Puddletag

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Puddletag
Puddletag cloud logo.png
Screenshot puddletag 0.10.png
Puddletag 0.10 on Ubuntu
Stable release 1.0.2RC1 / 14 July 2013; 8 months ago (2013-07-14)
Written in Python[1]
Operating system Unix-like
Platform PyQt
Available in English, Dutch, French, German, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Czech
Type Tag editor
License GPLv3
Website puddletag.sourceforge.net

Puddletag is a FOSS metadata editor for many audio file formats very similar to Mp3tag. Unlike most taggers for GNU/Linux, it uses a spreadsheet-like layout so that all the tags you want to edit by hand are visible and easily editable.

It includes support for the following audio formats: AAC, FLAC, APE, MP3, MPEG-4 (mp4/m4a/m4b/iTunes compatible), MPC, OGG, OptimFROG OFR, OFS, SPX, TAK, TTA, WMA, WV.

Puddletag uses Mutagen

Features[edit]

  • Batch Tag Editing. Write ID3v1.1, ID3v2.3, ID3v2.4, MPEG-4, WMA, APEv2 Tags and Vorbis Comments to multiple files at once.
  • Full Unicode support
  • Support for embedded album cover art
  • Automatically creates playlists
  • Recursive subfolder support
  • User-defined field mappings
  • Remove parts of a tag or the entire tag from multiple files
  • Rename and/or move files and folders based on the tag information
  • Import tags from filenames, text files and clipboard
  • Quick search and replace text in highlighted tracks/fields without having to resort to actions
  • Format tags and filenames
  • Replace characters or words from tags and filenames
  • Regular expressions
  • Export tag information to user-defined formats (i.e. HTML, RTF, CSV, XML, TXT AND JSON)
  • Import tag information from online databases like freedb, discogs, MusicBrainz AcoustID or Amazon (also by text-search)
  • Full AcoustID integration
  • Import tag information from local freedb databases
  • Support for ID3v2.3 (ISO-8859-1 and UTF-16) and ID3v2.4 with UTF-8
  • Automated Mass Tagging of multiple albums including the ability to enrich existing metadata using one or more metadata sources in a single operation
  • Single Album and Mass Album Tagging results can be accepted/edited/rejected at track and/or field level

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