Mp3tag v2.96 released

Mp3tag v2.96 released

I've just released Mp3tag v2.96 and wanted to take the opportunity to detail some of the new features and changes for you.

Support for Opus with *.ogg file extension

So far, tagging Opus files required a *.opus file extension in Mp3tag. However, many applications are simply using Opus with the *.ogg file extension, which is perfectly valid. With this release, Mp3tag detects Opus for files with the *.ogg file extension — so no more renaming for you.

Improvements when copying cover art via clipboard

Mp3tag now also copies the original data next to an independent DIB format when copying cover art via the Windows clipboard. Previously, the independent DIB was re-encoded to a maximum quality JPEG, which was not the best option when the image was stored as, e.g., a PNG. Now, if you paste the cover to another file, the original format and data is used.

There are many other changes and fixes. See the changelog below and definitely get the new version.

:rocket: Download the new version

https://www.mp3tag.de/en/download.html

:orange_heart: Support my work as an Indie Developer

https://www.mp3tag.de/en/donations.html

As always, thank you for reading, your interest and your support.
— Florian

Additional Features and Fixes

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New Features

  • added support for detection of Opus in files with *.ogg file extension. (#19737, #41487, #44971)

Changes

  • copy cover art to clipboard now also copies original data in addition to DIB. ([#12474]

Bug Fixes

  • runtime error when clicking on existing files while adding files via drag and drop.
  • added detection of image type in case no mimetype is set. (#45505)
  • Discogs titles with pipe symbol were identified as different titles. (#45268)
  • initial column width in Tag Sources didn't respect splitter sizing.
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