AudioGrail (formerly K-MP3) is the swiss army knife for everything that is related to audio files (MP3, MPC, OGG…). It can very easily rename and tag (tag: info such as artist name, album, track title) your files automatically. It can also analyze quality, organize files on your system, find duplicated files and improve your everyday audio experience!
- Supports : MP3, OGG, MPC, APE, AAC, FLAC and WavPack files.
- Supports : ID3Tag V1 & V2 tags, Vorbis (Ogg) comments and APEv2 tags.
- Automatically albums ranaming & tagging.
- Automatically song identification and tagging
- Automatically finds albums covers
- One-by-one tag editor with queue (for multiple files edition).
- Files names normalizer (Case standardization…)
- Tags normalizer (Case standardization…)
- Mass tags remover
- Files organizer (mass tag to name / move to folder)
- Duplicate files finder
- Playlist creator & analyser (Supported formats : m3u, pls, xpl)
- Files lister (Supported formats : Raw listing, Coma Separated Values, SQL, XML)
- Incomplete tags finder
- Quality analyser
- Internationalization support
- …And much more
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Reviews for AudioGrail
Judging by the fact it stated my 1,000-song library lasted about 10 minutes, this software isn’t even worth clicking a button to get it for free.
AudioGrail is an all-in-one toolkit specially for working with audio files. It is a capable audio organizer that features a tag editor and cool audio file mass editing tools. It has a unique user interface with clearly arranged commands. Additionally, it supports distinct audio formats including AAC, MP3, OGG, APE, MPC and FLAC. The only popular file format that is missing on this list is WMA, which is somehow a disappointment.
AudioGrails’s user interface is easy to get used to. You don’t have to possess background knowledge of the software, simply click on a command and get a desired result. The program can support upto 30 languages and the icons are prominent for an even wider audience.
The import function is a breeze to use. It groups files by the artist names for easy access. Imported files are accessible as a directory tree situated on the left side of the main window.
Audio Editing & Other Functions
Audio editing is not complex on Audio Grail. In fact, it offers an array of mass editing tools and tricks to get you going. You can standardize file names and tags for uniformity. It also allows for duplicate file searches, incomplete tag search and mass tag removal. If you have CopyToDVD, you can easily export audio files for burning.
Audio Grail offers a couple of unique editing styles including name and tag standardization and mass tag removal which are not even available in most popular editing software. You can easily export a data or audio job for burning and its commands are clearly indicated.
It is also convenient for anybody given that it supports over 30 languages. Audio Grail also has large icons for tasks such as playback and mass editing. It supports different file formats and cleverly displays files that are being edited in a directory tree.
The biggest upset is the exclusion of WMA from the list of supported files. Although the interface is clearly displayed, the design seems aged. I also found it odd that there was no album art display on tag editor screen. Instead, you have to right click on it for you to download –a hidden and inconvenient process.
Although the program won’t cause heads to turn from iTunes or even WMP, it still offers value for money. It has unique functionality and allows for seamless organization of new files even if they lack tags. The Pro version goes for about $20 and lets you edit unlimited files simultaneously while the free version will allow editing of 30 files at a go.
Amazing program, worth any penny invested.
VERY limited program. Nothing I can’t do without. No real tools in the interface. My goal was to find a converter for .wma and .flac files to .wav. Didn’t see anything in this soft that sez it does that. It says it has an analyzer and cleaner, but I didn’t bother with them. Uninstalled.
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This was never designed to be a converter. It is what it says, an organizer and editor of audio files.
I had issues with an older version, displaying album art, as well as working with actual WMA files. Hoping this version has improved in those areas, thou not a deal breaker if it did not, as I can only mirror Dennis’s review.
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