Craiova, Romania (PRWEB) October 10, 2014
NeatMP3 is a free yet powerful music organizer software for Windows and Mac OS X that will enable you to easily merge, organize, rename and edit the tags of all the audio files on your computer.
Select a set of audio files, choose the way in which these files will be organized and renamed from a wide set of commonly used predefined patterns, select an output folder and that's all. Get a perfectly organized music collection in just three easy steps.
If NeatMP3 identifies audio files that have incomplete or invalid tags it will automatically take care of them by removing the invalid tags and filling the incomplete tags with information extracted from the names of the original files. Prefer to edit tags manually? No problem! NeatMP3 also allows manual id3 tag editing and offers support for Unicode characters.
NeatMP3 supports all the commonly used audio file formats (MP3, OGG, FLAC, WAV, MPC, AIFF, ASF, MP4) and also benefits from additional features like saving the current setting as profiles for later use, logging, deleting the source files after processing and even allows playing the song that is being edited.
NeatMP3 is the perfect companion for anybody that has a huge music collection and wants to organize it fast and simple, without having to deal with dozens of complicated settings.
There are two editions of the software from which users can choose depending on their needs.
The Free Edition has all the core functionality but lacks some advanced features that can be found in the Pro Edition. This edition of NeatMP3 is perfect for amateur users that want to organize their music library with just a few clicks.
The Pro Edition of NeatMP3, which is priced at $20, benefits form an additional set of advanced features like customized file search, output preview, online tag search or custom rename that will prove very useful to any music enthusiast.
NeatMP3 v. 2.1 works on both Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8) and Mac OS X (Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite) operating systems. For more information, visit http://neatmp3.com.