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PuddleTag (Linux Audio Tag Editor) 1.0.2 RC1 Released

PuddleTag, a Linux audio tag editor similar to the popular Windows tool Mp3Tag, has been updated recently with new features and bug fixes.PuddleTag comes with a highly customizable interface and a spreadsheet-like layout, making it easy to edit all the tags you want. Using it, you can easily batch edit your music files tags, rename files based on tag information, supports adding album covers to your files, can import tags from Amazon, Discogs, FreeDB, AcoustID and MusicBrainz and more. It even supports Mp3Tag tag sources.The application supports the following formats: ID3v1, ID3v2 (mp3), MP4 (mp4, m4a, etc.), VorbisComments (ogg, flac), Musepack (mpc), Monkey’s Audio (.ape) and WavPack (wv).The latest PuddleTag 1.0.2 RC1, released yesterday, features the following changes:Added dropdown in Extended Tags that works like Tag Panel. Useful for editing multiple valued fields;Support for MusicBrainz cover art;Search by ID for MusicBrainz tag source;Album art can be dragged from browser. If link can be resolved, image will be loaded;You can now submit your tags containing MusicBrainz IDs to AcoustID;__total can be edited in Tag Panel and other places;Added disambiguation to album title for MusiBrainz so that album titles would be “Somaro (Deluxe Edition)” instead of just “Somaro”;Multiple-valued fields can be added

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