audio tag editor for GTK+
  7 reviews

Ex Falso displays and edits audio metadata tags. Supported formats include MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, Musepack (MPC), WavPack, and MOD/XM/IT.

A command-line counterpart, Operon, is also distributed as part of this package.

Notable features include: * Freeform tag editing for most supported formats, including ID3v2 * Multiple values for tag keys * Flexible rename-by-tags and tag-by-filename patterns * Extensible using simple Python-based plugins * Edit multiple files in several formats at once
Latest reviews
viem 5 months ago

First start-up: the CPU rises to 50%, the interface never appears and it's impossible to kill the process. Logging out the session won't kill it either, you'll have to restart the machine. (Linux Mint (Cinnamon) 21.2)

Vasilis_K 3 years ago

Not supporting cover art!

nuzzolo 7 years ago

The best mp3 tagger I've ever found

CompSuperstar 11 years ago

Simple and efficient. Musicbrainz and cover search in Amazon support. That's what I needed.

soulsclerosis 12 years ago

very efficient

jajodo 12 years ago

Excellent, intuitive traditional manual tag editor

Alexio 13 years ago

It takes a bit to really see the power the application has... but it's well worth the curve if you have a decent size music directory.