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mp3tag 2.86

By Florian Heidenreich  (Freeware)
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Mp3tag is a universal media tag editor. It is an easy to use app for conveniently editing tags in audio files such as the information about artist, album, title, and album art.

The app supports batch tag editing of ID3v1, ID3v2.3, ID3v2.4, iTunes MP4, WMA, Vorbis Comments, and APE tags for multiple files simultaneously. Additionally, it supports Mp3tag queries from online databases such as Amazon, discogs, freedb and MusicBrainz, and can then auto update the tags (including cover art) in your music library.

Key features Include:

  • Batch process ID3v1.1, ID3v2.3, ID3v2.4, iTunes MP4, WMA, Vorbis Comments and APEv2 tags in multiple files.
  • Support for album art.
  • Import tags from online databases such as Amazon, discogs, freedb, MusicBrainz.
  • Support for Regular Expressions.
  • Support for changing the formatting of file names and tags in uniform schemes.
  • Automatically create playlists manage them playlists automatically while editing the tags.
  • Export to HTML, RTF, CSV and create lists of your music library with custom templates.
  • Full Unicode support.

With Mp3tag you can rename files based on the tags, replace characters or words in tags and filenames, import and export tags, create playlists and much more.

Overall Mp3tag is a smart little app that saves you stacks of time gathering tag information for your music library. It is lightweight and uses hardly any system resources.

Title: mp3tag 2.86
Filename: mp3tagv286setup.exe
File size: 3.41MB (3,578,040 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Freeware
Date added: January 24, 2018
Author: Florian Heidenreich
MD5 Checksum: 0A33803A52B5A4E37EC7BB2C5DF34E88

FIX: action "Format value" for _FILENAME caused new file directory to be set also in cases where file cannot be renamed.
LNG: updated Bulgarian, Czech, Hebrew, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese-Brazil and Slovenian language files.
FIX: vendor string was not written when updating Vorbis Comments in Opus files.
CHG: default tag panel field names are now auto-translated on language change.
CHG: default file view column names are now auto-translated on language change.
FIX: runtime error when parsing broken UFID ID3v2 frames.
FIX: runtime error when performing library cleanup directly after enabling library option (since 2.85i).
FIX: runtime error when performing save via keyboard shortcut while in-place editing in the file list.
FIX: importing tags via Discogs tag source set YEAR field to 0 for releases without year.
FIX: file list selection mark was wrong in some cases after deleting, removing or moving files.
NEW: added option to cleanup the database from orphaned files.
NEW: added preferences page to enable the Library and to configure included directories.
CHG: attempting a more graceful shutdown on out-of-memory conditions.
FIX: deleting non-standard files from file view did not update file list (since 2.85b).
FIX: sync issue between actual file information fields (i.e., size, modification timestamps, ...) and internal representation (since 2.85b).
FIX: runtime error when adding files to an already running instance via the Windows Explorer context-menu extension (since 2.85b).
FIX: file renaming collision when target file was already in database but removed externally (since 2.85b).
FIX: info fields were not updated in database when tags were written or removed (since 2.85b).
FIX: actions that caused a directory to be renamed did not update the database entries (since 2.85b).
CHG: improved library reading performance on subsequent reads by using an internal database.
CHG: MP4 tag fields are not truncated to 255 characters anymore.
FIX: runtime error when adding cover art to Ogg Vorbis or Opus files (since 2.85a).
CHG: improved memory consumption especially for large music libraries.
CHG: changes regarding cover art are now also part of undo information.
FIX: tag sources framework function 'json_foreach' now also works with arrays as unnamed JSON root element.

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