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Correct song titles listed as "Artist - Song Name"

Corrects selected tracks' Song Names which are in the format "Artist - Song Name", placing the info on either side of the " - " in the Artist and Song Name tags, respectively. For example, a Song Name of "Johnny Cash - Rusty Cage" would send "Johnny Cash" to the Artist tag and then truncate the Song Name to just "Rusty Cage". At launch it will ask for separator text, which by default is " - ".

Latest version:

  • November 17, 2010

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  • current version downloads: 14588 | total downloads: 31632
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Current v2.1

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