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Some Tune Up users complain that the program made a complete mess of their i Tunes library that required an effort to repair.
The utility has an Undo tab that promises to revert any files it cleaned to their precleaned state.
The recent update fixed some bugs in the program making it almost perfect and a couple of new features were added.
Unlike other software programs meant to do this, Music Brainz Picard is completely free and uses Acoust ID fingerprint to identify you unnamed tracks.
The huge, regularly updated database can identify most tracks and in most cases, there’s a high percentage of success.– Download Music Brainz Picard– Run the software– Go to Options Fingerprinting, click on Get API key and on Acoust ID website, log in to get an API key to use with the software.– Input your given API key and save your changes– Drag and drop your unnamed tracks into Music Brainz Window– In most cases, this should work just fine but some tracks may not be identified.
If this happens, you can fill such tracks with basic metadata by editing their properties and then selecting “Lookup,” it should work just fine.
This metadata makes it easy to display the track name, artist, album, and other facts about the songs in your playback device or program. Over the years I've used Audacity to convert about 2,000 songs from analog LPs and cassettes to MP3s and other digital formats.
Tune Up's automatic library analyzer indicated that my i Tunes "collection" was 61 percent clean: more than a third of the files in my library had "missing or inaccurate information." Nearly all the errors the analysis offered to correct were in the "Genre," "Year," and "Track Number" categories.
I don't know if it's the easiest way, but I use Media Monkey.