Projects / Entagged


Entagged is a Java audio file tagger which uses the freedb online database for the retrieval of the tags. It supports custom file renaming based on the tags (with any directory stucture), as well as custom tagging based on the file names. MP3, Ogg, and FLAC are currently supported.

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Recent releases

  •  26 Feb 2005 22:08

    Release Notes: Unicode is now used by default for ID3 tags. The API and architecture for audio formats were greatly changed. Languages were updated and some small features here and there were added, like a statistics generator. Some nasty bugs were corrected, like the file deletion when renaming with the same filename. Some MP3 bitrate/length display errors were also fixed.

    •  10 Jan 2005 14:01

      Release Notes: This release fixes the startup error and adds a little improvements with keyboard navigation and editing.

      •  08 Jan 2005 19:37

        Release Notes: An MP3 tagging bug was fixed. The UI was improved a lot, featuring autocompletion of the path field, highlighting of valid masks for patterns, and easier navigation through the table with the keyboard. Problems in which Ogg/FLAC files weren't recognized as tagged or untagged properly and ID3v2 tag was incorrectly overwritten were fixed.

        •  01 Jan 2005 17:21

          Release Notes: The Ogg corruption bug with some files that was introduced in 0.15 was fixed. Handling of non-standard COMMENT and TRACK fields in Ogg files was fixed. WMA file handling was improved in that some parts of the tag were optional but not recognized as such.

          •  23 Dec 2004 20:58

            Release Notes: This release adds a listing generator which can browse a directory and generate an XML, HTML, or CSV listing of all audio files. It supports multi-lined comments in tags (for tag formats that support it). The GUI has improved a lot.


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