Sometimes we find that mp3 songs in a newly purchased CD or DVD are not having proper names like Upper Case, Lower Case, Numbers, Title etc. in the display of music system or mobile phone. Actually the ID3 tag of those MP3 files are not correct and that’s why you see those irregular or unorganized names and details. There are free tools for Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems to edit those ID3 tags of mp3 files so that they will have proper names, title, album detail, Singer details etc. information about that song. Some tools can edit tags of songs stored in Amazon like online portals. Here is a list of tools for this purpose.
To edit the ID3 tag of Mp3 songs, you just need to install any of these small software on your computer and run the installed program. Now select the songs or locate the folder where those original songs are located and then run the edit ID3 tag program for those songs. As program can’t write on CD and DVD, so you will have to copy those songs on the hard disk and then locate the folder from hard disk to edit those tags for songs.[recommended]You may like: Bollywood Full Length Movies Available on YouTube for Free[/recommended]
[ad id=’7′ style=’float:left;margin:10px 10px 10px 0′]1. Mp3Tag – It can also rename the files as per the new tags. That means, now your files will also have proper names and that will help you in browsing those sings and finding one. It works on Windows 7, XP, Vista, 2003.
2. Foobar200 – It is an audio player for Windows operating system. But it is also having option to edit the ID3 tags of MP3 files.
3. ID3 – TagIT – It is a discontinued program for editing the ID3 tag of MP3 files but still it works on Windows platforms like Windows 7, Windows XP, Vista etc.
4. TagScanner – Another program to edit, organize and manage your music collection. Apart from local stored songs, you can edit tags of online databases like freedb or Amazon. Supports ID3v1, ID3v2, Vorbis comments, APEv2, WindowsMedia and MP4(iTunes).
5. EasyTAG – This is another popular tag editing software for Windows and Linux computers. It can edit tags for MP3, MP2, MP4/AAC, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, MusePack, Monkey’s Audio and WavPack files.
Mac users can install MusicBrainz Picard which is a free tool for editing ID3 tags of songs on Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems. Mac users can also try TuneUp software which is a paid application for this purpose.
Once you will edit the tags of mp3 songs, you will definitely see change in your music collection library. That will look more organized, structures and easy to access. Let us know which is your favorite ID3 tagger for your music collection.