Mp3tag v2.50 Released

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  1. hayc59

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    Mp3tag is a powerful and yet easy-to-use tool to edit metadata (ID3, Vorbis Comments and APE) of common audio formats. It can rename files based on the tag information, replace characters or words from tags and filenames, import/export tag information, create playlists and more. The program supports online freedb database lookups for selected files, allowing you to automatically gather proper tag information for select files or CDs.

    Mp3tag v2.50 Released
    March 11th 2012

    Whats New:
    Converter Tag - Tag
    This converter formats tag fields by other fields content, which means that you can use it to copy tags from one field to another or to combine contents of multiple different tag fields in one tag field. As already known from the other converters, you can use placeholders for any tag field and scripting functions within the format string to format the content of the specified tag field.
    Furthermore, the format string is evaluated while typing and you can verify the results using the builtin preview.
    Unicode Playlists in UTF-8 format
    You can now save playlists in Unicode format encoded as UTF-8 if you use *.m3u8 as file extension. This can be useful if file names contain special characters. Applications which support UTF-8 encoded playlists are, e.g., Apple iTunes and foobar2000.
    Discogs API 2.0
    Discogs.com released a completely redesigned API for accessing data from their website based on the popular JSON format. Mp3tag's web source framework and the corresponding discogs web source have been updated to this new format
    • This version fixes various issues that have been reported after the last release of Mp3tag

    Download: Mp3tag
     
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    Thanks for the info! It's one of the very best I've used.
     
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    Essential util, for me. Thanks
     
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