This is the best bulk tag editor I have used, so much better than MP3Tag I used to use on my PC, I have since switched to Mac only and could not be happier with this app, it is so easy to drag whole CDs of media from the finder to Tag Editor then select all image column and drag a photo from safari google search image select all my clicking top left corner of the finder window hit save then remove and BOOM... Done! The Find all non-empty columns feature is the best for finding unwanted junk tags etc. The only thing missing is the ability to edit iTunes new M4a tags for the "Clean" "Explicit" tags, but that does work in the beta version, hopefully the app store version will be updated, so if you need that feature go to the Amvidia web site for the beta version. I have found no bugs and have used this app extensively! The find data from file path or from internet works awesome and even can pull in artwork (though I prefer to get that form a google image search, it is much faster than my method so you may like that more than I do). The editor allows you to edit even the file name! Copy, past to and from columns and other apps with ease, click save and its done. There are many useful functions too like reload, revert, replace, move the list goes on and on. If you are on the fence on getting this editor and another our I would look no further, this app has everything you need to edit MP3, M4a and even Wave file tags.
By DJGeoJoe43 on Aug 16, 2019, USA
Free and awesome!
It is possible to change multiple file names with the free version.
Exactly what I was looking for.
Intuitive to use!
Tag Editor's interface is organized as an Excel-like spreadsheet, where each column represents an audio tag, a file or audio property. Tag Editor displays columns of two types:
Editable columns with audio tags, like Artist, Album, Artwork, and others. Those audio tags can be changed manually, downloaded from online databases and saved. Saved tags are embedded in audio files.
Read-only columns, which show file or audio properties, such as the Duration, Bit Rate, and others, are not editable and can be used for the creation of new tags and removing of lower quality duplicates.