Chaotic Software has released MP3 Rage 3.0 to add a Gnutella client, support for running natively on Mac OS X, a revamped player with play lists, support for artwork embedded in MP3s, filename to ID3 tag converter, long (up to 255 character) filenames, and much more.
MP3 Rage is a collection of tools for MP3 fans. You can search for and download MP3s from the Internet using the Napster music sharing system and the Gnutella file sharing system, edit ID3 tags, analyze MP3s and adjust their sound volume automatically to play at similar levels, export MP3 files to AIFF format for burning CDs, play MP3 files, catalog, organize, rename, find, and change thousands of MP3 files and their ID3 tags quickly and painlessly.
Version 3.0 has lots of new stuff. Artwork embedded in MP3s such as album covers are now displayed and can be added/changed. An option has been added to control whether line feeds are appended to each line in the cataloger. There’s now an improved volume-adjusting algorithm to better model human hearing. And there’s more; details can be found at the
MP3 Rage Web site.
MP3 Rage costs US $24.95, a price that includes future updates and technical support. You can find it at the
MP3 Rage 3.0 download URL.