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iTunes enumerate tracks based on file name


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Hello everybody. I need some iTuens related help.

Suppose I have lots of files with a similar structure in their file name such as "myFile ##" whereas ## indicates a two digit number. I want to give them track numberings, but doing it one at a time is extremely annoying. I was wondering if there's an option or add-on that can infer file name structure and automate the numberings?
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