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  • WMA == M4A

    To compare the .WMAs on the left with the .M4As on the right I use an Alignment Override - fine - but how may I also filter out .WMAs on the (only) right?

    Thanks.

  • #2
    Name filters can't currently be marked as only affecting one side or the other. Those types of filters are applied after the alignment though, and if one side is filtered and the other side isn't the comparison is still shown. So just include a *.wma filter and you'll still be able to see any of them that you've aligned with .m4a files.
    ZoŽ P Scooter Software

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    • #3
      > Those types of filters are applied after the alignment though, and if
      > one side is filtered and the other side isn't the comparison is still shown.

      OK thanks, but when I tried that I saw some left side files fail to show - instabilities I think due to processing order. Perhaps from changing filter before a refresh? Report to follow when condition reproduced.

      EDIT:

      > So just include a *.wma filter and you'll still be able to see any of them
      > that you've aligned with .m4a files.

      But not any non-aligned, I note.
      Last edited by chrisjj; 21-Apr-2009, 10:14 AM.

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      • #4
        I can see how this workaround might be useful for some, but I need to check for orphans (in 12K files), which unfortunately it omits. If anyone can suggest another workaround, please do.

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