Release Notes: The project has switched to new repositories for Linux, which should support more Linux versions, including this fall's versions of Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, Mandriva, and Fedora. A crash was fixed in the folder filter. A bug was fixed that caused non-normalized files having any TXXX frame to appear normalized. Some rarely used options in text frames in ID3V2 are now supported.
Release Notes: Three bugs that could result in crashes were fixed. Support was added for more ID3V2.4.0 formats. When downloading data from Discogs, it is now possible to use "styles" to populate the Genre field. The tag editor has a new button that allows case changes (lowercase, uppercase, etc.) to be made to some fields. It is possible to change a file name manually in the file renamer. A "Suggested usage" page has been added to the documentation.
Release Notes: The documentation has been brought up to date, including the screenshots. ReplayGain is better supported, because an additional format is recognized now. Several bugs that could cause crashes were fixed. The export functionality has been improved: it allows a locale to be specified when saving to .m3u; the XML format now works OK when names contain double quotes.
Release Notes: Fixes are suggested and may be applied when right-clicking on notes. ID3V2.3.0 tags with non-standard UTF-8 frames are now accepted, generating a warning rather than marking the whole ID3V2.3.0 tag as invalid. An assertion failure has been fixed. There is a Visual Studio 2008 port.
Release Notes: This release has a restructured crash detector. It has partial support for Lyrics3 V2 tags. An issue with rectangles being shown instead of letters on Windows has been fixed. New Qt (4.5.2) and MinGW (3.4.5) for the Windows version.
Release Notes: A crash detection mechanism was added. Two small memory leaks were fixed. Content is now shown for GEOB frames. Selection of multiple cells in the tag editor was fixed. A "busy" cursor signals that the application is not frozen (even though it may appear so) after running the normalization.
Release Notes: This release fixes removal of list elements, which was broken in the previous version. It fixes a bug that caused the tag editor to behave as if the "fast save" option was turned on even when it was off. The file renamer now accepts patterns with no directory separators, in which case the renamed files are placed in the source directory. It fixes several assertion failures.
Release Notes: A "fast save" option for the tag editor. Configurable visible transformations. A new transform for keeping a single image as a front cover. A new transform for removing ID3V1. A button to remove image files. Configurable max image size. Various minor fixes.
Release Notes: Improved note grouping, with a better labeling system, configurable colors, and gradients. More consistent font handling. Changing files in external tools no longer makes the program crash.
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.