MP3Gain Express for macOS
v2.0.1 (Using MP3Gain 1.5.2 with AACGain 1.9) -- 2017-06-23
- Bug fixed: When using Album gain, the volume change was applied to the first file twice.
- Bug fixed: Fixed crash on launch if using OS X 10.10 and dark mode was enabled. The window style used by dark mode was not added until OS X 10.11, so MP3Gain now only matches the menu bar style if running on OS X 10.11 or later.
v2.0 (Using MP3Gain 1.5.2 with AACGain 1.9) -- 2017-06-18
- Added Album Gain support.
- Added AACGain (.m4a / .mp4 audio) support.
- Added multi-threaded processing to process multiple files at once. To accomplish this, the backend has been replaced and AACGain is now executed using separate processes in the background.
- Added a warning message for new users.
- Added a preferences dialog with the following options:
- You can specify how many files are processed concurrently. This defaults to 4 on any machine with 4 or more cores, otherwise it defaults to 2. The maximum that this can be set to is the number of logical cores in your machine.
- The last used volume settings can be saved. This is enabled by default.
- Check for updates can now be enabled or disabled.
- Failures when processing no longer display an error dialog. Instead the file list will indicate bad files after all files have been processed.
- When using dark mode on macOS 10.10 or later, the MP3Gain Express UI will also be dark to match.
- New icons that match the flat style of macOS 10.10 and above.
- Added validation to the volume setting, so users do not enter a value that would definitely produce a bad file.
- This version fixes a crash on application startup when using the macOS 10.13 High Sierra developer beta and "Check for updates" is enabled.
- Note: This release is a 64-bit application and it should continue to work when Apple removes support for 32-bit apps from macOS in 2019.
v1.2 (Based on MP3Gain 1.5.2) -- 2014-11-09
- You can now drag and drop files or folders into the list to add them.
- Now requires OS X 10.7 or later.
v1.1.1 (Based on MP3Gain 1.5.2) -- 2013-02-02
- Automatic update was not working correctly using the old signing keys. Generated new ones, which should allow future releases to update correctly.
v1.1 (Based on MP3Gain 1.5.2) -- 2013-02-01
- Bug fixed: When processing files with long path names, the files may become corrupted. Note: Backing up your files before processing them is always a suggested practice until you're comfortable that the application is working correctly for you.
- The Add Folder feature can now look inside subfolders, the number of folders deep is selectable.
- A "Prevent Clipping" checkbox has been added. If checked and increasing the volume of a file would cause clipping, this will automatically use the highest volume before clipping would occur.
- Added undo feature, which allows restoring a file with gain applied back to its original volume. This feature is found under the menu next to the apply button.
v1.0.2 (Based on MP3Gain 1.5.2) -- 2012-08-24
- Bug fixed: Gain was always being applied at 89dB, ignoring the value entered by the user.
- The application is now localized into Spanish. This translation was provided by Emilio Pérez Egido.
- Added automatic update feature.
v1.0.1 (Based on MP3Gain 1.5.2) -- 2012-08-14
- Bug fixed: Folder and file names containing foreign characters would cause Mp3gain to stop processing and not handle any further files.
v1.0 (Based on MP3Gain 1.5.2) -- 2012-01-08
- Initial release. Supports Analyze and Apply Track Gain.