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Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.6
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit
• Some fixes for OS X 10.11 El Capitan.
• Feature Request: The Actions, File to Tag, Rename and Search for Artwork menus are now available on the main window's context menu. Remember that you can hide context menu items via Preferences - File List - Context Menu Items.
• New Batch Processor data file processing mode. The mode is intended to be used when you want to parse a data file (.txt, .log, .csv, .tab, .tsv) which contains file paths and metadata to be applied. In these cases you do not need to supply a root folder to the Batch Processor. To trigger the new mode, simply drag a text file to the Batch Processor wizard's target icon. A dummy audio file will be supplied for the action. The full path to the text file will be saved to named variable Batch Data File. The contents of the data file will be preloaded to named variable Batch Data File Contents. The sample action Repair Files from Audio File Health Check Log, which parses a text file, has been modified to run in both batch modes.
• New action statement called Cancel. The online help for Stop, Stop Batch Processing and Cancel describes the differences between the three statements.
• New escape sequence ! used to access file properties from action text fields. Escape sequences with appropriate property names can be generated via a text field's context menu. example: !Creation Date!.
• The Log action statement can now write to the batch processor's log file.
• Tweak: Auto search for artwork is working again. Even larger artwork items may be returned.
• Tweak: The Lyric Wiki action statement is working again.
• Bug Fix: The Dump Variables action statement now handles long text streams when batch processing and writing to the UI.
• Bug Fix: The Log action statement's Log Changes mode was not working.
• Bug Fix: When Preferences-Artwork Album and Track Database Image Source was set to None, the viewer's Apply, Update, and Delete context-menu items were hidden.
More Info: http://2manyrobots.com/yate/
Yate was developed for people who are serious about tagging and organizing their audio files. The application was designed from the ground up for Mac users. It is a 100% Cocoa written application and uses its own tagging library. Yate will tag mp3, m4a, AIFF, wav, dsf and FLAC files.
Yate has a long list of features, including an innovative scripting system called actions. The app also supports integration with Discogs, MusicBrainz, AcoustID and iTunes.