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Some time back I posted a question regarding the quality of Metadatics as a metadata editor. I was complaining that Tag & Rename didn't exist for OSX. Didn't get any response, but after several months of using it I can report that I find Metadatics a better editor than Tag & Rename. Nice program. Reasonably priced. Very intuitive.

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I use Metadatics, too. I really like "batch" editing, as well as keen insight into multiple tags that appear as a single tag (they cause havoc with MinimServer). Well worth the minimal cost...

 

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Yeah, terrific app and well worth the price. Indispensable.

 

I very recently bought Tagr when it went to the App Store. Does Metadatics bring to the table things that Tagr does not have and would it make sense to pay again and switch from Tagr to Metadatics?

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I very recently bought Tagr when it went to the App Store. Does Metadatics bring to the table things that Tagr does not have and would it make sense to pay again and switch from Tagr to Metadatics?

 

I have not used Tagr but the feature set looks similar. As long as Tagr is doing the job for you I doubt it would be worth switching.

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I have not used Tagr but the feature set looks similar. As long as Tagr is doing the job for you I doubt it would be worth switching.

 

Thank you very much. I'll stick with Tagr for now, but may check out Metadatics if I get frustrated with Tagr at some point.

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I now work under meta tag editor in my audio converter software (Mac & Win).

 

I plan future of my software as complex - music manager: converter - tag editor - file manager.

 

Current version of meta tag editor available in FREE demo (without group saving, but saved metatags for first file in list)

 

AuI ConverteR 48x44 - Hi-End audio converter high resolution files

 

Now I strenuously collect suggestions for new tag editor due it in beging stage now.

 

May be need separate application? Or more interesting complex software (solving all problems at one)?

 

What functions need?

 

I will appreciated for any feedback (here or at my site).

 

Best regards,

Yuri

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Some time back I posted a question regarding the quality of Metadatics as a metadata editor. I was complaining that Tag & Rename didn't exist for OSX. Didn't get any response, but after several months of using it I can report that I find Metadatics a better editor than Tag & Rename. Nice program. Reasonably priced. Very intuitive.

 

me too. I like it's clean intuitive interface and also the batch functions (especially that you can batch rename the output path as well as the filename also using embedded tags <eg output = /genre/album artist/filename> etc)

 

I found a bug on day one, had exchanged emails with the author by the end of the day and a new version was available quite soon after.

 

A fine tool,

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