MusicBrainz Tagger 0.10.0

libtunepimp: new MB Tagger core

The tagger has undergone many changes since 0.9.0 — the most
important difference is that the core tagging features now
reside in the libtunepimp library and the MB Tagger is nothing
more than a glorified shell around libtunepimp. libtunepimp
compiles on Win32, Linux and Mac OS X and will be released
seperately in the next few days.

New/Improved Features

New features/changes include:

  • Uses new ID3 library for better stability.
  • FLAC audio format support (http://flac.sourceforge.net)
  • Better stability in Windows XP
  • Improved track recognition rates
  • Improved TRM collision support
  • User controllable TRM collision match threshold
  • User configurable Autosave threshold allows user to automatically
    save files with a similarity above the autosave threshold. This
    feature combined with a watch directory makes it convenient
    to automatically tag and cleanup incoming files.
  • File naming specifications have been improved to be more flexible. New format
    specifiers include: %sortname, $abc, $abc2, %abc3, %0num, %format
  • A separate various artist naming specifcation for naming
  • compilation albums differently from single artist albums

  • A new ‘Saved’ tab where saved files appear
  • User controllable Analyzer thread priority
  • Support for reading/tagging iTunes mp3 files

Bugs and RFEs Closed

Fixed TunePimp Bugs

Robert Kaye

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