UberFLAC's /autoname:<Strategy> switch provides the ability to rename all files in a rip based on tag values. If no naming strategy is given then ArtistTitle is assumed. This switch is only valid when the /sig switch is also provided.

Signing a rip requires that all file names contain only characters that are contained within the Windows-1252 character set. This is a requirement of digest (.md5) and playlist (.m3u) files. UberFLAC will ensure that files are 1252 "clean" when renaming by substituting characters where appropriate.
/autoname:Manual
Files and directories are never renamed by UberFLAC. Files may be renamed by the user and those renames will be detected. In addition to manual track renames, the 3 album files may be renamed if all are renamed consistently. Failure will result from any names that are not Windows-1252 clean.
/autoname:ArtistTitle
For tracks, layout is always:

<track> - <artist> - <title>.flac

For album files, layout is:

<artist> - <date> - <album>

unless the rip has no album artist in which case the album file layout is:

(Various) - <date> - <album>
/autoname:ShortTitle
For tracks where the artist is identical to the album artist, the track layout is:

<track> - <title>.flac

otherwise the layout is:

<track> - <artist> - <title>.flac

For album files, layout is typically:

<artist> - <date> - <album>

For discs without an album artist, the album file layout is:

- <album> - <date>
/autoname:UnloadedAlbum
Tracks and album files are renamed like ShortTitle with additional tags used to form album file names. For details, see UnloadedAlbum Naming Strategy.

Last edited May 12, 2016 at 1:04 PM by Nongorilla, version 2