Chaotic Software has updated its digital music software for the Macintosh, MP3 Rage, to version 3.3. The new software can be downloaded from links on Chaotic’s Web site now.
MP3 Rage enables Mac users to listen to MP3 audio files. It acts as a client for Napster and Gnutella, and also provides the ability to edit ID3 tags, analyze MP3s, normalize sound volumes, export to AIFF format for CD burning, catalog, and much, much more.
The new version of MP3 Rage, 3.3, sports the following improvements:
Added support for tagging MP3 files by searching for their information using Gracenote’s CDDB technology
Added new multi-file QuickEdit window to individually edit multiple files
Added options to automatically delete failed and/or canceled Gnutella/Napster downloads
Fixed problems with arrow keys jumping by two in the Napster window
Fixed problems with the QuickEdit window on Mac OS X
Fixed problems showing info for file that do not have ID3 tags
Fixed problems detecting changes in the ID3 tag version popups in the QuickEdit window
System requirements for MP3 Rage 3.3 call for a PowerPC-based Mac running Mac OS 8.x or later (Mac OS X is supported); QuickTime 4.0 or later. MP3 Rage is distributed as shareware. The registration fee costs US$24.95.
Download MP3 Rage 3.3