Mark Malson has released an update for AutoTagX, bringing it to version 1.1. AutoTagX is an MP3 utility designed for organizing MP3 music files with consistent tags and labels. The update features improved searching, bug fixes, and other enhancements. According to Mark Malson:
Mark Malson is very pleased to announce an update of AutoTagX(tm) to version 1.1 for Mac OS X.
AutoTagX(tm) helps you organize your MP3 collection better and faster by giving you an easy way to make sure your tags, file names, and folder names are consistent and correct. If you organize your MP3 files into folders by the original CD, AutoTagX(tm) will save you TONS of time.
Changes in v1.1:
- Now works from behind a proxy
- Widened FreeDB searching so you have a greater chance of finding your album
- Less dragging around of tracks if theyire out of order - AutoTagX reorders your tracks to match the FreeDB entry
- Better performance when many windows are open
- Several bug fixes
You can find more information about the AutoTagX update at the Mark Malson Web site. AutotagX 1.1 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$12.95.