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When you have large music collections you might also have a problem managing them. This amazing piece of code is just the right thing for you, unless you do like having a genuine chaos in your files and folders and not finding your way among them.
FoxTag Editor is a wide ranging tag processor loaded with proficient features and an intuitive interface with well organized and clearly labeled icons. It has the ability to easily complete missing ID3 tag fields (by making use of parts of filenames and folder names ) such as: title, artist, album, year, genre, comments and virtually anything you can think of that might be useful in creating that perfectly tagged file.
However, in case the required information does not exist (meaning that, your files are named track01.mp3 and dont have any tags), FoxTag Editor is able to download ID3 tags from online services, like Amazon and FreeDB. The program allows you to export available tags for a backup or for additional processing, and import ID3 tags from a database using a CSV file (you have to be connected to the Internet).
You can use FoxTag Editor to create play lists, rename files, organize folders, export data to different formats, and a bunch of other handy features.
FoxTag Editors functionality is very extensive: you can edit files, play files, enqueue files in winamp, load pictures without even mentioning the options enabled when performing the actual tagging.
The program offers support for tags in MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV, FLAC, APE, WV, M4A, AAC, MPC files. As all files are worked with just the same you dont have to separate them. You may work with all supported formats at once.
What's New in this Release: Reduced CPU usage and new features added.
Link to FoxTag Editor sample code
Platform: WinXP,WinVista,WinVista x64,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,WinOther,Windows 8
Audio & Multimedia::Other
Date Added: Jan 23, 2013
Last check for an update: May 23, 2017
Last version date: Jan 29, 2016
Page Visit: 54
Malware Status: Not scanned yet