Audio Catalog is a music manager that helps you organize your music collection.
Supports 14 audio formats: MP3, OGG, WMA, FLAC, AC3, APE, WAV, AAC, MPC, SPX, TTA, WV, VQF and audio CDs (CDA).
Import catalog from playlist (M3U, PLS, WPL), CSV, XLS-files.
Rename files using the information from tags, convert music to different formats using Digital Audio Converter.
Download album information (e.g. Artist, Album, Genre, Track name) about music from on-line-database CDDB.
Find and remove duplicate files using built-in Duplicate Finder.
Add or correct missing or incorrect meta-data using tools available for tagging your files.
Tag files based on filenames with the Filename to Tag.
Add or switch tag contents between files and fields using clipboard and batch operations.
Audio Catalog supports an MP3 tags (ID3v1 & ID3v2), AAC tags (for M4A/M4P files), an OGG tags (for OGG and FLAC files), a WMA tags, an APE2 tags (for APE files) and an MP4 tags.
Convert audio files from almost any audio format including MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, FLAC, OGG Vorbis, APE, MPC, SPX, TTA, WV and preserve tag information, using Digital Audio Converter.
Easily filter your content using groups and categories.
Organize, browse or search music by Genre, Artist, Year, Rating, etc.
Play music using internal player or manage WinAmp or Windows Media Player directly from the Audio Catalog.
Create Reports of your music collection as Excel, HTML or XML files, so that you can show it to others.
If you're using third-party devices or players, Audio Catalog can export playlists to M3U or WPL files.
Customize Audio Catalog with visual styles and settings. Integrate it with WinAmp or Windows Media Player.
- Size: 4.3 MB
- Current version: 4.7
- Price: $39.95
- Limitations: 200 files in catalog, nag-screen
- Audio Catalog runs on Windows 2000 / Windows XP / Vista / Windows 2003 Server / Windows 7 / Windows 8
Audio Catalog has the following language translations available:
What's new in version 4.7
- Added Dutch;
- Fixed reading and writing AAC(M4A) tags;
- Improved: stability in the program's work;
- Various fixes and improvements.