Media Rage
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Edit info stored in MP3/AAC/Ogg Vorbis audio files.   Shareware ($29.95)
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Media Rage is a collection of tools for audio enthusiasts. It can edit information stored in MP3, AAC, FLAC, BWF, and Ogg Vorbis audio files in an easy and powerful manner. Media Rage can assist you in cataloging, organizing, sorting, and updating thousands of audio files with ease.
What's New
Version 3.4.9:
  • [Feature] Added many more data field destinations (e.g. Album Artist) to the Data Mover destination popups.
  • [Feature] Added ability to Organize into a folder with a title made from meta data.
  • [Feature] Added ability to convert colon characters in metadata to any other string in the Organizer output path.
  • [Feature] Added support for ALBUMARTIST comments in FLAC files.
  • [Bug Fix] Fix ability to detect some types of artwork in MP3s.
  • [Bug Fix] Remove FLAC comment for compilation if the value is 0. This fixes the "Max" app.
  • [Bug Fix] Fix album artist button in the Expression Designer.
  • [Bug Fix] Fix crasher in Import/Export tool.
  • [Bug Fix] Fix tooltip for Media Converter in the Toolbar.
Version 3.4.9:
  • [Feature] Added many more data field destinations (e.g. Album Artist) to the Data Mover destination popups.
  • [Feature] Added ability to Organize into a folder with a title made from meta data.
  • [Feature] Added ability to convert colon characters in metadata to any other string in the Organizer output path.
  • [Feature] Added support for ALBUMARTIST comments in more...
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later



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ver. 3.x:
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Nova-Bossa reviewed on 20 Feb 2014
I hope it's still being developed!
[Version 3.4.9]


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-=e=- reviewed on 14 Dec 2012
I have owned this app for years and forever ever it was my go to app for cleaning everything MP3 and FLAC related... However it has many bugs and has not been updated for OS X 107 or 10.8... Ive noticed that some of the features dont work properly under those two OSes which is sad... This used to be the best and I havent found a good replacement yet but it seems to have been abandoned. Dont buy it unless you are running an old OS
[Version 3.4.9]


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Sw_tester reviewed on 03 Feb 2012
works great and has a lot of features for working with music files. developer was very responsive to fixing some minor bugs quickly.

interface is not the easiest. sometimes I have to search for the correct function even though I have already used it before. but that can be forgiven for the fact it has so many features.
[Version 3.4.9]


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+3

Rram reviewed on 01 Jan 2012
[Feature] Added many more data field destinations (e.g. Album Artist) to the Data Mover destination popups.

I don't find this in destination field for data drop down menu while I use Data Mover
[Version 3.4.9]


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+1

Hagane reviewed on 16 May 2011
I used to use MediaRage to mass export and import mp3 tags with artworks, but now it crashes. I did use it on leopard and not snow leopard so that might be the culprit.
Now using version 3.4.8
[Version 3.4.7]

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Hagane replied on 18 May 2011
I've tested 3.4.8 on an iMac G4 running 10.4.11 and have same problems, so I started testing older versions of Media Rage.
Version 3.4.6 works!
So if you need to export mp3 tags and then reimport them use 3.4.6, you can get it here
http://idisk.mac.com/chaoticsoft/Public/media-rage-346.dmg.gz
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+161
Shane-Smith commented on 25 Apr 2011
Please update this program to version 4. It's been almost a year without as much as a simple update. Needs new UI and a few bug fixes.
[Version 3.4.7]


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-6

Trashie reviewed on 15 Jan 2011
Needs some updates. It is still very good though.

I agree with most people the UI is frustrating and badly thought out. It is like your using many small apps rather than one app.

However what the app does is fantastic and has never let me down. All the little apps in an app work perfectly. Some of them you won't find in other apps.

Unfortunately you can't use it alone as you get really frustrated doing a lot of tagging. If it has one fault it's auto tagging is not very good for mass tagging. So I use it with Jaikoz.

I use Jaikoz to autotag which it excels at but as out with that Jaikoz is limited and really slow to be doing hand edits in (Java) so I switch to this for clean up as it has all the tools to do this.

Together they work very well.
[Version 3.4.7]


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+451
Corpsecorps commented on 23 Aug 2010
Too clunky, especially for $30.
[Version 3.4.7]


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+2

+131
Lounge Deluxe commented on 28 Dec 2009
I've used MediaRage for many years now, but the GUI hasn't been improved at all over time. To me there seems no, or at least not enough cohesion between the many tools of Media Rage, and I often end up quitting the app and manually editing specific tags simply because I cannot find the right MR tool for it. Did the dev give up on further developing this app?
I sent him several support emails but he never replied, so that's a big fat -1 for him.

I hope all this will improve, because I haven't found a proper substitute for MR yet. My reference app is Tag & Rename, but that's Windows only.
[Version 3.4.6]


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+1

+161
Shane-Smith commented on 11 Nov 2009
This is the only piece of software I use when editing my media files. With that being said I am very disappointed with the development of this software. There are a number of bugs that have been present since Version 3, one of which is making changes to files that are not recognized in iTunes. It's pretty hard to pinpoint the problem since it happens some of the time and only on certain fields. My latest experience was adding cover art, it's in the file but the system and itunes doesn't see it. Please fix this software or better yet make a new version 4.
[Version 3.4.6]


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+42
Aargl had trouble on 25 Aug 2010
A bug appeared in version 347 that was not in 346: "Convert Filenames to Data" crashes.
Otherwise, it's a nice app for renaming and exporting tags to different files. I haven't found a better one yet.
[Version 3.4.7]

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Aargl replied on 07 Oct 2010
Even more bugs in version 348!!!
The app crashes with Data Import/Export function (I haven't tried the others and ran back to 346).
Note to the dev: I'm on 10.4.11 PPC.
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Aargl replied on 11 Feb 2011
Eureka! I recently switched to Leopard 10.5.8 and noticed version 348 doesn't crash — and 346 does!
So, if you're still on Tiger, use v346, and go on with v348 if you're on Leopard!
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Akanico had trouble on 12 Nov 2008
Tried that new version and have to admit it is still the most complete mp3 tag editor software out there.
It sure ain't pretty and even have an 'old school' look but it's not that important anyway.
What seems to be a bug to me though, with the media scrubber window after editing tracks (nice to change several fields at once now), it does not refresh infos.
The only way to see it is by removing tracks and putting them back.
And that's annoying..
[Version 3.4.3]

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Jason Giles replied on 11 Feb 2009
the new version refreshes the info in the scrubber
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Downloads:57,919
Version Downloads:6,883
Type:Multimedia Design : MP3
License:Shareware
Date:20 Dec 2011
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $29.95
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