So, this is RealNetwork's version of TuneUp, except it's $10 dollars cheaper.
If I had a bad library, I might use this if it had any advantage over TuneUp but as it stands I don't think it is appealing enough.
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When ripping my CDs if EAC can't find the freeDB entry i usually edit them manually. Also i did this over a long period of time, each time i added a disc. I really never had a huge library of unnamed/metadata-less tunes, because i incrementally added discs. Also i think i would have preferred a Java aplication instead of Air if nothing native were available, if i would hypothetically use something like this.
Thanks for the review of Rinse, Ray!
My name is Kelly and I work on Rinse at RealNetworks. Feel free to email - I would be happy to answer any questions about Rinse you have. I hope your readers enjoy it!
I need this :), most if not all of my library is a mess... lol
Im a die hard Winamp fan, and theres plenty of open sourced plug-ins that will do this for free.
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Me too, I love the skins that are available. This program is cool though. I use itunes at work but I wouldn't all my library a mess because it's missing pictures.
Now you're just mashing it!
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