MP3 Tag Editor is not just yet another music file tag editor. It is a powerful music collection organizer, audio file search system, personal DJ and more.
MP3 Tag Editor is a great tool for editing data tags in sound files of any format. You can work with several files simultaneously or change the tags for all files in a selected folder at once.
MP3 Tag Editor is well-suited for bringing order to folders containing hundreds of music files. The program can download audio track data (author, album, date, genre etc.) from the FreeDB online database. Thus, each file in your music collection will contain full information about its content. MP3-tag can rename files and folders according to specified rules using the tag information, so that all music files will have standard names to guarantee order and convenience.
In addition, MP3 Tag Editor can create playlists for use by software and music players - a great solution for compiling background music, an audio disk for a car, a party disk or even a radio broadcast. Also, MP3-tag can find music files on your system according to tags you specify and control WinAmp directly from the program.
MP3 Tag Editor's unique feature is a mass search for albums in the Internet. If you have albums of your favorite artists on your computer, MP3-tag will detect them and prompt you to download tags for all tracks at once - a very useful function for true audiophiles. It will let you bring order to your huge music collection with a few mouse clicks.
MP3 Tag Editor features an easy-to-use explorer-like interface and flexible configuration options that make it convenient and easy to use for both newbies and professional music editors alike.
What's New in this Release: Windows 7 compatibility
Link to MP3 Tag Editor sample code
Platform: WinXP,WinVista,WinVista x64,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Win2000,WinServer,Win98,WinME
License: Free To Try
Audio & Multimedia::Other
Date Added: Oct 30, 2006
Last check for an update: Sep 23, 2016
Last version date: Jul 13, 2011
Page Visit: 90
Malware Status: Clean
Scan Date: Apr 08, 2008