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Welcome to MP3-Info 2.0!
After Apple has killed the Contextual Menu Modules, we had to find a clever way to bring the wildly popular MP3-Info to Snow Leopard. And we came up with a brilliant little app that launches in a snap, and is well integrated into the Mac OS.
Let me show you how easy it is to use the new MP3-Info.
Select one song file in the Finder. Then use the context menu, or the global services menu to quickly open MP3-Info.
In the beautiful main window, you can grasp all important tags contained in that song file at once.
Starting on the left with the cover art. Should you see only a generic icon here, but full cover art in iTunes, you know that iTunes again didnt store that cover art in the actual song file, but only in its private library. Bad iTunes!
All other important tags of the song are displayed throughout the window in several groups, here are duration and bitrate, and here the song title, artist, album, track number. Also, the composer, year, genre, comment, and encoder application are shown here, all in one nice window!
If the song contains lyrics, the Lyrics button is enabled, and will show a nice extra window with the full lyrics. Close that again at any time, of course. And you will notice that MP3-Info can also give you the textual description of a podcast
And to tell the world of the song that you are currently playing, we have added a cool new Tweet button here. Just one click, and everyone knows what music you like. This feature uses your web browser and your Twitter account.
With MP3-Info, you now have the choice of following your current Finder selection, or even working directly with Apples iTunes! That includes the currently playing song, or the selected title. Isnt that amazing?
Of course, you can resize the MP3-Info window if you dont want to see certain items, just drag it to your preferred size and location, it is that easy.
And MP3-Info can even do a lot more for you! We have thrown in a close connection to the popular media cataloger CDFinder. With just one simple click, you can find all similar songs in your archive. Lets try the song title The Logical Song: Yep, I have a lot of different versions of that song in my catalog archive. Or lets find find all Supertramp songs or even the entire set of songs of the same genre or year. That is pretty cool!
Sometimes, the name of a song file isnt really revealing about its content. Wouldnt it be nice to have an easy way to rename the song file decently? Yes, that would be nice, and MP3-Info can help you with that. Select one of several possible name schemes, and the file will get a new name with just one click. That was simple indeed.
While MP3-Info can only display the meta tags, what if you want to edit them? There are three major tools for this task, and MP3-Info can connect to all of them with this menu here. Use either the slightly older ID3X, or The Tagger, or Media Rage, all three can be launched directly from inside MP3-Info.
And of course, MP3-Info also supports m4a or AAC audio files created by iTunes, as well as ringtones, and AIFF songs, with the full set of tags, and even WAVE files.
MP3-Info uses the proven and high-performance audio code from CDFinder, and that made it possible for us to offer MP3-Info for free! Of course, we do appreciate a small donation, and will buy chocolate for the development team
Now just download and enjoy MP3-Info!