That's really pretty much what the Organizer program does, Schlista.
Do you have the Photoshop/Premiere Elements bundle?
If not, Google's free program Picasa is very similar.
I do have the bundle. But I can't figure out how to get it to recreate my disk layout. I know how to sort and filter within the organizer. But
I want to change the actual file stucture behind it. The only way I can see is very manual by selecting the files I want to move and then moving them to the folder I want to put them in. I was hoping for an automagic way (like what media monkey does with Auto Organize).
It may be easier to understand if I explain what Media Monkey (MM) does.
MM works like most any other music database/player. It catalogs your library. But lets say you want to reorganize the layout of the music files/folders on your hard drive. To use auto organize you just say what you want the folder/file layout to be and it will move all the music (or only music you selected) to that format.
C:\Music\<Genre>\<Artist>\<Album>\<artist> - <Title>
would result in music being moved on your hard drive in the associated structure.
So using the above you may see something like the following:
C:\Music\Country\Alan Jackson\Here in the Real World\Alan Jackson - Chasin' That Neon Rainbow.mp3
C:\Music\Country\Johnny Cash\Original Sun Singles\Johnny Cash - Folson Prison Blues.mp3
C:\Music\Rock\Led Zepplin\Houses of the Holy\Led Zepplin - The Song Remains the Same.mp3
I can't be of any help there. Sorry. If Media Monkey is able to do this, it might be best to stay with it.
Thanks for trying though. I appreciate you trying to help everyone out.
Unfortunately Media Monkey doesn't do it...it only does it for music. Well there are some hacks to make it work with other files, but then I'm stuck with relinking all my media in organizer :-(