was: Avenged Sevenfold - I wont see you tonight Part 1 - v1.0_p So clearly that won't work for what i'm looking for. is there anything like that available? or would anyone be willing to make something like that?