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codevisions is a label for freeware software coined at the end of the 1990s by me and Stefan Becker. It has basically released a number of tools for editing and or managing MP3 music files (see below).

The tools are not any more supported since the year 2000. However, most of them are still operational for most purposes. Please do not report any further bugs, as most of them are well known.



Note that most of the following tools are not actively maintained since 2000 (!). However, they should do no harm and work in most cases up to Windows XP. Note that most tools will definetly not work 100% properly under Windows Vista.

MP3-related tools

Name Version Language Description Screenshots Download
MP3 Lister 4.1 en/de MP3 Lister can create custom styled MP3-lists tbd. [1] (329kb)
MP3 Splitter 2.0 en/de MP3 Splitter can cut your MP3-files. tbd. [2] (302kb)
MP3 Renamer 1.1 en MP3 Renamer renames your MP3s ID3-Tags (v1) to filename. tbd. [3] (501kb)
QuickEditor 4.0 en/de QuickEditor is a basic ID3-Tag (v1) editor. tbd. [4] (303kb)
MP3 Checker 2.0 en/de MP3 Checker can test your files if they are MP3. tbd. tbd. (278kb)
MP3 Debugger 1.0 en MP3 Debugging utility - internal use only - -
MP3 Library - en/de Devlopment has been termineted... - -
MP3 CoverGenerator - en/de Devlopment has been termineted... - -

Further tools



see codevisions/Awards

Support (Bugs reports , feature requests and further development)

As noted above, codevisions was a spare time project which basically terminated operations back in 2000! I will not give any support and I will not fix any bugs or add any new features to the existing tools.

Thus, reporting bugs/feature requests might not be worthwhile (anyway, after some 8 year, fairly all bugs were somehow reported once...

Most oft the tools are written in Delphi/Pascal. If you are familiar with this environment, if you do not fear roughly old code and if you are determined to improve/adapt the existing tools I might be willing to hand out source code under an Open Source license.


The software described on these pages is provided as is without warranty of an kind, either kind, either expressed or implied. The entire risk as to the quality and performance of the software is with you. Should the software prove defective, you assume the cost of all necessary servicing, repair, or correction. In no event shall the author, copyright holder, or any other party who may redistribute the software be liable to you for damages, including any general, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of the use or inability to use the software (including, but not limited to, loss of data, data being rendered inaccurate, loss of business profits, loss of business information, business interruptions, loss sustained by you or third parties, or a failure of the software to operate with any other software) even if the author, copyright holder, or other party has been advised of the possibility of such damages.


We would like to thank the following people:

  • Kajetan Kazimierczak, who helped us out with the mpeg specs in the whole beginning
  • Tric, who was hosting our bulletin board for quite some time
  • Maik Porkert, author of the FlatStyle components for Delphi
  • - crew, for their support and idea with the map&guide plugins
  • CharleyK - our betatester #1
  • and all people who helped improving our tools with their ideas & suggestions!