I am happy to announce the immediate availability of JiaId3 0.9.1. New features in this release include:
- Fixed bugs that caused error dialogs to pop up on Intel Macs as well as some Panther systems.
- I fixed up the .dmg so that it looks a bit better when you mount and show it for the first time.
I have actually coded up a lot of FLAC support, but it is currently disabled, as FLAC files appear to have a number of wild permutations, including native FLAC format, FLAC embedded in Ogg streams, and weird FLAC/ID3 hybrids that are widely seen but not supported by any available code base.
You can download the (Universal Binary) .dmg file from:
More details about JiaId3 can be found in the following locations:
As always, any comments, questions, or bug reports should be sent to me. I’d love to hear from anybody using the program.[Read Rest of Article]
I am happy to announce the immediate availability of version 0.9.0 of JiaId3. The big change in this version is support for Ogg/Vorbis (.ogg) audio files. I have also seriously cleaned up error handling and added some architecture to support more audio file formats as I learn about them.
JiaId3 0.9.0 can be downloaded from:
The source code can be downloaded from:
JiaId3 0.9.0 is an information tag editor for your audio files. It currently supports editing the ID3 information associated with MP3 files, as well as the tag information associated with Ogg/Vorbis .ogg files. I will add support for more file formats as I approach version 1.0.0. I first sat down to write this application when I found a directory on my hard disk with a bunch of “junk” MP3 files whose tag information was all messed up. Instead of throwing them all away, or having them mess up my audio libraries, I set about to write an application to let me fix them.[Read Rest of Article]
JiaId3 version 0.8.0 can be downloaded from:[Read Rest of Article]