MusicRenamer
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MusicRenamer is a powerful .mp3 file renaming tool. It helps to avoid spending hours of hard boring manual editing of mp3 filenames. You will rename your .mp3 filenames easier and faster and you'll see your .mp3 list with consistent order in filenames. The renamer converts easily any rare and strange filename to a simple format containing the album name, track number, artist and title. You will be asked to select a folder that contains MP3, AAC, M4A, or M4P files. These files will be renamed based on the ID3 tags contained within them. If no ID3 tags are found the filename will be left
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later



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burypromote

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xefned reviewed on 23 Mar 2011
Can I download the version in the screenshot that allows you to choose the naming parameters?
[Version 2.0]


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bluesloth commented on 31 Aug 2006
Would be MUCH better if you could select what info to go into the name. I just want the artist and song name. Or maybe sometimes the album name. But It's all or nothing with this software. Some album names are 60 characters long. Combine this with artist name, track number and song title and it gets a little long.

It does do what is says though, and seemed quick. Hopefully the developer will put in more options, as it seems it shouldn't be too difficult to do so.
[Version 1.0]


burypromote

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hced reviewed on 30 Aug 2006
1.) It wants to call home for some unknown reason. There is a menu item saying, 'Disable Web Check', but first off, this should be set to off by default and the user should enable it by him-/herself if wanted. I have no idea what 'web check' is in the first place... It doesn't say 'Check for Update' or something like that, which means it could potentially check anything...

2.) Doesn't have any manual user interaction at all, except for selecting a *folder* (no, you can't select individual files...). Then it performs an *automatic* rename action on these files, which feels kind of unpredictable.

In its current state, this program is not satisfactory for my needs. Even if the automatic renaming *can* be spot on in many cases, there are some situations where I don't want to rename files in this 'one-and-same-for-all' fashion. I need manual control of the renaming.

At least it's free, or... is it? On the developer's website it says you can buy it. On a CD...? Am I wrong? Why do I need it on CD? I don't mean to sound rude, but it's so confusing to me. I mean, it seems much more convenient to just download the 3 MB file from here and then burn it on your own CD, without having to pay for it. The latter is not taken into consideration in my ratings though.
[Version 1.0]


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Downloads:5,739
Version Downloads:922
Type:Multimedia Design : MP3
License:Free
Date:10 Nov 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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MusicRenamer is a powerful .mp3 file renaming tool. It helps to avoid spending hours of hard boring manual editing of mp3 filenames. You will rename your .mp3 filenames easier and faster and you'll see your .mp3 list with consistent order in filenames. The renamer converts easily any rare and strange filename to a simple format containing the album name, track number, artist and title. You will be asked to select a folder that contains MP3, AAC, M4A, or M4P files. These files will be renamed based on the ID3 tags contained within them. If no ID3 tags are found the filename will be left unaltered.


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