|Created on||2016-03-13 14:16:26|
|Files||Swinsian 1.11.8 (279).dmg (18.54 MB)|
Version: 1.11.8 (279)
More Info: http://swinsian.com/
New in Version 1.11.8
28 Feb 2016
Adds a command to trigger rescanning of watched folders.
Adds the ability to show time and size totals for selected tracks in the status bar.
Adds support for importing ALAC and AAC files with mp4 file extensions.
Improves AirPlay support for AppleTVs.
Fixes glitches between tracks when using built in AirPlay support.
Improves artwork fetching.
Sorting podcasts table now only sorts subscriptions not episodes.
Fixes issues displaying artwork in the inspector for some tracks.
Fixes crashes when trying to fetch artwork on OS X 10.6.
Fixes an issue that would sometimes prevent Swinsian from quitting.
Fixes support for Growl notifications for people who have the Growl app installed.
Various minor bug fixes.
Full Release Notes: http://swinsian.com/support/changelog/
Swinsian is a music manager and player for OS X.
Swinsian is a sophisticated music player for Mac OS X with wide format support, folder watching and advanced tag editing and designed to be responsive even with the largest libraries.
The art grid, column browser and track inspector provide multiple ways to view and navigate your music. They can also be hidden if you prefer a minimal interface.
Easily edit tags on multiple tracks at once. Regex compatible find and replace helps you keep your music correctly tagged. The powerful Duplicate Finder helps you find and remove duplicate tracks using flexible criteria to keep your library organised.
Control playback easily with global shortcuts and the mini window. The customisable desktop art widget can decorate your desktop with details of the music you are listening to.
iTunes library importing
Album art fetching
Global keyboard shortcuts
OS X and Growl Notifications
Duplicate track finder
Separate playlist windows
Find and replace tag editing, with regex support
Playback over AirPlay
Automatic Podcast downloading
Supports Flac, MP3, AAC, ALAC, Ogg Vorbis, WMA, WAV, Opus, AC3, AIFF, MusePack, and APE.
Automatic changing of device sample rate
Support for cue files and embedded cue information