Is it possible to control how the meta data track number is written?

I really like Beets so far. It does exactly what I need, but I have one grip. When the meta data gets written it writes track number like 1//1 by default. I’d rather it just be 1,2,3,4… Is it possible to control this?


directory: ~/Media/Music/sorted
library: ~/Media/Music/musiclibrary.db

    copy: yes
    write: yes

    default: $albumartist/$album - [$year] [$catalognum] [$media-FLAC] [${bitdepth}bit]/$albumartist - $album - $track - $title

plugins: lastgenre

    auto: yes
    count: 3
    prefer_specific: yes
    separator: ','
    source: album

Hi! Can you explain a little bit more about how you’re viewing the track number? What software are you using to determine that it’s written like “1//1”?

Different tools can represent this information in different ways, and they can sometimes be misleading—even if beets is writing stuff in a straightforward way, other software can display it in a way that makes it look weird.

(This also depends on the file format, FWIW—different kinds of files use different styles for their data.)

MP3tag. It does it because Music Brainz has the data like 1.1 2.2 3.3 FLAC

Looks like it as just mp3tag. Looks fine in Foobar.