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I'm looking for a Mac OS X free clone of the Tag & Rename Windows software.

The features I need are:

  • Batch ID3v2 tag editing for various music file formats (MP3, M4A, FLAC, ...)
  • Batch renaming of music files based on their ID3v2 tags

My MacBook Air is running Mac OS X Mavericks.

Any directions would be much appreciated.

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I prefer iTunes where it not only allows batch editing, but changes the file name and directory structure based on the Tagging information

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Have a look at Media Rage. While visually not the most attractive OSX app around, it does the things you're looking for:

A collection of powerful tools for media enthusiasts with a Macintosh using Mac OS X. Media Rage can read and write information stored in MP3, AAC/MP4, FLAC, AIFF, WAVE, BWF, and Ogg Vorbis audio files as well as EXIF (read only) tags in digital images. Media Rage can assist you in cataloging, organizing, sorting, and updating thousands of audio files with ease.

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Its not free but Jaikoz meets both of your requirements, in addition it amongst other things it can automatically identify songs. Jaikoz is a stable product that was originally launched in 2008 and is still actively developed, the latest release was only last week.

Disclaimer:I am the Jaikoz developer

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I don't have a lot of need for software like this, but since I'm iTunes-averse, I've appreciated using Tagger.

Tagger

OP's features:

  • Yes Yes! Batch ID3v2 tag editing for various music file formats (MP3, M4A, FLAC, ...)
  • Yes Yes! Batch renaming of music files based on their ID3v2 tags

Additional features of interest:

  • FOSS under Apache 2.0 license
  • supports artwork, folder manipulation, much more...

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