Update: beaTunes 5.0.4
Today's update addresses a couple of nuisances, like a too small speaker icon, issues with inline BPM editing, etc. Furthermore, it contains some of changes that are supposed to make things run more smoothly, if you happen to have a large library (at least 10,000 songs—see also this post).
Because it has been requested independently by multiple people, I have added a field containing the date of the last analysis. This should make it easier to selectively analyze songs, based on when you last analyzed them. Note that this field does not indicate which analysis task you ran—just that you analyzed something. Initially this fields is empty, because beaTunes did not keep track of when you analyzed your songs prior to version 5.0.4. Also new in this version is the description field. It's the equivalent of the ID3 subtitle frame. If you are using an iTunes-based collection, please be aware that this field is not automatically read from iTunes, because iTunes does not seem to export it to its
iTunes Library.xml file. If you want to populate it for specific, selected files, you might want to use
Refresh from File.
As always, you can download the new version from the download section of the website.
Changes in 5.0.4
- Fixed ignore Amazon album version solution.
- Fixed "Play in [preferred player]" not showing up in context menu.
- Fixed database update for very large BPM values.
- Fixed inline BPM editor for tempi without relative salience.
- Fixed potential NPE in artwork inspector solution.
- Fixed potential infinite loop in BPM detection for very short files.
- Added field description.
- Added field for last analysis date.
- Increased size of speaker icon for currently playing song.
- Decreased time to analysis start (sending data to server).
- Improved error reporting for elevation errors on Windows.
- Improved performance.
- Updated built-in Discogs database.
- Updated to JRuby 126.96.36.199.
- Updated to Groovy 2.4.12-indy.
- Updated to Hibernate 5.1.9.
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