Release Notes: The file renamer was made to work on Windows. The file renamer now replaces invalid characters in file names. Duration is now shown for audio streams. An assertion caused by files with too many streams was fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a potential random crash related to a single-threaded library on Linux architectures other than openSUSE (openSUSE doesn't come with the single-threaded library, so it never had this issue.) The dialog that shows up when an assertion is triggered has been improved.
Release Notes: An assertion failure was fixed in Id3V2Stream.cpp. Support was added for image frames in ID3V2 tags that use a UTF-8 encoding to specify their type.
Release Notes: This release improves navigation time in the tag editor. Going to the previous/next album is significantly faster than before.
Release Notes: There was a random crash affecting only the Windows port. This was fixed through the recompilation of a library with different parameters and the corresponding change of the make file.
Release Notes: Support was added for UTF8 in ID3v240. A maximize button was added to most windows.
Release Notes: A dependency was added to guarantee that button images are visible on GNOME systems. Debian 5 binaries were added. An assert could be triggered while trying to save a session with a different name. This has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that could cause removal of audio data when using the "Remove inner non-audio" transformation. It fixes a bug that prevented the "Keep a single image for a file" option from working. This is the first version that can be compiled on Windows, and a full Windows installer can now be downloaded.
Release Notes: Ubuntu binaries and repositories were added. A bug that could result in deleted files if the disk became full was fixed.
Release Notes: The main change is that now MP3 Diags correctly shows multi-line text in most cases, while previously it simply told the user to pick a different font. This was a significant issue on Ubuntu 9.04 (and quite likely other distributions that were not tested). Several other small UI tweaks were made.