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    Quote Originally Posted by Nostromo View Post
    Latest version doesn't seem to work on 10.11 for me either.
    Yep, I gave up on this, although Ron had a great run of it!

    I ended up going with Metadatics via the OS X app store. This is very easy to use (unlike Yate) and has nice functionality. The price of $10 was perfect for me, I'm pretty happy I now have a stable solution for tagging.

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    I'll try it out. Thanks for the suggestion!

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    Thank you, SamS, for the suggestion of Metadatics! It actually reminds me a lot of mp3tag in it's layout, and so far it works similarly. Plus, I find it much easier to edit files on my server from my laptop. With mp3tag I found myself having to Share Screen with the server, and using the application on that machine.

    Best OSX tagging tool I've found to date.
    2-SB3s, 1-Touch, and a Raspberry Pi B+ with TekDevice dacBerry 3+ running piCorePlayer. Mac Mini as a server (OS X Yosemite). Direct Ethernet connection (1-SB3 and the Raspberry Pi) and power-line (1-SB3 and Touch). iPeng is my controller of choice. LMS 7.8.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeeJay View Post
    Thank you, SamS, for the suggestion of Metadatics! It actually reminds me a lot of mp3tag in it's layout, and so far it works similarly. Plus, I find it much easier to edit files on my server from my laptop. With mp3tag I found myself having to Share Screen with the server, and using the application on that machine.

    Best OSX tagging tool I've found to date.
    Excellent! I'm still enjoying it as well.

  5. #75

    Mac OS X Version of mp3tag

    SamS <SamS.78bhdz (AT) no-mx (DOT) forums.slimdevices.com> writes:

    > GeeJay wrote:
    >> Thank you, SamS, for the suggestion of Metadatics! It actually reminds
    >> me a lot of mp3tag in it's layout, and so far it works similarly. Plus,
    >> I find it much easier to edit files on my server from my laptop. With
    >> mp3tag I found myself having to Share Screen with the server, and using
    >> the application on that machine.
    >>
    >> Best OSX tagging tool I've found to date.

    >
    > Excellent! I'm still enjoying it as well.


    Thanks for the tip - I bought it as well and it really works very
    nicely.

    Rainer

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