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    Default tagging - What is the file format naming structure for creating a new line for %T?

    I use OTS AV - DJ software when I convert the MP3 into a OTS file format, the artist name and song output converts into one line, by example; Beatles-Get Back. What I what to occur is to have Beatles on one line and Get Back on another line. I tried adding space, using a ^ command, and a few others with no luck. Currently output settings in Replay Music 6 are %A-%T. Is there a command that I can add to have %T drop to a second line?
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    Default Re: tagging - What is the file format naming structure for creating a new line for %T?

    Hi Spanky, looks like you may need to create a support ticket here. I can see that this is a specific case and they might need to duplicate this issue first.

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    Default Re: tagging - What is the file format naming structure for creating a new line for %T?

    The program does not have a command to drop to a second line. We do keep a list of requests to submit to the developers so you never know. Thanks.

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