25 thoughts on “iTunesMatchAutoTagger – Automatically tag your audio library using iTunes Match”

  1. In french, you replace “Matched AAC audio file” by “Fichier audio AAC mis en correspondance” and it works.

    Thank you

  2. Just want to say Thank You.. this program works perfectly.

    Btw, just a small comment, I can’t find a way to maximize the program view screen after pressing the “+”. Also the drag to expand the screen size on the corner does work. Some of my song has really long name, and the program’s view screen doesn’t fit all the information.

    Other than that, everything is perfect! thank you again!

  3. Great application! Very useful when it finds the corrispondent metadatas!

    It would have been excellent if it could find ALL metadatas’ song…but I don’t know why…for most doesn’t work..

    any explication in order to let you fix this problem?

    Stefano from Italy.

    1. Ehm not properly, I was talking about “Matched” song (only matched song)

      Others, obviously, is not fair to mention them =D

      So, your program (as I said it’s very useful and great for me!) has problem in finding metadatas of several matched song… (the most)

      I mean…are there some criteria in your program in finding metadatas? or it just works comparing the ID ?!number?! of a song…? ecc ecc ??

      With this question we can learn if there are things that You could improve in the program, or, if We have to do something in order to make the job easier for your program, isn’t it? =)

  4. hi! thank you for this very nice app. it works perfect at my colleague macbook, but unfortunately it seems to not recognize my library – after scanning, the list is empty. i am wondering what the problem could be – match is activated of course.

  5. really really good app, works perfectly! Saved very much time – well done!
    Small request – any chance that individual tracks can be selected for matching and updating? As I add cd rips etc I appear to have to match the entire library again which takes about an hour and a half. A small price to pay for such a great app but wonder if this function might be added?
    Ta again!

    1. Hi Andy,

      thanks. I have some improvements in my mind, because I use it also for my library and I want to improve UX, “unfortunately” I’m involved in several projects and I don’t have so much time :)
      At the moment, you can unselect all song by clicking on the top of first column and select only the songs you want to match.

      Best
      Ivan

  6. The app doesn’t work with libarys on external hard drives.
    Atleast that’s what I figured out for my library, I have no clue what else could causing the app to not load my library.

  7. Hi Ivan,
    I just installed your application, but unfortunately doesn’t work. I downloaded the songs, I have the Itunes Library in the music folder, but my library is not seen by your app. Do I need also Xcode to install.
    Thanks

    1. Hi,
      is your library on an external hard drive?

      what is the status of the songs (column “kind”) in iTunes?
      Only song with status “Matched ACC audio file” can be matched.

      You do not need xCode…

  8. Thank you for the reply. The library is in the Music folder of a Fusion Drive. I just installed Mavericks with last iTunes version. I created a new itunes Library and downloaded all the matched songs (about 5700). As I open your application, Itunes is following, but the songs are not detected.

  9. Hey Ivan, sorry for the stupid question, but I have no idea how to use your tool.
    I downloaded the newest version, and I have matched ACC files from iTunes. So how can I use your tool? drag and drop or anything does not work.

    Thank you!

  10. Hi John,

    1. match your song and download the ACC version for iTunes Store (delete your local copy from iTunes and download it from iTunes Store). Column Kind should be ‘Matched ACC audio file’

    2 execute iTuneMatchAutoTagger and press play

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