Tagr

Version: 3.1.1 || Release Date: 2010-05-10 || License: Freeware Developer: Harald Schubert | App Owner: xypher

A tool for editing and searching MP3 / M4A (MP4) tags and artwork.

Tagr is an application for Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) that helps you organize your MP3 / M4A (MP4) collection.

With Tagr you can easily edit information such as a song's artist, title, or album cover. Tagr also allows you to control the way your files are named.

Tagr features an integration with discogs.com which allows you to search for album information and artwork and apply it to your songs.

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Last version for 10.5 Leopard is here:
http://www.harald-schubert.net/data/Tagr_2.1.3.zip

You can customize whether you want leading zeros or not. These settings will affect the ID3 tags of your files. If you then choose to include track numbers with your file names these leading zeros will reflect there as well.

I like this, but the file renamer doesn't allow for leading zeroes making it almost useless. Oddly enough it will put leading zeroes on the track numbers embedded in the MP3 file itself which I also find useless, but that can be turned off.

bummer that all the new features in the snow leopard version aren't being kicked down to the leopard version

Sadly it just crashes here now on launch. Guess it became incompatible with 10.5 already. I guess I have to stay with old version.

have others found problems recently in connecting to discogs or is it just me?

i like it WAY better than the tagger (discogs search alone wins me over), but miss the full range of tags

Very nice tool, BUT I'm desperately missing the following tags: Disc Number, Album Artist, and the Compilation Flag. If you could add those tags, you'd be my hero ;)

Also I found two bugs: when the extension has uppercase characters (like .Mp3) the files are not accepted. Also, slashes in filenames produce an error in renaming.

Thanks for this awesome tool!

The good: nice & clean UI, tagging is done with id3lib.
The bad: only support 5 tag fields (artist, album, genre, year and comment) and cover art, you cant customize most of the formats (like filenames format, or using id3v1 or v2).
Overall its well designed, but I guess mostly thought for developer's own use and not targeted to users in general, who may have a personal tagging scheme.

works very well. would love to see the full range of tags, though; now i still have to fill out track number, disc number, composer, album artist, etcetera in itunes.

until then - almost there.

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