Identify, tag and organize your audio files with a click. AudioRanger uses a very intelligent music identification algorithm.
Search and add high quality album covers to your audio files, either automatically or manually.
Batch-edit your audio files in a powerful spreadsheet view supporting Undo, Redo, Cut, Copy, Paste, Find, Replace, Import, Export, Swap, and much more.
Accurately named files and a neat folder hierarchy will make sure your music library is perfectly organized and structured.
Automatically identify duplicate songs and either delete them right away or move them to a separate duplicate folder.
Supports MP3, M4A, WMA, FLAC, Opus, Ogg Vorbis, WAV, AIFF and more file formats. Edit ID3, APE, Vorbis Comments, MP4, ASF and Lyrics3 tags.
Your audio files have missing or incorrect tags, album cover images or file names? AudioRanger will automatically identify, tag and organize your entire music collection with ease. It will not only analyze the actual music of your files, but will also consider already existing metadata, file name patterns and folder hierarchies to achieve the best possible identification result.
Tired of seeing empty placeholder pictures instead of beautiful album covers when scrolling through your digital music collection? AudioRanger will automatically search and add high quality album covers to your audio files.
AudioRanger uses the Cover Art Archive and other popular legal online sources to obtain high resolution album covers (up to 1200 x 1200 pixels). You can define the album cover types which should be searched (e.g. only front covers or back covers) and your preferred album cover size. You can also search for album covers manually and even edit the album covers after adding them.
AudioRanger is also a powerful and easy-to-use tool for manually editing the metadata of your audio files. You can edit more than 100 different audio tag attributes in a versatile spreadsheet view. Some highlights include:
Correctly identifying your audio files is one thing, but perfectly organizing them is another. AudioRanger gives you full control to exactly define how your music library should be structured. Your audio files deserve accurately formatted names and a neat folder hierarchy!
AudioRanger supports highly configurable and easy-to-use file and folder name patterns for this purpose. You can use different name patterns for single artist albums, compilation albums and single tracks. AudioRanger furthermore supports advanced name pattern features like dynamic functions, attributes and even code completion.
As music collections grow so do the duplicates. AudioRanger can automatically identify duplicate songs when adding new files to your music library and only keep one copy of each track. AudioRanger can either delete duplicates right away or move them to a separate duplicate folder for manual review.
You can use many different audio file attributes like e.g. bitrate, file size or release date to decide which file should be kept. You can even review and manually adjust the duplicate resolution plan before actually applying it.
AudioRanger makes it possible to edit all audio formats, tags and fields in the same easy and uniform way. You don't have to care about audio or
tagging formats at all. (But you can still fine-tune many low-level tagging settings if you're an expert.)