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Alright I have about 2000 files which are named 1, 2, 3, 4, …. 9, 10, 11, 12 …. 99, 100, 101, 102…. 999, 1000, 1001 etc.

http://ipicture.ru/Gallery/Viewfull/18633265.html

ordinal numering, you know.

it’s well-known problem in PC at all.

FMOD Ex can’t count correct and there is a problem like:

1, 10, 2, 20…

of course all messes up and the order of files (which is really important in FSB) misses.

http://pic.ipicture.ru/uploads/090509/WEGWjssFUb.jpg

I don’t know what to do 👿
I know that my problem can be easily solved by renaming files like this: 0001, 0002 … 0009, 0010, 0011 … 0099, 1000, 1001.

I tried total commander but I don’t know how to make this tool add three zeros to one-digit filename, two zeros to two-digit filename etc… and of course total commander has the same problem with order. so i just have no idea what to do 👿 i’m sick of this ****.

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If you have cygwin installed (linux-like command prompt) and a few tools like "sed" then you could batch rename them in a script.

Or some other scripting tool with regular expressions…

Using regular expressions, you could:
replace ([0-9]{1}) with 000\1
replace ([0-9]{2}) with 00\1
replace ([0-9]{3}) with 0\1

Something like this is a good start:

[code:9pm481qv]cd path/to/files
for filename in *
do
newname=echo $filename | sed -e 's/([0-9]{1})/0\1/g'
echo mv "$filename" "$newname"
done
[/code:9pm481qv]

if it looks like it’s doing the right thing, remove the ‘echo’ word and it will really be renaming the files.

-Matt

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For renaming with a Windows GUI there is a nifty free tool that I use called Rename Master:

http://www.joejoesoft.com/cms/showpage.php?cid=108

You should be able to use that to sort out your problems.

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you don’t have to rename, just use a .lst file with fsbank and tell the encoder which order you want to encode in.

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