Thanks David, but maybe I’m too dumb, but I cannot see how either of these programs can help the challenges I’m facing.
I’m currently going through the whole collection to detect problems with data and/or presentation and I’ve discovered oddities in the Beaux Arts Trio set of Haydn 9 albums of complete piano sonatas.
Two of the 9 albums display correctly but the 7 others do not. Checking back to Sooloos where they came from I see the fault lay there. Attempting to Edit - Identify did not insert the extra track data so Roon could not apparently fix this presentation:
“Using Basic File Information” did nix so the 7 “faulty” albums were deleted (and the library cleaned) so it was back to Sooloos to edit the track info so each piano trio was identified and showed as the header.
The corrected version was imported from Sooloos into Roon. [I guess you are meaning those track editings could also have been done via either of the other two programs but doing it via Sooloos seems to work OK].
First up the display via Roon did not alter, despite choosing the correct identification set from the left but all went well upon using Basic File information.
But then I struck another problem [life gets interesting in Roon sometimes].
Four of the 9 have been collated using edit - merge [so of the 9, nos 1, 2, 3 & 5 are collated OK] but when I attempted to add in the 5th album, actually no 4 in the set, I got this message:
Now it has 11 tracks as does no 2 in the set and it appears Roon is proclaiming I’m trying to double up no 2 again, something incorrect as the track titles and times are different for no 2 and no 4 in that set of 9.
Suggestions about what I’m doing wrong? Or is there a problem with Roon? I had a similar “merge” problem the other day.
Thank you for your patience.
I’ll add in screen shots of the two albums to help clarify:
8 of the 9 successfully collated and edited but that one album refuses to merge with the others as a distinct album.