double subfolders

Asked by Cor on 2011-05-11

I'm currently converting all my music to mp3, so I've selected my entire folder ("Music") to convert and output to a different folder ("mp3"). I'd liked to retain the folder structure of artist/album, so I selected create subfolders and leaving filenames unchanged.
What happens is that I get a double sub folder tree. like for artist Foo I have album "Bar" and "BestOf". This results in ./Foo/Bar/Foo/Bar/ and ./Foo/BestOf/Foo/BestOf instead of ./Foo/Bar/ and ./Foo/BestOf/
Is this because I already had ordered my files like the latter? And the original folder tree is just copied.

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2011-05-11
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Cor (corninaber) said : #1

Just got the brilliant idea just to try it. And yes it works like I suspected.
When I disable the create subfolder option, the original folder structure is used (which in my case is what I wanted). I will mark it solved, probably just a case of RTFM on my part. Might be an idea though to include an original example file path in addition to the example new one.
Thanks for this great program, it is saving me a bunch of time and effort