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Media Rage
Media Rage
3.4.9
3.8
0.0
Media Rage free download for Mac

Media Rage for Mac3.4.9

21 December 2011

Edit info stored in MP3/AAC/Ogg Vorbis audio files.

What is Media Rage for Mac

Note: Media Rage is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for sale.

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 in Media Rage

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.
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david-97
david-97
Apr 20 2021
3.4.9
5.0
Apr 20 2021
5.0
Version: 3.4.9
Okay, so very odd...it's 2021 and I have Mac Pro 2013 running Mojave 10:14:6 and Media Rage is working absolutely fine and it always has done! Very occasionally when attempting to add metadata to a lot of files it would crash...so...I don't do that anymore and guess what...it never crashes. I'm using Media Rage to add meta data to files for professional purposes and never have an issue.
Aargl
Aargl
Sep 28 2019
3.4.9
5.0
Sep 28 2019
5.0
Version: 3.4.9
8 years after the end of Media Rage, we're still missing a decent successor! :-( I've tried a few of them but none is as features rich as Media Rage. I see Yate and MusicBrainz Picard as the most interesting, but for the time being I keep using Media Rage as long as I've got a 32 bits capable OS — might be a good reason for keeping around an old Mac, or an old MacOS in a virtual machine. ;-)
Bordwehr
Bordwehr
Aug 18 2019
3.4.9
0.0
Aug 18 2019
0.0
Version: 3.4.9
Any suggestions for a replacement that has a data dump function like Media Rage?
Bordwehr
Bordwehr
Aug 27 2015
3.4.9
0.0
Aug 27 2015
0.0
Version: 3.4.9
The developer site appears to be gone.
Bento de Espinosa
Bento de Espinosa
Feb 20 2014
3.4.9
5.0
Feb 20 2014
5.0
Version: 3.4.9
I hope it's still being developed!
-=e=-
-=e=-
Dec 14 2012
3.4.9
3.0
Dec 14 2012
3.0
Version: 3.4.9
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
Sw-tester
Sw-tester
Feb 3 2012
3.4.9
4.5
Feb 3 2012
4.5
Version: 3.4.9
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.
Rram
Rram
Jan 1 2012
3.4.9
4.0
Jan 1 2012
4.0
Version: 3.4.9
[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
Hagane
Hagane
May 17 2011
3.4.7
3.0
May 17 2011
3.0
Version: 3.4.7
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
Shane-Smith
Shane-Smith
Apr 25 2011
3.4.7
0.0
Apr 25 2011
0.0
Version: 3.4.7
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.
Trashie
Trashie
Jan 15 2011
3.4.7
3.5
Jan 15 2011
3.5
Version: 3.4.7
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.
Aargl
Aargl
Aug 25 2010
3.4.7
5.0
Aug 25 2010
5.0
Version: 3.4.7
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.
Corpsecorps
Corpsecorps
Aug 24 2010
3.4.7
0.0
Aug 24 2010
0.0
Version: 3.4.7
Too clunky, especially for $30.
Lounge-Deluxe
Lounge-Deluxe
Dec 28 2009
3.4.6
0.0
Dec 28 2009
0.0
Version: 3.4.6
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.
Shane-Smith
Shane-Smith
Nov 11 2009
3.4.6
0.0
Nov 11 2009
0.0
Version: 3.4.6
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.
Jobby
Jobby
Aug 31 2009
3.4.5
0.0
Aug 31 2009
0.0
Version: 3.4.5
"Account error: inactive" So much for the download link - is there a mirror anywhere? The links on the developer's site go to the same place… (As an aside, you'd think Apple would make a better looking failure page for mac.com than a couple of lines of monospaced text!)
Sunchaser21
Sunchaser21
Aug 19 2009
3.4.5
2.0
Aug 19 2009
2.0
Version: 3.4.5
Media rage use to be good or so I thought. until i this aug, i started to try to put id3 tages to my music, I was batch processing about 2000 songs.. media rage would crash EVERY SINGLE TIME.. restarted the computer, i even thought well maybe it is something in my computer , something i installed that is having an issue with media rage.. Reinstall leopard 10.5.7 Still crashed.. new system nothing installed other then, leopard and media rage.. Still crashing all the time.. did about 200 files.. crashed. did about 50 , didn't crash, started "Pinning" multi, files as in artist name, album title, id3 tages, and album artwork so that it would be the same for all that album. well everything was going fine, even thought it would not work with many files, The out come was that many id3 tages were broken, some COULD NOT BE WRITTEN TO.. which is the biggest problem, it would do like 80% of the tages correctly and then the rest it would not write anything to .. I tried those songs that media rage could not write to, in itunes.. I tunes wrote the tages correctly .. Here is the really bad apart.. I have tried to contact there support dept, 5 TIMES.. in 1 month asking why it is happening and how to fix this.. NO ANSWER.. not one time did they send me back a reply.. there support is nothing and i bought this.. what a waste of money.. REALLY waste.. If you are looking to buy this app, PLEASE don't get mislead like i did.. Really . NO SUPPORT.. crashes with big number of files, which you know is not so big of a deal but that it does not WRITE to every file is not so funny, to have to go look at every file for fear it did not write ever tag..i even tried writing to the file one by one.. opening a new window in media rage.. for each file that can not be written to ,nothing worked.. So I tried 2 other apps.. The first is like the bad media rage but much much more powerful, ( it did crash also but not as much) it is called. "jaikoz" the other which was simpler but worked great and cheaper and DID EVERY FILE.. 300, 3000 NO PROBLEM. no crashes.. was called. "ID3 Editor" the only problem i had was figuring out how to keep the lyrics in the songs,, for example if there were already written in my original music file. seems that ID3 Editor would not keep them or import them in..maybe was me.. but in the end.. i never did figure it out.. but it atleast wrote all the tags and never crashes.. MEDIA RAGES.. well i am sad i gave you my money, but be sure i will never use your product again.. compared to these to other apps..why would I. ?? check them both out before buying media rage..becauase i am sure i am not the only one having this problem with crashes or bad support. Hope this helps someone..
Doug-Engelbart
Doug-Engelbart
Aug 14 2009
3.4.5
5.0
Aug 14 2009
5.0
Version: 3.4.5
The QuickEdit function for ID3 tags of MP3s is the only reason why I use Media Rage. And this works perfectly. DragNdrop, edit it, press Apple-S. Done. √ Pity that it's not freeware. ;-)
Akanico
Akanico
Nov 12 2008
3.4.3
0.0
Nov 12 2008
0.0
Version: 3.4.3
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..
Siddhartha
Siddhartha
Feb 5 2008
3.3.1
0.0
Feb 5 2008
0.0
Version: 3.3.1
This is a great product. What little problem I had was quickly solved by the developer (including when I wasted his time by my mistake with version numbers/passwords). Highly recommended-if you have any MP3 files on your system, you can use this!
Verycarla
Verycarla
Oct 11 2007
3.2
0.0
Oct 11 2007
0.0
Version: 3.2
I haven't upgraded yet, but I'm planning on it soon. I do have a question for the devs: Do you ever plan to incorporate support for Apple's ID3v2.4 tags? It would be so, so sweet if I could do the sort of batch tagging I need to do to fill in the Sort by... tags without having to resort to a kludgy (and slow) applescript as I do now. If this support is already present, can you tell me how to access it? Many thanks!
Yuletide
Yuletide
Jun 14 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 14 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
I would go for it, but the mixed reviews make me hesitate... and applescripts have been sufficient thus far.
Vjl
Vjl
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
Very cool that this still supports Panther. Good thinking, Chaotic Software!
Syntiq
Syntiq
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
Trie it and like it. You shoud give it a try!
Sw-tester
Sw-tester
Jun 13 2007
3.1
4.5
Jun 13 2007
4.5
Version: 3.1
Artwork seems cool.
Dsp
Dsp
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
A great software for organizing your music files. Promo price is good.
Bud-Smith
Bud-Smith
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
This makes many time consuming tasks much faster.
Eyetoeyerob
Eyetoeyerob
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
I've been evaluating this and other tagging tools for a while now (including the predecessor, MP3 Rage) and had decided to buy Media Rage. This opportunity is a serendipity for me!
Uncoy
Uncoy
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
Alas longtime users don't look too happy.
WiZZardP1
WiZZardP1
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
and to clarify - my posts (multiples of late) and been happening with IE 7, submit button seems to be acting up - which is an apolgize and an ask for deleting of the multiple records - and a ban is necessary as i can well afford to buy the software - posts an action without knowing the cause is kinda premature and hasty. too quick to jump .. again apologies for my flakey IE posts - now using another browser that does not seem to have this issue
Plexihosting
Plexihosting
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
wow I hope Wizzard1 gets the appropriate ban for that. Seems all the copies were out anyway, so there's some nice self-pwnage there.
WiZZardP1
WiZZardP1
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
Hopefully this will help to edit the information in the DRM free itunes. Less expensive than Fisson
Jeff-boldt
Jeff-boldt
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
Useful tool.
Cowpiebingo
Cowpiebingo
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
I won a free registration! Thank you!
Cowpiebingo
Cowpiebingo
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
Great icon!
Alfonse2237
Alfonse2237
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
It's terrific, particularly if you download FLAC.
Petty-Evil
Petty-Evil
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
While I use iTunes for the bulk of my tagging, this is a great supplemental app for finding artwork, mass replacement of character, capitalization, renaming files, and organization within the finder.
Erichd
Erichd
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
I really don't know if I'll have time to test this out versus the other audio helper apps i ahve.... but i 've heard nothing but great things about it!
Modops
Modops
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
Great deal, definitely worth a look at the trial.
Vague
Vague
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
Too bad it doesn't do video and photos also..
Dinh
Dinh
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
I've been looking for a good audio sorting app.. I'm excited to try it out!
Tboot
Tboot
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
If I wasn't so broke today, I'd snap this up in a second.
Neo979
Neo979
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
I want a free copy!
Cenocre
Cenocre
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
General idea is quite good. Still needs some polish, but definitely helps to be quickly organized.
Plexihosting
Plexihosting
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
Great screenshot :) Mulled over this elsewhere, going to have to be strong to resist!!!
Kagaminoko
Kagaminoko
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
great for cataloging my growing music collection.
Syntiq
Syntiq
Jun 13 2007
3.1
0.0
Jun 13 2007
0.0
Version: 3.1
Looks good. and thumbs up for supporting Panther! ;) Downloading it right now.
Leo-Spill
Leo-Spill
Feb 13 2007
3.0
2.0
Feb 13 2007
2.0
Version: 3.0
Not worthy of a whole point increase - From 2.6 to 3.0 ? Seems a dubious way to fleece existing users out of some more dosh. It's big n' clunky, no operation is simple or straight forward and you still can't make 'drop-lets' or automator actions. This apps CM is very basic just compare with Mr.Doerner's MP3-Info CMM: http://www.cdfinder.de/mp3info/ Very un-Mac like, over weighed with too many useless functions and ugly design - Please, Mac developers make a sweet and elegant media tag editor ! So this can be rested - indefinitely.
iscotts
iscotts
Aug 31 2006
2.6
0.0
Aug 31 2006
0.0
Version: 2.6
Useful but a bit pricey.
Guest
Guest
Nov 24 2005
2.2
0.0
Nov 24 2005
0.0
Version: 2.2
The claim for FLAC support is not clear to me. I drop flac files into the various media rage toolboxes and it doesn't do anything with them. The "preferences" option does not mention flac, and I have to blindly select mp3, or ogg, or who knows what. The toolboxes have checkboxes for id3v tags but nothing for flac. At the moment this is only good for formats that can also be handled within iTunes.
Guest
Guest
Nov 5 2005
2.2
4.0
Nov 5 2005
4.0
Version: 2.2
Very good program. I used it to clean up my entire collection. Allows you to use FreeDB to tag your albums. Also allows you to use the filename to tag your mp3. Uses regular expressions so there is a learning curve to it.
Guest
Guest
Sep 12 2005
2.1.1
4.0
Sep 12 2005
4.0
Version: 2.1.1
Rather nice, with the exception of a few quirks. I'd fork over the money right away if it had full MusicBrainz functionality instead of FreeDB.
Guest
Guest
Jul 20 2005
2.1
4.0
Jul 20 2005
4.0
Version: 2.1
Why not MusicBrainz instead of FreeDB? I've searched around the FreeDB site. It's chaos! Umpteen duplicates; incomplete information, poor organization. MusicBrainz has only one out-dated Mac Tagger with less functionality than the PC version but it gets good results because of the audio fingerprinting.
Guest
Guest
Jul 7 2005
2.0
4.0
Jul 7 2005
4.0
Version: 2.0
Using 1.9.3 the freedb tagger doesn't get the entries I want. If a do a search, say Foo Fighters - Colour and Shape, I get no relevant hits, but the freedb has entries and moreover it works with the free TriTag. I must say when it does find an entry it works much better than TriTag. Let me know if this is fixed...
Guest
Guest
Apr 24 2005
1.9.2
4.0
Apr 24 2005
4.0
Version: 1.9.2
Simply amazing, and absolutely essential if you're as anal about your music files as I am.
Guest
Guest
Mar 21 2005
1.9
4.0
Mar 21 2005
4.0
Version: 1.9
. (give valid reasons to backup your claims) I don't know if the next version change will be a 'paid-upgrade' or not but I would like to see 'drop-let' MP3 tagging from a list of personalized criteria or enclose tag info supported soon. Renaming a bunch of files at the moment can be a real pain in the 'as'.
Guest
Guest
Mar 1 2005
1.8
4.0
Mar 1 2005
4.0
Version: 1.8
I mean, if you think about it, there is a WHOLE more I'd like to see in this program. Sure, there are a lot of features (one should stress quality not quantity (that sounds cliche, but it's very true (for all walks of life, mind you) in most cases), but there could be so much more. There are lots of bells and whistles and things make this app stand out from the others, but a lot of the capability is generic (not that that's bad (don't get me wrong) for a program or anything), but I'd like to see more innovation. Maybe the developer should really prioritize the request his users send to get a better feel for that the users (all of us) think, and then try (as best he can (and as his schedule permits) as he has time) and rank the most requested features an implement them in a consistent manner.
Guest
Guest
Feb 15 2005
1.7
4.0
Feb 15 2005
4.0
Version: 1.7
Giving almost full marks on this gem:) Few days after requesting, the freedb-tagger emerged, and it's working almost 100%. All I can say is "Thumbs up!"
Guest
Guest
Feb 8 2005
1.6
4.0
Feb 8 2005
4.0
Version: 1.6
Feature request: ability to tag files according to fetched freedb data.
Guest
Guest
Feb 6 2005
1.6
4.0
Feb 6 2005
4.0
Version: 1.6
There definately has to be an option to limit the number of characters when renaming. I don't want my filenames to exceed 42 characters.
Guest
Guest
Jan 8 2005
1.6
4.0
Jan 8 2005
4.0
Version: 1.6
Agree with gerwin one hundred percent. "There is no "whole" program. And there's no flexibility in it, no choice for the user. You can reorganize and re-tag according to their ideas, not yours." ...and just like the last reviewer said, all of this apps functions should work on a single dropped folder of music files in a central window.
Guest
Guest
Dec 25 2004
1.5
4.0
Dec 25 2004
4.0
Version: 1.5
I have used Mp3Rage forever and have loved it. I gotta totally agree with the comments below though. The product is not aging well. All these functions need to be combined so that they are easier to use. E.G. drag a folder into ONE window, have the contents displayed, and be able to use ALL the editing functions within that space....not have to open up each seperate function, then open the files to do each task.
Guest
Guest
Dec 14 2004
1.5
4.0
Dec 14 2004
4.0
Version: 1.5
Still flimsily put together. For anyone with access to a pc with windows: compare this app with "The Godfather". There you can replace the contents of a field wit h the contents of any other field, not just swap 2 fields. You can rename a file with any tagfield as a criterium, not just some fields. You can Tag a field acoording to any part of it's name, not just folder/folder/filename. Mediarage is like: let's add this, and then this, and then this, . Every little function has its own windows. There is no "whole" program. And there's no flexibility in it, no choice for the user. You can reorganize and re-tag according to their ideas, not yours. It just shows their set it up wrongly. I wish they had a good look at "The Godfather" (the program, not the movie), and see that they have a long way to go before it's worth $20 .
Highstrungloner
Highstrungloner
Dec 14 2004
1.5
3.8
Dec 14 2004
3.8
Version: 1.5
I use the "Comments" field in the Finder to sort my music files by artist. MP3Rage does this easily for MP3 files and is just about the only thing I use it for. PLEASE add this functionality to Media Rage.
Guest
Guest
Dec 14 2004
1.5
0.0
Dec 14 2004
0.0
Version: 1.5
I really like this tool a lot! I mainly use it for its mass tagging abilities as well as converting filename information into tag information. However, I have noticed one bug with this: if I tag an AAC file and upload this to my iPod, it won't play. Not sure why it won't play but my iPod won't play these files. I managed to reproduce this and this is how I did it: First, I rip the CD as AIFF using the Finder. Next, I use Ovolab's AAChoo to convert it to an AAC file instead of using iTunes' presets. The file can play in QuickTime and iTunes un-tagged. Lastly, I used Media Rage to tag it with the appropriate information and album art. When I dump this file into my iTunes Library, iTunes or iPod won't play it (when I play it in QuickTime, there is no audio). I can edit the tags via iTunes but that's it. I think Media Rage killed the AAC file in some way or another. Aside from that, it works really well for MP3s!
Guest
Guest
Aug 11 2004
1.1
4.0
Aug 11 2004
4.0
Version: 1.1
I have only used the program for tag editing of mp3 and AAC files and have found it to do an excellent job in both single and multiple file modes. "Pinning" has worked fine for me. In addition, the technical support from Jason was excellent in dealing with a minor bug and in responding to suggestions.
Guest
Guest
Jul 30 2004
1.1
4.0
Jul 30 2004
4.0
Version: 1.1
It appears to have dropped id3 v1 tagging. As a person who think that id3 v2 tags are poor, dangerous and bulky (not to mention how a poor one can crash all your sound apps) it means I have no use for this except for the Vorbis comments, and even there it's not a candle to the WinVorbis (sorry to bring up windows but it's a valid comparison - and WinVorbis is free)
Zeitkind
Zeitkind
Jul 24 2004
1.0.2
3.0
Jul 24 2004
3.0
Version: 1.0.2
Well.. as a longtime user of MP3 Rage, I'm a bit dissapointed about this "new" version. It doesn't do much better than MP3 Rage concerning UTf-8 and Unicode tags. There is still no way to simply convert "wrong" PC-ID-tags to eg. GB5 or TC - even freeware program can do this (id3tag). It crashed sometimes, but I'm not that sure why, so I give it 3 stars. The handling is still a bit strange, I again miss a good documentation about the programs (eg. the regular expressions) and Media Rage misses features MP3 Rage had - though developers state to add more in the future versions. I don't need a player (why not using scripted iTunes??), I need a good editor for the id tags. Cataloging 150GB was inacceptible slow and crashed many times so I gave up.
Guest
Guest
Jul 4 2004
1.0.2
4.0
Jul 4 2004
4.0
Version: 1.0.2
We can't fix problems if you don't report them to us! The Pin buttons are working fine in our tests, so if you can send us a screenshot of your files in the window or something, we will be able to fix any problems you run into. Thanks!
Guest
Guest
Jul 3 2004
1.0.2
4.0
Jul 3 2004
4.0
Version: 1.0.2
I think I'll be sticking with the original until this gets a little more mature. Heck, the 'pin' buttons in the multiple edit don't even seem to work.
Guest
Guest
Jun 25 2004
1.0.1
4.0
Jun 25 2004
4.0
Version: 1.0.1
FYI: we had to make a decision to release a product initially with fewer features than Mp3 Rage so we could add AAC support sooner. We will be adding more tools to future versions of the software, such as the file renamer, and these new tools will be included in the price of the software
Guest
Guest
Jun 22 2004
1.0
4.0
Jun 22 2004
4.0
Version: 1.0
If only using mp3's, would it make sense to stick with mp3 rage? Does this brings what mp3 rage does to other formats or does it add featuers across the board. Thank you.
Guest
Guest
Jun 22 2004
1.0
4.0
Jun 22 2004
4.0
Version: 1.0
Nice... finally an application that I can really organized my AAC files with. It even works on M4P files purchased from the iTunes Music Store! It's really lightweight, easy to use, and at a great price... thanks.
$29.95
3.8
0.0
App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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