Yate 3.17.4.1

Yate 3.17.4.1

Yate was developed for people who want complete control over their tagging experience. Supports audio in AIFF, DFF, DSF, FLAC, M4A, M4B, MP3, MP4, STEM.MP4 and WAV files. Supports video in M4V and MP4.

Yate has a long list of features; most importantly, an innovative scripting system called actions. Actions can be used to update all of an album's tags with a single operation. Yate also supports integration with AcouticBrainz, AcoustID, Beatport, Discogs, iTunes and MusicBrainz. All changes can be easily reverted and individual changes can be undone in any order. Whether you want to automatically or manually tag your files, Yate can do it all!

What's New:

Version 3.17.4:
The Main Window:
  • In order to stop the unnecessary display of the main window when a process finishes, nothing visual is done when the application is active. ie. the main window will not be forced to the front and the dock icon will not bounce. Unfortunately there is no way to reliably bounce the dock icon when the application is active.
  • Added a Renumber by Disc toolbar button.
  • Added a Calculate Track Count Per Disc toolbar button.
  • Artwork panels will display duplicate artwork items when a single file is selected.
  • A Help Indexed by Menu Items link has been added to the Help menu.
  • Unhandled Frames has been renamed to Unhandled Items.
  • The status bar can no longer be hidden.
  • The Audio Information panel at the bottom of the File Browser panel now auto-hides.
  • Some other minor cosmetic changes.
Regular Expression Tester:
  • There is a new regular expression test panel. The functionality can be accessed as a stand alone window from the Actions menu or as a sheet opened from a Regular Expression statement in an Action Editor window.
  • You can test all supported regular expression functionality.
  • You can set content values for accessed variables and named variables.
  • You can view the regular expression and template fields as they are passed to the regular expression compiler. ie. After Yate escaping.
  • Matches will be colour highlighted.
  • The regular expression and template fields have context menu items to assist with the most common regexp sequences.
Themoviedb Importer:
You can now optionally synthesize the EpisodeID (eg. S01E12) for TV shows. WAV Files:
  • WAV files have an alternate tagging scheme to the suppported ID3 specification. A small number of tags may be specified in a LIST-INFO chunk. Yate always wrote the Album, Artist, Title and Year tags to this construct to support those applications which do not handle an ID3 chunk. The Comments, Copyright and Genre metadata is now written as well. Further, Yate will now read any of the previous fields if non empty and there is no in place ID3 data or if the ID3 chunk is not present. Yate will also preserve any unhandled metadata that it finds so that it can be put back when the file is written. These unhandled items have a description field which starts with LIST-INFO:xxxx where xxxx is the name of the unhandled item.
  • When logging verbose raw file contents, the contents of the LIST-INFO chunk will be displayed.
Action Manager:
The Action Manager has a new Log Action Usage context menu item. The Log Viewer will contain a list of all actions describing the actions called and those that call them. Action Editor Windows:
  • There is a new context menu item called Save Changes then Run Action.
Action Statements:
  • You can now specify that the Run statement should execute only for those selected files which have a specific variable whose value is true.
  • The Compare Date Test, Compare Numeric Test and Compare Text Test statements can all now save individual per file test results to a variable. When executing in stepwise mode the the action test state will still be set to the combined test result as documented. Having the individual test results saved to each file allows you to use the new Run statement option to limit which files get processed based on a condition.
  • The Make Numeric statement can now save a field as a boolean or negated boolean value. While true is interpreted as being any non zero value, there may be times when you want the value to be 0 or 1.
  • There is a new action statement called Logical Set. While the Compare Date Test, Compare Numeric Test and Compare Text Test statements can all now save individual per file test results to a variable, there are many other statements which can set the action test state. The Logical Set statement allows for pretty much every logical operation that exists. The statement can perform its logical operations on the Action Test State, Variables and named variables.
  • The Transfer Metadata statement's semantics for Unhandled items has been changed. If you transfer metadata between files of different types and you are transferring Unhandled items, the Unhandled items of the destination file will be cleared. This makes more sense than simply ignoring the transfer and retaining the previous items. This makes it far more convenient to transfer metadata and clear Unhandled in a single operation.
  • New action statement Clear User Defined Items by Source. The statement can clear all user defined data (text items and urls) associated with any combination of metadata sources: AcousticBrainz, AcoustID, AutoSearch, and nine other sources.
  • The Scale Artwork/Change Type statement has been renamed Manipulate Artwork. The restriction that an artwork item must be converted to a PNG image in order to square it has been removed. The statement now also allows for the setting of an image to greyscale.
  • The following artwork statements now support their functionality or testing by file index, a picture type or description: Artwork to Folder, Manipulate Artwork, Rearrange Artwork and Remove Artwork.
  • New action statement called Duplicate Artwork. This is useful if you want to perform some sort of image transformation on an item which is kept disjoint from the original.
  • Copy Unhandled and Clear Unhandled now have the same extended matching criteria. The four character pattern limit has been removed in order to handle the new WAV LIST-INFO unhandled items.
  • The Regular Expression statement has a new test interface. The statement's expression and template fields have context menu items to assist with the insertion of the most common sequences.
  • New escape sequence > inserts an integer value representing the current time in milliseconds since Jan 1, 1970.
Bug Fixes:
  • Repeat For statements were not being updated when a called action was renamed.
  • Repeat For statements were not being processed by the action usage logic.
  • The Access Discogs and Access Musicbrainz statement UI was messed up if there was more than one in a single action which specified the Custom option.
  • Comments and Lyrics in FLAC files can now start with a { character. The FLAC handler is smarter in determining the presence of secondary comments and lyrics.
  • Fixed a memory leak in the Load and Run statement.

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  • Title: Yate 3.17.4.1
  • Developer: Many Robots
  • Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later
  • Language: English
  • Includes: K'ed by TNT
  • Size: 15.96 MB
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