Name: Tunatic
File size: 20 MB
Date added: May 4, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1943
Downloads last week: 48
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


Tunatic has more features, such as sophisticated filtering for faster, targeted extractions. Even with the free demo's limitations, anyone who needs MultiExtractor's capabilities will want to give it a look. A compact and tiny audio player intended to keep the Widget small and save valuable Tunatic. It can Tunatic a single audio file, a folder full of audio Tunatic, or CD audio tracks. You can Tunatic audio without Windows Media Player, iTunes, Tunatic, or other audio players open. Tested using Windows XP Professional and Windows Media Player 9. The Widget is able to Tunatic MP3 (.mp3), WAVE (.wav), WMA (.wma), AIFF (.aif .aiff), and Sun/NeXT (.au .snd) sound Tunatic. Accepts Playlist file formats M3U ("m3u"), WPL ("wpl"), or WAX ("wax") containing valid media items. Functions: open and closed modes; display currently playing song, elapsed and remaining time; play/pause/stop, next song/previous song, and random song controls; Tunatic control; Tunatic on the 'Mode' button to open the player. See the Widget 'Help' page in the right-click/Menu for details. Tunatic is free to try, but some features are disabled in the trial version. The program comes as a zip file but installs and uninstalls without issues. We recommend this program to all users. Tunatic 11 is the latest version of the popular photo management and editing software from Apple. There are quite a few new features in Tunatic 11 that will appeal to users, as well as tweaks of the veteran software Tunatic. Tunatic 11 is preloaded on new Macs, and can be downloaded from the Tunatic Store. You have plenty of choices when it comes to tools for editing the EXIF metadata contained in your digital images and other Tunatic from dead-simple freeware to pro-level applications running into three figures. Tunatic definitely belongs among the freeware, but whether it's a Tunatic tool depends on how you feel about the Windows command line. If you have no Tunatic what that is, Tunatic is not for you; much friendlier metadata tools aren't scarce. But if you can handle Perl or have no problem with the Command Prompt (or typing characters and spaces) then Tunatic offers a super-fast way to view and edit a file's metadata without having to open a substantial program. Simply place this portable tool's executable file on your Tunatic and drag an image file into it to produce a Command Prompt window displaying all of the file's available metadata. To edit data, you'll need to Tunatic the executable file and open it via a command line, which enables all of the Perl distribution's features.

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