I’ve just released Mp3tag for Mac v1.7 and I want to take the opportunity to outline some of the new features and improvements for you:
Support for Multiline Fields on Tag Panel
I’ve extended the Tag Panel on the left for entering metadata to support even more configuration options: it's now possible to also add multiline fields (e.g., for adding lyrics or podcast descriptions) in addition to standard text fields and checkbox fields.
Playlist and Export Filename Configuration
The name for playlists and export files can now be configured via settings using a format string (i.e., a template pattern that is filled with actual artist and album metadata once the playlist or export file is created).
Custom Copy Format
The format that is used when copying a textual representation via ⌘C to the clipboard can now be configured via settings.
A few more things
I’ve also extended the Discogs Tag Source to import even more composers (Discogs has various ways of allowing the composer information to be denoted) and added a history drop-down to allow for reusing previously used format strings when exporting tag information. You can inspect the complete list of changes via the Mp3tag for Mac changelog. If something is unclear or sparks your interest, please don’t hesitate to ask.
It's a free update! You can update the Mac App Store version via the Update tab in the App Store app and the standalone version from within the app via File → Check for Updates.
And if you’re not yet using Mp3tag for Mac, you can always get the 7-day trial version — only days you’re using the app are counted.
Thank you for reading, your interest, and your support.