Hello Why do I get the name of the recordings in different ways, without a pattern to follow? example (00000000, 000005D0, 5BAC2C6F)
Rather than mucking about with Python or R you can easily batch-add the serial numbers to the filenames using "Advanced Renamer" (free from www.advancedrenamer.com).
The serial number is saved in the "Artist" tag prefixed with "AudioMoth "
So to add this use the "Add method"...
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Alternatively, Advanced Renamer can read text directly from the file - so to add the serial number without the prefix you can use...
Add: <File Content:107:16>_
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The device serial name is included in the WAV file header so you could also write a small Python or R script that annotates the serial number to the filename if you need to automate this process.
The new Config App has some tools for expanding T.WAV files and for splitting normal WAV files. You can use the splitting tool to copy the files from an SD card to another location (or to the source destination) and also add a prefix to the files. If you set the maximum file length greater than the actual length of the files then you will get the whole file.
With last firmware, AudioMoth are currently saving files in "YYYMMDD_HHMMSS" format. But there are 15 recorders recording at the same time, so all files have same name. Is there any way of adding a prefix (wit