Date Added:Jan. 24, 2003
Price:Free to try (30-day trial with start up window reminding you to register.); $5.00 to buy
Downloads Last Week:1
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Really quick to learn and intuitive. Drag a bunch of mp3s into the grid-like display, then just edit tags right on the grid. Or highlight a group and change them all at once. I fixed all the incorrect artist name fields on 20 or 30 songs by the same artist in a few seconds. ( on MP3s downloaded from limewire). I bought it after the first 15 minutes. But regretted it because...
Doesnt seem to work completely. When I update the name of an artist and press the button to save, this software says the name has changed. If I close an MP3 and re-open it, the artist name still appears to have changed as it should.... but when I load it into Windows media player or an MP3 player, the old artist name is still there. It did correctly fill in the names of song titles that were previously blank. I updated almost 300 songs before I discovered the artist name updates were not reflected in any media editing software. Very frustrating.
This will be a great little piece of software when that is fixed.
Does what it says, names. VERY easy to change MP3 Tags on bulk, Invaluable tool to go with Catraxx.
If you like dance music (disco in disguise) then you may need to enter long file names, which apparently it does not support.
Got this program to edit some of my dance mp3 names which i've already tagged. It seems it doesn't support creating file names that are longer than 42 characters long. If you've got any kind of remix, then you know you can easily exceed that. This program sucks
Reply by markpalmos on April 5, 2005
maybe you tried an older version, but 1.1 certainly can have long file names. I just tried - entering some fictitious dance dj name, mixed by, sampled by and his step-cousin's left foot etc, and it wall went in fine.
...just what the doctor ordered
A great little program! I am in the process of recording my LP collection to mp3's, and this is exactly what I was looking for. I tried a handful of other freeware/shareware tag editors, some were awkward, while others were all flash and poor function.
Using MP3Namer, I can load an entire album into a spreadsheet type view, and change the common tags for all files at once. I can then individually edit the song titles and batch rename the files.
The interface for this program is plain and uncluttered, it does what it needs to do in a straightforward and easy manner.
The only minor quirk I noticed was that when editing a single tag, there seems to be a 2 second delay between selecting the file and when the program will allow you to open the individual tag field for changes. Can't complain for the price, though!
This was a very well spent $5!
im not gonna wait over 20 some odd seconds to load your software...if you want to let me try it then bring the timer down, perhaps just stop giving out free trials. There is a lot better dont even waste your bandwidth downloading this.
Don't use this software, it will delete bunch of yours mp3's.
This program is great! Why didn't someone invent this before?
Excellent product and easy to use. I easily cleaned up the tags on thousands of mp3s and can now effectively use winamp for my collection. sweet!
Great utility program that renamed my MP3's to names that make sense. It's a piece of cake now to organize my files and know where a particular one is in a fast amount of time.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.mp3namer.com|
|Release Date||January 24, 2003|
|Date Added||January 24, 2003|
|Category||MP3 & Audio Software|
|Subcategory||Music Management Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||1|
|License Model||Free to try|
|Limitations||30-day trial with start up window reminding you to register.|