Meta helps you manage your ever-growing digital music collection. Use it to easily edit information such as a song's artist, title, album, album cover, etc. It supports editing of most audio formats such as MP3, MP4, M4A, FLAC, Ogg, OGA, SPX, WAV, AIFF, and a variety of metadata formats including ID3v1, ID3v2.3, ID3v2.4, iTunes MP4, Vorbis comments, and APE tags.
- A polished, intuitive user interface that adopts OS X's standards
- Write metadata to multiple files at once (Batch Tag Editing)
- Remove all metadata from files (Strip Tags)
- Change typecase (capitalise, upper/lowercase, titlecase), strip underscores
- Rename files based on their metadata or instead, convert filenames to metadata
- Find and Replace characters, words, or strings in metadata, with support for regular expressions (patterns)
- Add selected tracks to iTunes, or refresh their metadata using a simple keyboard shortcut
- Automatically generate track numbers
- Benefit from built in file management operations (Move, Delete, Reveal in Finder)
- Interface is compatible with Retina displays
Album covers can easily be set or exported via drag-and-drop, and it is possible to configure Meta so that it scales, crops, and compresses images each time a new image is set, so as to keep your audio files' size to a minimum.
- Extended Tags Support
- Custom Editor View Configurations !
- Batch Cut/Copy/Paste !
- New Popovers in the batch editor for dealing with Dates, Multiline Text (Lyrics, Comments…), and BPM ("Tap Tempo" feature)
- The Editor can now be Resized, and Collapsed (only for you folks running El Capitan or later)
- Spreadsheet style editing in the tableview (edit next row on return)
- Updated Taglib to v1.11. This brings out many fixes and enhancements to the tagging engine powering Meta.
- Added support for reading/writing OGG Opus Files
- Added support for reading/writing WAV INFO Metadata
- New FLAC Artwork Storage Preference (Choose wether to write as FLAC Pic, Vorbis Pic, or both)
- Fixed clipped drawing of tokens on macOS Sierra
- Fixed a rare unicode issue in "convert filename to tags" due to combining character sequences
- And a lot of smaller stuff, as usual…
- Intel, 64-bit processor
- OS X 10.8 or later