The folks at
have updated MP3 Rage, their MP3 tag editor software, to version 5.5.
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The Mac only software lets you: edit ID3 tags; analyze MP3s; adjust their sound volume automatically to play at similar levels; export MP3 files to the AIFF format (for, say, burning CDs); play MP3 files with the built-in player; catalog, organize, rename, find, and change MP3 files and their ID3 tags; and search for and download artwork and lyrics from the Internet.
MP3 Rage 5.5 adds an “Apply To All” button to the Artwork Browser, allowing you to update all files with the current artwork in the file list with a single click. Now you can prevent adding “.mp3” to files already named with “.mp3” in the Renamer tool. The update also adds URLs to the Web menu that point to sites where you can obtain lyrics and artwork for your MP3s, as well as a preference option to use Mac OS X-style file comments.
A 15-day free trial is available for download from Chaotic Software’s Web site. MP3 Rage has a suggested retail price of US$24.95. Version 5.5 is free to users of version 5.0 or later. Users of MP3 Rage prior to version 5.0 can upgrade for $10. MP3 Rage requires Mac OS X or Mac OS 9.x.