I'm having some trouble with how to set the path for syncing files. The default naming template turns out "Music\<Album Artist>\<Album>\<Disc-Track#> - <Title>" But that changes far too many fields for me and massively throws off navigation (the dreaded "Various Artists" in particular is a huge problem).
Conversely, using "preserve folders and filenames" just dumps everything at surface level with no grouping of artists or anything making for a big mess of thousands of albums in one folder.
Ideally i'm trying to get it to just recreate the structure i use within my music folder, I did some digging and found this thread from last year: (https://getmusicbee.com/forum/index.php?topic=31810.0
), Which seems to provide some sort of a solution.
However the way my music is organized, I have sub-libraries, Then artists or a common sorting factor, Then the album folders which contain the tracks.
For instance: C:\Users\<Username>\Music\Music\[FLAC]\Beatles\[1967-05-26] Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
or C:\Users\<Username>\Music\Music\[Game Soundtracks]\Final Fantasy\Distant Worlds\[2010-06-01] Distant Worlds II - more music from Final Fantasy
As you can probably see, that's a lot of subfolders, so using the "MUSIC\" shortcut, it creates about 5 excess folders between "Users" and the second "Music" folder.
Is there any way to set where in the chain it creates folders from? From the example above i would ideally want "Music\[FLAC]\Beatles\[1967-05-26] Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band".
How would i go about doing this or excluding all the needless extra folders being created from using "MUSIC\"?