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mp3ext - is there any alternative?

i wanted to know if there is any alternative to mp3ext
( http://www.mutschler.de/mp3ext/ ) since its discontinued since 2 years or so now, and it would be cool if there was such a thing that also showed the bitrate for other codecs (ogg, mpc, etc) and had a nicer tagging interface

those who do not know this thingy should check it out, its really a must have imho

mp3ext - is there any alternative?

Reply #1
Try AudioShell.

mp3ext - is there any alternative?

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i wanted to know if there is any alternative to mp3ext
( http://www.mutschler.de/mp3ext/ ) since its discontinued since 2 years or so now, and it would be cool if there was such a thing that also showed the bitrate for other codecs (ogg, mpc, etc) and had a nicer tagging interface
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mp3ext sources are available
[a href="http://www.mutschler.de/mp3ext/download.html]sources[/url]

but  Audioshell is a simple freeware alternative.

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mp3ext - is there any alternative?

Reply #3
mp3infp - freeware








mp3ext - is there any alternative?

Reply #4
I like the "themes" feature im mp3ext (different icons for the bitrates), I even made some really cool icons. Unfortunatelly, they works only with mp3.
After last windows re-install that was one of the programs that my wife asked me to install asap
Maybe there is something with the way the human brain perceives the images easier, with less load than text.
AudioShell (limited to 2K/XP IIRC?) and mp3infp (lack of mpc support yet) are really good programs, but they just add some more columns to explorer, they dont change the icons depending on the bitrates.
If Audioshell developers add some lines to the code to include that feature, it would be great!

mp3ext - is there any alternative?

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mp3ext - is there any alternative?

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I like the "themes" feature im mp3ext (different icons for the bitrates), I even made some really cool icons. Unfortunatelly, they works only with mp3.
After last windows re-install that was one of the programs that my wife asked me to install asap
Maybe there is something with the way the human brain perceives the images easier, with less load than text.
AudioShell (limited to 2K/XP IIRC?) and mp3infp (lack of mpc support yet) are really good programs, but they just add some more columns to explorer, they dont change the icons depending on the bitrates.
If Audioshell developers add some lines to the code to include that feature, it would be great!
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that symbols for bitrates is the most important part for me
but thex for the recommendations of the other programms