With TuneTag you can quickly increment track numbers, and create naming templates for renaming multiple files. It’s super easy to create copies of audio files by dragging out to the Finder. Any changes you make to ID3 and meta data is processed immediately and is supported by all modern operating systems and audio devices.
It’s super easy to get started, simply drag audio files or folders into TuneTag, and get editing meta data and ID3 tags instantly.
Whenever you open a music file in an audio player, you expect to see details about the song you are playing, right? Meta data is the standard which enables this. Details of the audio file are stored within the file, so that the device you play the song on can get that information quickly. Information such as the Title, Album name, the Artist, Album art and track numbers are all stored in the meta data. ID3 is the de facto standard of meta data container most commonly used in mp3 files.
Because TuneTag has been designed to do one thing, and one thing only - edit audiofile meta data. While the Music app is great, there are some things which TuneTag just does better. For example in TuneTag you can very easily renumber any number of songs incrementally. It is also equally simple to create a naming template and batch rename files. TuneTag is also super lightweight and fast to load.
TuneTag is fully drag and drop aware. drag files and folders into the main window and TuneTag will quickly show any supported audio files, ready for editing. Likewise you can drag to reorder files for batch file renaming or incrementing Track numbers. Dragging outside of TuneTag will create a copy of the audio file. Drag and Drop is also supported into and out of the handy Album Art panel. Quick Look is supported for easily previewing any songs without having to leave TuneTag.
Updated on Aug 23 2023