Well, first off, the interface is alright but the left column should have something stating "choose directory" instead of guessing.
There is no install which some may like.
When using FDB or other external source, it keeps bringing up a connection error and even program not responding, probably a hiccup.
Well, it did alright with music in my C: drive music folder but my other drive E:, not so well. It's fast but it didn't rename anything, fix it, or anything else for that matter.
So, having to judge off the C: drive alone, it worked fine. It was very fast but it missed some music.
I back up the music folder and then test it, replace it after, tried again, same thing. So yes, it did fix up the majority of music.
That being said, this is one of the fastest I've run into and works decently.
Errors out unless your mp3's are on the local drive. No network or NAS support.
I'd copied a few hundred files from an iPod, all the files were named with 4 letter names. Useless to me.
I fired up ID3 renamer and I was done in less than a minute. I think the renaming operation actually took about 3 seconds for 127 files. Out of those, only 10 or so had bad tags. I had to rename those by hand.
I can't tell you how much time this little freebie has saved me and will continue to save me. If there's a better freeware tool for this out there, it can't be much better.
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