Mp3 Book Helper


There are many programs available which are designed to make living with MP3 files easier, including ID3 tag editors and playlist generators. After spending several months listening to "Books on Tape" in MP3 format, though, it seemed to me that none of these other utilities was meeting my needs - so we wrote Our own.

This program provides rapid ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags editing and file renaming. Edit Vorbis and ID3 tags easily and in bulk using Variables.. If you want something extra use tag from file name extraction variables, manual One By One editing or Export/Import Tags to and from text files.

Program makes simultaneous tests of CRC32 (for SFV) MD5 (for PAR) checksums for Ogg and MP3 files. Fast test for completeness and correct size of mp3 files based on information from SFV and PAR checksum files.

Allow files to be renamed using sequential numbering and ID3 tags. All rename operations could be done using Variables. If you made a mistake you are able to "Undo file rename".

Generate WinAmp-compatible playlists (M3U files), breaking the lists into sections either based on cumulative file size (in case one is loading to a Rio) or on play time (in case one is recording to tape), Information (NFO) file, Simple File Verify (SFV) Checksum and parity archive (PAR) files.

Play your mp3 files in Winamp while editing Tags. Auto pause and resume Winamp when renaming or updating files. Jump to last 30 seconds of file for quick spot testing of recording. You need Winamp to be installed separately for this feature to work. For Winamp 3 Winamp 2.x Plugin Manager required

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MP3BookHelper software is released under the GNU/GPL license. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation.

New versions Development by Vlad Skarzhevskyy

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