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Giveaway of the day — MP3 Tag Express 6.5

MP3 Tag Express is the quickest and easiest way to edit and fix your music tags and rename your audio files.
$24.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 242 (32%) 517 (68%) 91 comments

MP3 Tag Express 6.5 was available as a giveaway on July 28, 2012!

Today Giveaway of the Day
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Recover lost, deleted, formatted, corrupted files easily and safely.

MP3 Tag Express is the quickest and easiest way to edit and fix your music tags and rename your audio files. Operate on groups of files or files across multiple folders at the same time using powerful time saving features that turn hours of work into minutes.

People with limited technical knowledge will appreciate the simplicity of its design, while the technically advanced will appreciate its flexibility, efficiency, and advanced powerful features.

The most common editing tasks are made simple using a wealth of file and tag editing functions. Trim or substitute numbers, junk characters and custom text for one or many files at the same time. Re-organize and re-number groups of files with speed and ease, even when working with hundreds of tracks, making it ideal for audio books. All file name and tag changes can be rolled-back using multi-level Undo.

System Requirements:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8: 15 MB hard drive space; 2 GB of system memory; .Net Framework 3.5 is required (will be automatically downloaded if it doesn’t exist)

Publisher:

George Taylor - Independent Software Developer

Homepage:

http://www.mp3tagexpress.com/

File Size:

12.9 MB

Price:

$24.95

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I contacted MP3 tag support, and heard back from them immediately and whatever the problem was is now resolved. Program registered just fine after messaging them. Progam works and is easy to use.

Reply   |   Comment by David Weaver  –  3 years ago
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Tried to register it on the 28th, and got "The registration data could not be accessed due to high volumes. Please try again or wait a few minutes before registering. I've tried registering again every day since then also. Same thing. Looked like a good program, but apparently it's a dud.

Reply   |   Comment by David Weaver  –  3 years ago
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@86 Thanks for that, it means a lot to me!

@87 You're most welcome, and I hope you enjoy my product and get great use out of it.

@88 I'm always about coming up with new solutions to existing problems, though I can't say when I'll get around to your request due to the amount of work that faces me after this GiveAway. All I can say is keep your eyes on my website for future developments :-)

P.S. A new installer for this product is in the works...

Best regards,
George Taylor
Independent Software Developer

Reply   |   Comment by George Taylor  –  3 years ago
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Will this program retag MP3+G files.

MP3+G files are Karaoke CDG files ripped from CD with a program such as Power Karaoke CDG Burner. http://www.powerkaraoke.com/src/prod_powercdgburner.php

A Karaoke MP3+G consists of 2 files per song, a .MP3 and a .CDG file which contains the lyric graphics. Both must be named identical except for the extension. So if you rename one the program must rename the other.

It would be good if "MP3 Tag Express" could rename my CDG files (mp3 and cdg pair)... using Title, Artist , Song ID, Year ETC contained in the MP3 tag. It should be able to rename files from tag or retag from file.

There is a a program named "tag and rename" will do the above but I was looking for a less expensive soloution.


Thanks

Reply   |   Comment by Harold  –  3 years ago
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Excellent work George!! Thanks a million!!

Reply   |   Comment by MishoCana  –  3 years ago
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The developer's positive attitude and helpfulness make his company one to watch. I wish him every success.

And to the people who always complain when comments reference other products and their prices: see, developers *want* that information!

Reply   |   Comment by webdancer  –  3 years ago
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Also before I forget... a percentage of users were unable to get MP3 Tag Express to install due to compatibility issues with the MSI installer and the DotNet Framework, as well as the setup file not being able to locate itself. I have done some research on this and have isolated the MSI installer as being responsible for this issue. What troubles me is the percentage of users who didn't report this issue and would have missed out on this GiveAway. I apologize for this and will be replacing the MSI installer with an alternative that works for everyone. When this is done perhaps I can convince GAOTD to do a re-run of this GiveAway.

George Taylor
Independent Software Developer

Reply   |   Comment by George Taylor  –  3 years ago
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Dear GAOTD audience,

I wish to thank everyone for their comments, both positive and negative. This is my first GiveAway ever and it has been an exciting 24 hours with very little sleep! My sales have been stagnant throughout this summer and these days I barely make enough to make ends meet, but the exercise of this promotion has yielded me something money can't buy; and that is the valuable feedback that has been provided to me in the last 24 hours. I will be making a full to-do list based on all the feedback received and will do my best to make as many improvements as possible in order to generate more business so I can continue to work full-time on this product. It's going to be a very busy rest of the summer for me! Again, thanks to everyone here for making my first GiveAway a great experience.

Cheers,
George Taylor
Independent Software Developer

Reply   |   Comment by George Taylor  –  3 years ago
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@71 and anyone else with the same concern regarding the check for updates... I was quite sure I had disabled that for this particular version, but in the event it DOES prompt you for updates, you will have the option to be reminded again in one day, one week, or one month.

Reply   |   Comment by George Taylor  –  3 years ago
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Nice work George, thanks to you and GAOTD for making this available today. I'd like to suggest a few things.
The ability to create tags from a text file, for example, change file name or title from 01.flac and so on to the actual song name from a text file of the setlist. Tagscanner is the only editor I know of that can do that.
The ability to change the existing folder name to the album title and add the year released or other information to the folder name. The "save to a new folder" option is nice though.
The artwork functions seem a little clunky to me. I'd like the option to save artwork to the files. Maybe I missed it.
I really like this software.
All the best, and thanks for the flac support.

Reply   |   Comment by Mark Norris  –  3 years ago
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I have not installed this one yet. One thing I want to comment on is the fact that the author of this appears to be listening to the comments and taking them seriously. He also has been offering assistance to those who had problems with the program today.

THAT is worth the price. Ask yourself, how many other authors/companies here on GAOTD take such a personal interest in the giveaway? I can count them on my fingers.

Something is very wrong here that he's rewarded with 67% negative votes. Frankly, I think there is something very suspect about the whole voting thing on this site anyway, but now is not the time to go into it.

So, you have a couple of hours left. Why not give it a shot and see what you like; not be swayed by a lot of negative votes?

Reply   |   Comment by Techweenies  –  3 years ago
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Needs ability to HIDE columns, show encoder (Fraunhofer/Lame/etc), and fix channels - as all my mp3 files show as 1 channel.

Reply   |   Comment by DaveF  –  3 years ago
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I've used this for all of 10 minutes now, and I love it. No balking at all on non-Roman script titles and names! I don't know if the price is right for the program, but it certainly does what it promises, does it quickly, and is easy and intuitive to use.

Reply   |   Comment by Laura  –  3 years ago
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Very easy to remove track numbers in bulk. Interface is easy and instructional videos have lots of detail.

Reply   |   Comment by TRoy  –  3 years ago
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Installed on Windows 7 Ultimate x64. Lookup Lyrics feature is nice. Sometime MP3 Tag Express hang on when I use 'Edit Tags'. Could you add hot keys for this program ?

Thank George Taylor & GAOTD Team.

PS: Sorry for my bad English.

Reply   |   Comment by Newbie  –  3 years ago
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I don't understand all the negative feedback. I installed this on Windows 7 64 bit just fine, no problems. It runs well and smoothly and is easily handling my 50,000+ track music library. I'm finding and fixing tags that have given me problems for months.

As far as I'm concerned this is the best and easiest to use tagger I've seen since MusicMatch Jukebox. I have tried the freebies, and they work great too, but I like the interface and ease of use with this one. Also the internet lookup, though not perfect, does work if you pay attention to what you're doing and choose the right albums manually - I would NEVER trust ANY software to do it all automatically.

A "Thumbs Up" from me.

Reply   |   Comment by DrDon  –  3 years ago
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This Program Called Mp3 Tag Express Is The Best One I Have Use Yet
It Is Every Good For Changing Songs Around And For Riping The Songs To
This Is The First Time In Useing It Every Happy With This Program

Reply   |   Comment by Tracey Anderson  –  3 years ago
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Great program. But there are a number of issues that aren't covered by the videos.

Firstly it's not clear how you actually execute the auto lookup - how do you do it ?

Secondly you can look up an album but you seem to have to select each track individually - this seems strange, but nothing else works

This could be a killer app if it was a little better design at the interface rather than what it say it does level

Reply   |   Comment by David Woodroof  –  3 years ago
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Excellent software! Thanks for allowing me to try this. I have a variety of books that I listen to on my iPhone. Sometimes show up in my music folder, so using this software, I can rename them and put a sort order to allow the chapters to show up correctly. This happens with public domain audio files, like scriptures and many sight impaired resources.

I downloaded, because George Taylor obviously cares about his users and make great effort to help. I will look for more of his work.

Two things for the next version:
1) MP3 Tag Express V6 icon is flat, looks dated and is not inviting. The picture does not suggest to me what the software will do.
2) Provide some guidance in the UI to make it easy for me to manage my audio files from m4a to m4b. I listen to everything at double speed, so I convert mp3s using iTunes, but then need this to rename them to show up in books.

Thank you!
Dan

Reply   |   Comment by Dan  –  3 years ago
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I just noticed that it checks for updates every time the program starts. Will it still work if it updates? Most GOTD programs are not allowed to update. Is there a way for automatic updates to be turned off in the program?

Reply   |   Comment by Anita  –  3 years ago
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I'm glad the developer is watching these comments. It's an admirable action. But unfortunately I don't think I will continue using this product.

Good Points
* The Status column is a nice feature. It's better than applying tags and having things auto-save.
* All options are easily seen and accessed. The program's design is clean.
* I tried to tag a song with Japanese and was successful.
* There is convenient functionality for using the clipboard to move tags around fields.
* As a personal requirement, I am glad to see Grouping is shown and editable by default.

Bad Points
* The program automatically tags both IDv3.1 and IDv3.2 on files. This is a killer for me because a ton of Linux music players read IDv3.1 tags first. The problem is that I've never seen IDv3.1 tags work with Japanese. I hate seeing titles like ??????, so I delete IDv3.1 tags through Mp3tag (Windows) or EasyTAG (Cross-platform).
* Double-clicking plays a file instead of lets you change tags. A tagger should focus on tagging files, so why is tag editing harder to access than playing files? I'd expect that from a music player like foobar2000 or Winamp - not a tagger! Web devs know to rate the staying time of viewers by the number of mouse clicks they must make before they reach their destination. Most taggers need you to click on a file, then a field to edit. MP3 Tag Express needs you to click on a file, click on Edit Tags to access a dropdown menu, then choose something to edit. I would expect double clicking to open Multi-Edit at the very least. Even Mp3tag lets you double click on distinct fields in the file list and edit them on the spot.
* Multi-Edit does not let you change the title of the song. As a personal requirement, I want this ease of access because I get a lot of music from Nicosound (rips MP3s from Nico Nico Douga videos). They are tagless when downloaded.

This program was close to replacing Mp3tag for me, but it is Mp3tag that will stay. It takes a lot of work to tag in MP3 Tag Express unlike other stuff I'm used to. Furthermore, I need something that can focus on IDv3.2 such as Ex Falso to get my Japanese music's tags to display correctly.

Reply   |   Comment by HydroKirby  –  3 years ago
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Windows 7 x64, installed flawlessly. I have been running the program for about 4 hours and everything is great. No major problems. Program cannot find web site for lyrics but still can enter them manually. Would be nice if you could copy and paste lyrics frpm the clipboard. Otherwise I am very pleased with this offerinbg.

Reply   |   Comment by Raymond M Bressler  –  3 years ago
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I have decided to put my product on sale for $19.95 for the remainder of this weekend. The regular price is $24.95.

George Taylor
Independent Software Developer

Reply   |   Comment by George Taylor  –  3 years ago
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I don't comment here a often, but I wanted to do so having actually used MP3tag express. It Installed, registered and ran on Win7-64 no problem. And...

I Like it -- A LOT! I've only scratched the surface, but I'm very impressed wijth the interface, especially when it came to editing tags. It has a very thoughtful, useful and intuitive. context menu and provides editingfunctions I haven't seen elsewhere. For example the Copy from and paste to options and the various "trim" functions.

If the rest of the program is like this first taste it will be excellent!

To the developer... Great Job!!!
to GOTD and the developer... Thanks for a great download
Best one in a long time IMHO

Chuck

Reply   |   Comment by Chuck Brotman  –  3 years ago
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Really good for me. Installed and registered easily. Found the Artists and Albums for many songs that I didn't know. Easier than listening to a song and writing partial lyrics into a Google search to figure them out. Even found some foreign music. I wish it could tell when it was from a compilation album though. It just takes it from studio albums, but I can live with that. Thank you very much.
You should know that if framework is on your computer already, there isn't much added to your computer space. I've had it for years and not downloading something just because of that always makes me wonder what people don't allow to run on their computer.
I also appreciate when developers comment on GOTD, it does mean they are listening.

Reply   |   Comment by Anita  –  3 years ago
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Top-notch execution. This is easier to use than even the otherwise excellent Tagjet, which the earlier-mentioned freebies don't seem to match.

Great How-To videos. nice touch!

I miss the easier-to-use Audioshell, which doesn't work on Win7.

Reply   |   Comment by trainerdave  –  3 years ago
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downloaded and registered with no problem on win 7 64...nice tutorial on web site tried editing several tags and seemed to work fine...loks like a keeper to use in the future.

Reply   |   Comment by BigBear  –  3 years ago
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OMG!! First, I will not even get into the tech arena here. Alot of these folks are really savvy. My tech experience was way way before Bill Gates/Microsoft. Those times were really nightmares. I am now an artist and strictly an end user. So, with that, I know nothing about tagging etc, and not very familiar with what's out there -- proprietary, freeware, shareware, GNU etc. I decided to try this program after reading all the input. Hmmmmmm! I thought. I wonder just what do I have in the way of music on my computer since I use the likes of Kevin MacLeod in some of my works. So, before I downloaded, I ran a search of all 4 drives. Ohhhh! my!!!! I don't know if this is alot but to me it is. I found on one drive alone 3.86GB of mp3 only. Did a retake and found 3745 files mp3 only. Then I decided to download. I had had a thunderous "blue screen of death" about a year ago and tried a recovery as many of my files that I could. Not sure what I had retrieved, I just put it aside until now. I found mp3s, wav,flac, and wma and the one special wav file of a very very very young Joan Baez/Imagine-a song that is very special to me. I cannot tell you how happy that has made me feel and now believe I can identify, hopefully all the others as they have very strange numbers. George Taylor, I appreciate your work and the efforts you are putting into your project. Keep up the good work. I truly hope that what information you receive here today will benefit you greatly. I am always happy to see representatives here with their programs, not to mention the developers like yourself, to answer questions and to offer solutions to problems end users are having. Now some tech stuff: Download went very smoothly. No burps, hickcups and even Norton Sonar Alert behaved this time. Installed on a computer built my an Intel specialst who knew what I needed. Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 @ 2.66GHz Yorkfield 45nm Technology/Intel(R) G45/G43 Express Chipset - Windows XP Prof. Do not know if that info is helpful or not. Thank you GAOTD and George for a program that I will enjoy learning and trying out. Have a good day or evening everyone --- off to watch the Olympics!!!! :0) End user over and out.

Reply   |   Comment by Shar  –  3 years ago
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Thank you kindly, George Taylor, for offering this program FREE of charge. I believe constructive criticism for the author is helpful to fine tune and polish a product, whereas, sarcastic criticism (I've noticed), is probably from a retarded bed wetter.

Reply   |   Comment by Maximus  –  3 years ago
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Question...after I sort..I can't shift click to select a group in my display to update them in bulk. Am I doing something incorrectly or is this not supported. The software seems pretty robust on options..but need the ability to select groups to update (besides just being in the original window). Also...if you select all a method to unselect

Reply   |   Comment by steve b.  –  3 years ago
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I'm a long-time user of "mp3tag" (which is not well named now that it deals well with so many other formats) so I was a little skeptical of this program, but decided to give it a try. I must say that the tutorials made it very clear that I could skip a lot of the steps I used to use (such as "Bulk Rename Utility") and some other things.
It installed fine on my Vista Business laptop, but crashes at every start attempt on my wife's XP-sp3 Toshiba laptop, even after a Revo uninstall and fresh re-install. I suspect that must be some .net deficiency since the same download does install and run without problems on the Dell laptop we use for our Audio>Video system manager. Too bad, as she's the main audio librarian, but we can timeshare computers to get around the problem. Funny, though, as she does get auto updates from Microsoft.
Anyway, George, I'll try to provide you further comments/suggestions as I gain experience and potentially find weak spots. Until then I see a lot of potential benefit here. Thanks for offering it today.

Reply   |   Comment by Craig Fearing  –  3 years ago
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installs into directory of your choice, 14 MB
because it's an MSI installer, adds itself into /Windows/Installer, so an added 7 Mb

program requires Admin rights, i believe

registers simply (if you read the readme)

Win7 x64
v6.5

no Help

limited tag editing, little differentiation between v1 & v2

clean layout

Explorer is lame
Directory picker is lame
File picker isn't much better

columns can be shown or not
columns can be rearranged, & retain their positions & sizings across restarts

the player does not automatically advance to the next song,
so if you want to listen to music as you're using the program, you get one, then silence

would be nice if you could save a session, such that you could interrupt what you are doing,
close down, then restart where you left off

equalizer may have need an on/off toggle before it started working?
like CSN 2012 didn't sound bad enough on its own, some the eq settings really threw it for
a loop

doesn't look bad
would really have to compare it to the various alternatives to see how it actually lives up

Reply   |   Comment by therube  –  3 years ago
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http://www.mp3tag.de/en/

It's a far better program than this, it does everything this does and more. The developer is constantly making changes and updates. And best of all, it absolutely free, but, make a donation every now then, good developers should be supported. Not to say this guy isn't, but he's got a ways to go to get me to even consider giving up MP3Tag...

Tim

Reply   |   Comment by Tim  –  3 years ago
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Installed without any problems with Run as Administrator.
Like the 'copy from' and 'paste to' which I really need. Nice clean interface. Thanks GAOTD

Reply   |   Comment by Chris  –  3 years ago
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Unable to register on Windows 7 Home Professional (64-bit). MP3TagExpress error message: "General Failure registering. Invalid character in a Base-64 string." I didn't change the pre-entered registration information. Program installed fine on a different computer with the same operating system. Solution?

Reply   |   Comment by Allan  –  3 years ago
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I had to come back and comment on this giveaway. I currently don't have any MP3's needing more info, but expect no problems when I do.

This program downloaded, installed and registered easier than anything I have ever downloaded here (scores). I was incredibly impressed with the pre-filled registration, one click and done. No trolling for email addresses, no 'program to website to email to program to website' rigamarole, no push to upgrade or buy something else.

Mr. Taylor, you have set the bar quite high in this regard and I can only hope that others will follow. But I'm not holding my breath. If you maintain this kind of customer friendly approach to business you should do well.

Thank you,
bem

Reply   |   Comment by bem  –  3 years ago
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The biggest flaw I see is that you have to select things for AUTO Lookup. I think that there should be an OPTION to do that automatically when loaded into the program. Also loading my 500 GB of music took literally forever.

Reply   |   Comment by Joan  –  3 years ago
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Installed fine on Window 7. A pretty good app from my initial use. I ripped a couple of CDs and it found the album metadata instantly (however did not find album cover art for some reason).

A few improvement inputs:
- allow user to specify the an album art image from the disk. Will allow us to workaround the cases where the album art is not found or is not good.

- Show the path name to which the song will be ripped. Currently it shows just the top directory in the setting window, and there are check boxes for author and album. A full path shown on the rip screen would be useful.

Reply   |   Comment by Yunis M  –  3 years ago
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#7 a bit off topic, but you don't need any software to bulk tag artist and label, you can do it right from Windows Explorer, select all the files, right click on one and go to details tab, what ever you enter is entered on all the selected files.

Reply   |   Comment by Daniel Kaye  –  3 years ago
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installed without issue on laptop with 64bit home edition. i tried it and it worked nicely.

Reply   |   Comment by skip  –  3 years ago
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This is an excellent program. It could use some more tag categories/customization so I will still use MP3 Tag but it does give you nice clean tags. The Rip function is terrific in that it includes cover art and a clean tag. I usually end up having to rename files but this does it perfectly.

Thanks George Taylor and GAOTD!

Reply   |   Comment by Justine  –  3 years ago
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Installed OK, had a quick look, a few improvements I'd like to see before it replaces Dr.Tag (my current tagging software)...

Add a "Browse with MP3 Tag Express" to the right click menu of folders.
I would like an option to change the capitalization of individual fields....
eg. I like to have the Artist in CAPITALS & everything else First Letter Of Word Capitalised.
Better autotagging features from folder/filename...
eg. from a folder/filename "Deep Purple - Come Taste The Band (1976)/01 - Deep Purple - Comin Home.mp3" I would like it to generate a tag as such...
Artist: DEEP PURPLE
Album: Come Taste The Band
Track No.: 01
Title: Comin Home
Year: 1976

Reply   |   Comment by Alrock  –  3 years ago
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Thank you George Taylor for your presence here today. It's good to see a developer stand behind his product and give support.

It's too bad that GOTD's new wrapper is preventing my install. I will try to do it again later.

Reply   |   Comment by arlo  –  3 years ago
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Thank you George Taylor for your presence here today. It's good to see a developer stand behind his product and give support.

It's too bad that GOTD's new wrapper is preventing my install. I will try to do it again later.

Reply   |   Comment by arlo  –  3 years ago
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It installed on my XP laptop without difficulty, and without switching off virus protection, and the registration was OK second time of trying (the first time got a "too busy, try again" response).

I was wondering if it would run, because the GOTD system requirements was for 2Gb system memory and that laptop only has 1GB, but it ran, and at a perfectly acceptable speed.

It looks a very useful product, but it has some quirks to get useful. For instance when I chose to remove the artist from the filename, I expected it to remove the entire string before the separator dash, but it just removed the matching characters (leaving behind the comma that came after the artist). There is also no facility (that I have found so far) for altering the case of filenames or titles, when one of the things I would really like to do is change those currently all in upper case into the usual title format of each word having an initial capital letter followed by lower case.

The one improvement I would suggest immediately is to default to the last used folder on starting up. Add Files starts at My Documents, and I can't imagine anybody keeping their music library there.

Despite these snags which I offer as suggestions for improvement to George Taylor, it is a product I will find useful and is well worth keeping.

Reply   |   Comment by James  –  3 years ago
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Hey, why all the negatives? Yes, this software costs money, BUT this is a fine piece of software. This tagger does quite a bit more than simply tagging mp3 files. As a former software developer, I can see how the creator invested a lot of thought and work building this tagger. And, I hate reading instructions or manuals. With this you do'nt have to: A neat video gives all you need to get started. I rate this as 4 out of 5 stars as he has some more work to do; but it does not detract much from the program. Good Work!

Reply   |   Comment by Morgan  –  3 years ago
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My first ever comment to GAOD. I wanted to say thanks, I really like this better then mp3tag, which is buggy for me and crashes all the time.

Reply   |   Comment by Edward Anderson  –  3 years ago
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Installed on Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit with no problems. No shortcuts created in start menu. Found the exe in Program Files(86) and ran as administrator. This registered the program. I then created shortcuts.Tagged a few files from the internet with no problems. The Free single CD from 1991 "All Right Now" has no artwork online but the program came up with five or six Free album covers to use as alternative which I found very useful. There are plenty of options to explore. I usually use Winamp and Goldwave which I have registered. An option to rip as a FLAC file would be a good idea as this lossless format is what I use to rip my own CDs. This is a useful Giveaway to add to my Music tools. Thank you very much for a great program.

Reply   |   Comment by Tony Martin  –  3 years ago
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Easy CD-DA Extractor can do this and burn your CDs as well.

Reply   |   Comment by Dave  –  3 years ago
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This proggie has a nice look/feel about it, but I've found Tagscan indispensable, and more flexible once you get past its lack of documentation.

Reply   |   Comment by Stan Engeles  –  3 years ago
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