Audio Catalog 4.7
Audio Catalog is a powerful and reliable music manager that will help you organize your music collection. Makes it easy to edit tags, find duplicates and play music files.
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|OS Support||Windows Install and Uninstall|
|File Size||4.34 MB ( 4,447 KB )|
|Published||Jul 11, 2007 (13 years ago)|
|Updated||May 29, 2015 (6 years ago)|
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Audio Catalog makes it easy to find your favorite music by searching for criteria such as Artist, Title, Genre, Rating etc. You can play music using internal player or manage WinAmp or Windows Media Player directly from the Audio Catalog, create reports of your music collection as Excel, HTML or XML files, so that you can show it to others. If you're using third-party devices or players, Audio Catalog can export playlists to M3U or WPL files.
|Requirements:||Minimum Pentium class CPU - 500 Mhz, 64MB RAM, 30MB Disk Space, Video card - 800x600|
|Release Info:||Major Update on May 29, 2015|
|Release Notes:||Added Dutch; Fixed reading and writing AAC(M4A) tags; Various fixes and improvements.|
|Related Tags:||music manager music organizer mp3 duplicate finder mp3 cataloguer tag editor|
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