Mp3tag can rename files based on the tag information, replace characters or words from tags and filenames, import/export tag information, create playlists, and more. It supports online freedb database lookups for selected files, allowing you to automatically gather proper tag information for select files or CDs.
- NEW: added support for Direct Stream Digital Audio DSF files
- NEW: added taskbar progress indicator on Windows 7 and above when performing potentially long-running tasks
- NEW: menu for removing format strings from history at converter 'Filename - Filename'
- CHG: updated help file with changed possible values for ITUNESADVISORY tag field
- FIX: content rating tag field ITUNESADVISORY was not displayed if set to 0 (None)
- FIX: enabling/disabling filter via 'View > Filter...' or F3 while in editing mode could write data to wrong file
- FIX: export field parameter at $loop() was compared case-insensitive which caused unexpected behavior at duplicate detection
- FIX: filtering for field HAS " " was also matching files without blanks
- FIX: ID3v2.3 TDAT was read to DATE when reading but not stored as TDAT when writing
- FIX: improved performance when displaying actions menu
- LNG: updated Bulgarian, Catalan and Russian translations
Reviewing 2.58 (Feb 17, 2014)
Reviewing 2.58 (Nov 24, 2013)
@krgood - There was no down-loader when I just downloaded this program just a small setup file around the same size as previous - I can only assume malware on your PC is redirecting you?
Great program, the case conversion is most handy after ripping a CD.
Reviewing 2.58 (Nov 22, 2013)
When attempting to download this release, you must download a download manager in order to get the program. This seems to always lead to malware and unwanted popups later. So, unless I can download it directly and with no "extra" programs being installed without my approval, I I will have to remove this program and use something else.
Sad, this was a decent program,,
Reviewing 2.57 (Aug 22, 2013)
Reviewing 2.55a (Apr 24, 2013)
this update is unnecessary since nobody uses Pentium III and Athlon XP any more...