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Music Tag Editor

By SwiftMedia

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Music Tag Editor can help you to edit your Music Tag info easily and effectively,Batch edit all tags and batch rename with metadata, you can also use it to convert the text encoding of Music Tag, In situations,it can repair the messy code in Music Tags. You also can download the album image for MP3 from internet.

Support Music formats: MP3, M4A (Apple lossless), MP4, FLAC, APE, Ogg files
Support ID3V1, ID3V2.3,ID3V2.4, xiphComments, APE Tag, Ogg Vorbis, Ogg Speex, Ogg Flac.

Main features:
1. support id3v1,id3v2,xiphComments, APE Tag, Ogg Tags,iTunes tags. Tags:Title,Artist,Album,Genre,Copyright,Comments,Artworks,Lyrics and so on...
lyrics you saved to file can be show correctly in you iPhone or iPod music player.
2. support batch processing of lots of music files,support iTunes importing.
3. Online album image download,multi album image supported.
4. batch rename audio file with metadata
5. user can change,convert the tag text encoding easily, it also can repair messy code in situations.
6. Fully iTunes Tag supported.
7. Support strip APE or ID3V1 tags in mp3 files
8. Batch clean tags

What's New in Version 2.3

1. Batch clean every tags.
2. Replace your music title with File name.
3. bug fixes.


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Customer Reviews

Is this a joke?

Basically this app simply re-creates many of the functions iTunes already has. I only bought it for one reason, I though it had tag-from-filename functionality. This is mainly my fault becuase I misread the app features, and mistook rename filename for what I wanted.

I have several mp3’s from years ago that whose filenames were arranged “track# - Artist - Track Name”, but for some reason the tags combine the artist and track name as the song title (for example a song title in iTunes might read “Tom Waits - Going Out West”, and the artist name is blank. I simply wanted to tag from the filename to fix this. This was a pretty easy function I knew how to do on a PC in 2001, but for some reason have yet to find an easy way to do it on a mac.

I thought this app might do it, but once again I wasted my money on an app that didn’t do the one simple thing I needed.

Workhorse - looking forward to future dev

I bought this, despite a number of negative reviews about earlier versions. (I am the 23rd reviewer.) The interface is not all it could be, but I wouldn’t call it clunky. And more to the point, this editor does some things easily that the previous 7 tag editors (trials) I downloaded today could not. (The biggest feature I needed was to mass rename the tracks of tunes using the filename.) I find it to be solid and useful and I look forward to additions, such as the ability to preview changes before implementing them.

Confusing; poorly designed

Has a preference setting for deleting ID3V1 tags, but doesn’t say when, where, or how you’re supposed to be able to do that. Automatically? Don’t appreciate that. With a button? Which one? It also won’t let you add a space before a dash in a file name based on ID3 tags.

Music Tag Editor
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  • $4.99
  • Category: Music
  • Updated: Dec 11, 2013
  • Version: 2.3
  • Size: 3.2 MB
  • Languages: English, Simplified Chinese
  • Seller: liu zhuo

Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later, 64-bit processor

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