Release Notes: This Unstable release adds several new features, the most important ones being running external tools and executing transformations in the CLI mode. Two new transformations have been added for removing APE tags and non-audio data. It is now possible to delete MP3 files from the main window or to open a file explorer at the folder containing a particular file.
Release Notes: This stable release contains a backport from the development branch of a change which was needed to accommodate a Discogs API change.
Release Notes: This release uses a new API for Discogs access, as the old API is being deprecated and is supposed to stop functioning soon. Copying song information from ID3V1 to ID3V2 now allows users to specify a codepage, rather than assuming Latin-1. Several minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This stable release includes backports from the unstable branch to accommodate GNOME 3 and a Discogs API change that rendered the Discogs-related functionality unusable.
Release Notes: Discogs queries work again, after a Discogs API change. The track numbering when querying multi-volume albums from Discogs was incorrect and is fixed in this version.
Release Notes: The shell integration has been made configurable for Linux from within the program. MP3 Diags now has a "close" button on GNOME 3.
Release Notes: In this unstable release, the project can now analyze files and show the results at the console, without entering the GUI mode. New options have been added to the command line to create sessions for a specific folder. MP3 Diags can now be integrated with Windows Explorer, allowing the user to open the program by right-clicking on a folder.
Release Notes: The main change consists of fixing a crash that could occur when trying to use the folder filter, provided that the file names followed a given pattern. Another change was adding a library that was needed on Fedora 13 and 14 but not on older versions.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash that was caused by invalid Lyrics tags and a crash that occurred under certain circumstances on Windows when opening the "Folder filter" dialog.
Release Notes: This release fixes an assertion failure.