Yate 220.127.116.11 | 25.28 MB
A powerful yet easy to use Mac application designed to help you create a comprehensive metadata databasefor your audio tracks.
Yate is an easy to use macOS application that offers you the proper tools for tagging and quickly organizing your music collection.
The utility is able to work with MP3, M4A, AIFF, WAV, DSF, and FLAC files, and you get to import tracks for processing, or simply link items from your iTunes music library.
Yate is able to import metadata for your tracks from online sources, such as MusicBrainz, or Discogs, but you can also manually edit each entry.
The app enables you to change the credits and album details, the artwork, the lyrics, allows you to store private characteristics, such as the owner or the purchase price and so on.
The best part is that, if you link items from your iTunes library, the changes will be reflected almost instantly within the media player. This is very useful because you will be able to organize your tracks by different criteria with minimal effort.
Yate comes with a collection of over 100 actions scripts that can be easily employed to streamline certain tasks: the app comes with a small collection of actions already integrated with the app interface, but you can easily create new ones by using the predefined functions.
For your convenience, Yate offers you the possibility to export your current project in order to be able to share the newly created metadata database with your friends in no time.
Yate offers you the possibility to create a comprehensive metadata database by quickly importing information and even artwork from online sources.
At the same time, the app enables you to store personal details, such as the purchasing info, your private ratings, can memorize if you want to skip the track when shuffling, and so on.
Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later, 64 bit
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- The PreferencesGeneralCustom Fields configurator was validating the supplied FLAC/OGG name for the APE field.
- Attempting to set an FLAC/OGG/APE Custom Field mapping to a name already mapped as an Involved People List Item would cause a crash.
- The new inline expression sequences were documented incorrectly as requiring double backslashes. The documentation has been corrected.