HANDY SPREADSHEET FOR QUICK TAGGING
Discover the newest way to batch tag and rename audio files using the handy spreadsheet. Meet the Tag Editor for Mac, a spreadsheet application for editing audio metadata in a simple, fast, and flexible way.
The Tag Editor supports various audio formats, ID3 tags for WAV, AIFF, FLAC, MP3 files, XIPH/Vorbis Comments for the FLAC files, and MP4 tags for M4A and MP4 files.
Tag Editor for Mac allows you easily and quickly:
"... makes it easy for you to organize your music files,
and perform other metadata management tasks
without having to go through complicated procedures."
"The program is designed to manage
large music collections easily."
COLUMN AND ROW MANAGEMENT
The app's primary purpose is to represent, edit, and process the audio metadata in a structured way. Therefore, the application has easy to follow layout - the spreadsheet window with the toolbar and the table containing rows and columns. In addition, the app can open a few spreadsheet windows or tabs simultaneously.
CHANGING TAGS INSTANTLY
With the Tag Editor for Mac, audio tagging is not a tedious job anymore.
You can load, change, and control all changes in one spreadsheet window using the keyboard shortcuts. It can significantly speed up workflow and be incredibly convenient for laptop users. Tidy your entire audio collection with both auto and manual methods quickly and easily!
The Tag Editor can search for artworks in online databases, such as CoverArt, Discogs, MusicBrainz, AcoustID, etc. So, select a few artwork cells, and choose Edit / Load Tags / From Network.
The app also can load album artworks from local folders automatically or manually.
Tag Editor is ideal for editing and renaming files with the use of audio tags. Spreadsheet format allows you to check, edit, and automatically standardize multiple filenames in a single table.
File names can be changed in auto or manual mode as well.
IMPORTING TAGS FROM ONLINE DATABASES, PATH COMPONENTS, MUSIC AND ITUNES
The Tag Editor supports the automatic importing of audio metadata from online databases, such as MusicBrainz, AcoustID, CoverArt, etc. The metadata loader can also parse and load tags from path components, such as folder or file names.
To import tags from Music and iTunes, drop the Music playlist to the Tag Editor, select a few Rating cells, for example, and choose Edit / Load Tags / From Music (iTunes).
Read More: Getting Started with Tag Editor >>
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CLEANING UP AND IMPROVING TAGS
The metadata editor provides built-in commands for improving existing tags:
- Fix Encoding - converts the metadata to Unicode and makes it readable.
- Change Case - changes the case of the metadata.
- Remove Extra Spaces and Characters
It becomes easy with the app to get rid of unwanted and low-quality audio tags.