AudioShell 2 is a Windows Explorer shell extension which allows you to view and edit ID3 meta-data tags directly in Windows Vista/7/8 Explorer. It has full native support for: mp3 (ID3v1, ID3v2.2, ID3v2.3 and ID3v2.4 tags), Windows Media wma, asf and wmv files, Apple iTunes aac (m4a) files including mp4, lossless m4a and protected m4p files, Ogg Vorbis/Flac/Speex (vorbis comments), MusePack mpc/mp+ (APEv1, APEv2 and ID3v1 tags), most popular lossless codecs including Monkey's Audio, Flac, Opus, Wav Pack, Optim Frog, True Audio, Apple lossless, Windows Media lossless, Wav, Aiff and DSF (Direct Stream Digital). AudioShell adds ID3 tag editor and files rename tools into Windows music files pop-up menu. AudioShell property shell handler add detailed music tags information into Windows Explorer columns and Preview pane, thumbnail handler add thumbnails with album art into Explorer. Full Unicode and 64 bit support.
What is new in this release:
Version 2.3.6 improved support for ID3v2.4 Unicode tags.
What is new in version 2.3.5:
Version 2.3.5 improved support for ID3v2 tags, mp4 and aiff files and added support for PCM float uncompressed wav files properties.
What is new in version 2.3.4:
Version 2.3.4 added support for Xtra atom in mp4 files (this atom used by Windows Explorer and Windows Media Player).
What is new in version 2.3.3:
- bugs fix release
What is new in version 2.3:
- added Opus files support
- added "Retry" button to tag saving error message, so it is now possible to retry tag saving if file is locked by another application
- fixed bug in flac support when flac file is not reduced even with very big padding
- minor fixes
What is new in version 2.2:
- added support for DSD256
- fixed bug in big wav files support
- fixed bug in mp4 files support
What is new in version 2.1:
- added support for TRACKTOTAL and DISCTOTAL tag frames in Vorbis Comments (ogg/flac) tags
- fixed Comments column support in Windows Explorer
What is new in version 2.0:
- added multi files tag editor
- if file have only ID3v1 tag, AudioShell will show it data in tag editor window
- now file renaming work for files with only ID3v1 tag
- minor fixes