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    Babelfish's Best Boy mherger's Avatar
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    Tag editor for macOS 10.15+

    For many years I've been using the long dead Media Rage software to manage my files' tags. It has done the job, I knew how to use it. Why bother switching?

    Alas, it's 32-bit. Which means it doesn't run on macOS 10.15 Catalina anymore.

    What should I be using now?
    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    For many years I've been using the long dead Media Rage software to manage my files' tags. It has done the job, I knew how to use it. Why bother switching?

    Alas, it's 32-bit. Which means it doesn't run on macOS 10.15 Catalina anymore.

    What should I be using now?
    Although it isn't ready yet, the author of mp3tag, Florian Heidenreich, is in the process of developing a native macOS 64bit version for Catalina and up.

    https://www.mp3tag.de/en/mac-osx.html
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    I use Kid3 on my MacBook running Catalina.

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    I've been using Ex Falso (installed via Homebrew) for several years now. The only thing I miss is bookmarking directories.

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    I have used Metadatics (from the App Store), for some time now.
    It's fairly good, and though I haven't moved to Catalina (need my Acrobat Pro!) I believe it's 64-bit.

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    Tag editor for macOS 10.15+

    > On 30 Jan 2020, at 15:11, rlsx <rlsx.9dgttz (AT) no-mx (DOT) forums.slimdevices.com> wrote:
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    > I have used *Metadatics* (from the App Store), for some time now.
    > It's fairly good, and though I haven't moved to Catalina (need my
    > Acrobat Pro!) I believe it's 64-bit.


    Yes it is - I am using it under Catalina.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Bob View Post
    I use Kid3 on my MacBook ...
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    Foobar2000

    This will probably sound weird but I use foobar2000 under Wine emulation. I haven't found any reasonable substitute for its Live Show Tagger plugin, which makes tagging live music downloads so much easier. Also it does a nice job calculating and applying ReplayGain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonstahl View Post
    This will probably sound weird but I use foobar2000 under Wine emulation. I haven't found any reasonable substitute for its Live Show Tagger plugin, which makes tagging live music downloads so much easier. Also it does a nice job calculating and applying ReplayGain.
    I might have to try the Live Show Tagger. At the moment I have to create a new text file from the original info file by cutting and pasting the track information before presenting it to mp3tag. This should save a lot of time.

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