As far as I remember, it is the path to the actual file. I just had a few files to fix up so it wasn't a problem for me to run the command on individual files.herman wrote:Is "pathtotrack" just the path to the directory where the files exist, or does this command need to be run and include the file name for each and every track? With over 1000 CDs and probably 10,000 tracks I can't type in the command line for every track.
I'm not sure what facilities AtomicParsley provides for bulk processing of files, but if it doesn't, you may be able to combine it with another terminal command. For example, the find command can search through a directory structure to find files meeting certain criteria and there is a find -exec option to execute another command on the files found. However I haven't tried combining find with AtomicParsley.
I'm definitely not a Unix guru and really not very knowledgeable about the Mac terminal so I'd recommend you post a query on the AtomicParsley forum here.
I found them very helpful when I had some questions.