Yate was developed for people who are serious about tagging and organizing their audio files. The application was designed from the ground up for Mac users. It is a 100% Cocoa-written application and uses its own tagging library. Yate will tag mp3, m4a, aiff, flac, wav and dsf files.
Yate has a long list of features; most importantly, an innovative scripting system called actions. Actions can be used to update all of an album’s tags with a single operation. Yate also supports integration with Discogs, MusicBrainz, AcoustID and iTunes. All changes can be easily reverted and individual changes can be undone in any order. Whether you want to automatically or manually tag your files, Yate can do it all!
The Main Window:
- Added a Sort by Path Extension item to the table header's context menu. This is useful if you're copying metadata between different audio file types and the Album metadata is already the same across all the files. The sort compares file extensions first then the standard default sort parameters. (Album, Disc, Track, Title, File Path)
- Someone found yet another way to mangle the ID3 specification in MP3 files that we missed.
- The new Regular Expression Tester window was not properly dismissed if the window was closed by the window close button. Command-W, Clear and Save all closed correctly.
- Regression: Dragging to the dock icon and opening files via Finder Open With, was not forcing the display of the main window.
- A few other minor bug fixes.
OS X 10.6 or later, 64-bit processor