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Make Windows understand music: AudioManage is a music-aware virtual filesystem for Windows. It adds a unicode MP3 tag editor and music organizer to any Windows program. It can handle ID3, Vorbis, WM, APE, Vorbis and files like MP3, WMA, ASF, OGG, FLAC, MAC, AAC, M3U, WPL. It's virtual folders views can be browsed in any Windows application--no need to run any separate program to use the library--even right in the Windows File->Open dialog box. AudioManage fully supports Unicode, not just in tags, but also in it's filenames. You can also update album cover and track information from web sources (amazon, freedb), without any typing. Find and remove duplicates based on name or audio data. The built-in search engine can not only find files in a flash, but also store your query as a folder for later use. Playlists can be created with a single click, or drag and drop. All management including burn to CD can be with drag and drop.Version 2.1 uses a completely new database engine, features interface enhancements, and speed improvements.
Price USD14.9
License Free to try
File Size 1.95 MB
Version 2.1
Operating System Windows Windows 2000 Windows XP
System Requirements Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server
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