Mediags, UberFLAC v0.9.1

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Downloads: 98
Change Set: 3f45539253c5
Released: Dec 7, 2015
Updated: Dec 8, 2015 by Nongorilla
Dev status: Stable Help Icon


Application uberflac.exe
application, 88K, uploaded Dec 8, 2015 - 30 downloads
Application mediags.exe
application, 90K, uploaded Dec 8, 2015 - 24 downloads
Application FormatDomain.dll
application, 194K, uploaded Dec 8, 2015 - 24 downloads
Source Code Mediags-Source-v0.9.1.7z
source code, 234K, uploaded Dec 8, 2015 - 20 downloads

Release Notes

UberFLAC v0.9.1
  • Fixes DLL mismatch giving bogus loader error on NamingStrategy
  • Fixes aberrant behavior on extremely large .flac sample/frame number (support full 36-bit WTF-8)
  • Adds the switch /strategy:UnloadedAlbum
  • Adds detection of .flac tags with malformed UTF-8 encodings
  • Improves best fit mapping of file names characters to Windows-1252 code page clean
  • Reduces .NET 4.0 requirement to client profile
This release finishes the work on best fit mapping of file name characters to Windows-1252 code page clean values. Using data posted at, 967 alphabetic characters will be remapped by scrubbing their diacritics.

This release adds the switch /strategy:UnloadedAlbum. This strategy uses the tags EDITION, DISCNUMBER, SUBTITLE, RELEASE DATE as well as ALBUM & DATE to build a variant name. For more information, see UnloadedAlbum Naming Strategy.

Mediags v0.9.1
  • FLAC: Adds detection of tags with malformed UTF-8 encodings
  • FLAC: Adds reporting of the mysterious sample/frame number (use /g:Detail)


Download either mediags.exe or uberflac.exe. Either one will require the support library FormatDomain.dll so download it too. The uberflac.exe program requires the program flac.exe to be in your path. If the /rg switch is used, metaflac.exe is required too. Extract them from downloaded from here:

There is no installer, just copy the above files to a directory in your path. Execute from the command line. Use the switch /help to view syntax.

You may also create a desktop shortcut to mediags.exe or uberflac.exe and add the /k switch to the target in the shortcut properties dialog. Then drag and drop a directory from Explorer to the shortcut icon to invoke the program recursively on that directory. The /k switch instructs the program to wait for a keypress before exiting.

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