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TagLib is a library for reading and editing the meta data of several popular audio formats. It supports both ID3v1 and ID3v2 for MP3 files, Ogg Vorbis comments and ID3 tags, and Vorbis comments in FLAC files.

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  •  22 Feb 2008 12:59

    Release Notes: This release adds support for Speex, TrueAudio, and WavPack files, as well several additional ID3v2 frames. Hundreds of bugs have been fixed since the last release two and a half years ago. Additionally, Windows and Mac OS X are both now officially supported and TagLib has switched from LGPL to MPL / LGPL dual licensing.

    •  27 Jul 2005 14:02

      Release Notes: Since the 1.3.1 release, there have been roughly 35 bugs fixed or features implemented. Some of those include better support for plugging in external file types, a number of fixes to the relative volume adjustment frame API, and at least a dozen crash fixes.

      •  08 Nov 2004 01:12

        Release Notes: Ogg Vorbis length detection on AMD-64 was fixed. Several crashes triggered by invalid files or tags in MP3 and APE tag parsing were fixed as well.

        •  10 Sep 2004 12:46

          Release Notes: This release adds support for APE tags and MPC files as well as compressed ID3v2 frames, custom text frames, and unique file identifier frames.

          •  27 Jul 2004 18:58

            Release Notes: Several major features were added to this release. The most notable are support for Ogg FLAC files and direct support for attached picture and relative volume adjustment in ID3v2 tags. There were also many bugs, some relatively significant, that were fixed along the way. An unneeded framing byte is no longer appended when retagging FLAC files; this caused some players to no longer be able to play the file. There were also fixes in the ID3v2 comment and recording date writing code.


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