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Click the Build File Name Using Tags button to open the Tags panel, then click a tag. You can still type while this pop-up is showing, so you can mix literal characters with tags, or use backspace to correct any mistakes.
Note: Most tags have a long token and a short token. For example, the project name token can be {projectname} or {P}. Each tag’s tooltip shows its full and abbreviated tokens. To always use abbreviated tokens when you click a tag, select Use Abbreviated Tokens in the filename tags panel. You can freely use either format.
To see all tokens that can be used to specify the filename, click the Build File Name Using Tags button to open the Tags pop-up panel. To add a tag, click a tag button, or manually type the tag in the filename edit box.
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Project name = {projectname} or {P}
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Sample rate = {samplerate} or {sr}
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Bit depth = {bitdepth} or {bd}
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Channel format = {channelformat} or {cf}
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Track name = {trackname} or {T}
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Track number = {tracknumber} or {t}
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Tempo = {tempo} or {b}
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Key = {key} or {k}
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Task = {taskname} or {TN}
Press the Build File Name Using Tags button to display all available tokens.
Most tags have a long token and a short token. For example, the project name token can be {projectname} or {P}. Each tag’s tooltip shows its full and abbreviated tokens. To always use abbreviated tokens when you click a tag, select Use Abbreviated Tokens in the filename builder pop-up panel. You can freely use either format.
{d1} or {d}
{d3} or {D}
See Valid tokens for datetokens for valid date/time tokens
In addition the default YYYYMMDD, MMDDYYYY, and DDMMYYYY date tags, you can add a custom date/time format to the filename.
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Click the Build File Name Using Tags button to open the Tags panel, then click the Build Custom Date/Time Format button to open the Build Date/Time panel.
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Click Insert.
Note: Date tokens use the following format: {d=datetokens}. For example: {d=Ymd}.
l (lower case L)
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Click the Build File Name Using Tags button to open the filename tag panel.
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Type a name in the Presets combobox, then press ENTER or click the Create Preset button .
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