Tag Editor for MAC OS X allows to download, edit and clean up ID3 tags of music files in one spreadsheet window in batches; rename multiple audio files simultaneously; listen music tracks within the app.
You can download full version of 'Tag Editor' from the App Store or download trial version from amvidia.com/tag-edtior first.
Tag Editor for MAC supports ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags for MP3, WAV, AIFF, FLAC, and MP4 tags for MP4 and M4A (Apple lossless) files.
Editable tags are Album, Album Artist, Artist, Artwork, Audio Codec, Audio Format, Bit Rate (kbps), BMP (Tempo), Channels, Comment, Composer, Copyright, Disc Number, Encoded By, Genre, Grouping, Key, Title, Track Number and Year tags.
Music tags can be downloaded from online databases, such as MusicBrainz, AcoustID, CoverArt. You also can set auto creation of tags from files and folders names, and load artworks from local folders.
Music files can be renamed in auto or manual modes in batches. Folder, File Name, Extension and other attributes of tracks can be seen and used for tagging.
Tag Editor allows see, edit, copy, paste, find, replace multiple tags in once through spreadsheet windows. It also helpful for cleaning tags of mess: fixing encoding, unifying case, removing extra spaces and characters.
Tag Editor for MAC allows to paste artwork tags to multiple files from a browser, finder or using an audio file.
All changes in tags are controllable thanks to Revert / Reload / Save functions. Quick Look function ensures ability to quickly check if tagging is correct. Tag Editor can be managed just by keyboard shortcuts for speed and more accurate tagging.
Download free trial version of Tag Editor at amvidia.com/tag-editor and find out how quickly and efficiently organise entire music collection on your MAC.