That's actually not as easy as using
$replace in the naming script. The slash
/ is a special character that is used as a folder separator in the naming script. To prevent that a slash in any variable is treated as a folder separator it gets replaced in all variables before the scripting is actually executed. That means if you have
%artist% set to
AC/DC it will be converted to
AC_DC before being processed by the script. If that would not happen you would end up with a folder hierarchy of AC > DC. But that also means you can't use
$replace in the renaming script to change it.
If you want to replace
/ with any other character, e.g.
|, you will need to do this before the renaming script is applied. If you set the following script in Options > Advanced > Scripting it will replace any slash in the
%artist% variable accordingly:
That will of course have the downside that it will also replace the
/ character in the tags. To fix that don't change the
%artist% variable itself but create a new one, e.g.
The leading underscore in the variable name makes this a hidden variable, that will not be written to the tags. But you can use it in your renaming script (just use
%_artist% instead of
%artist%). If you do this for every variable you use in the renaming script you will have the result you wanted.