mp3Tag Pro offers you all the utilities you need to keep your music collection neatly organized. Either by using the information stored in the track’s filename or by querying the most comprehensive online databases and retailers, this program can fill in all the blanks in your music files’ metadata automatically. It supports all versions of ID3 tags, as well as all the most widely used tagged audio formats, such as MP3, FLAC, Ogg, WMA, APE, or WAV.
In order to help you browsing your music collection, the program will use a color code to classify your music files by type. Together with the tags already present in your audio files, the program can also show you detailed information about their audio properties (duration, bit rate, frequency rate, encoder, etc.) and the files attached to them (lyrics and pictures, mainly). With this information, you may decide to update their tags or simply create new ones from scratch. And now is when this program shows all its beauty.
mp3Tag Pro comes with a wide array of options for you to import the tags you need for your music files in a simple and automatic way. First, you can use information already contained in the track's filename, provided that these filenames have been built in a consistent manner and following certain rules. Failing this, you can then rely on the information stored in the most prestigious online music databases, such as MusicBrainz, Discogs, and FreeDB. Alternatively, you can try and import your tags from a variety of Amazon sites. Last but not least, you can also import your tags from CSV and TSV text files - again, data need to have been stored into these files in a consistent and coherent way for the program to read the right tag and write it on the right field.
Either way, you can complete the information provided by the tags with some nice and useful extras, such as lyrics and cover scans. Existing tags can also be saved, exported, and used to create playlists with your favorite tracks. Tags can also be used to create new or substitute already existing filenames.
The possibilities are manifold. The tools and the functionality are there - all you need now is to find some time to put your music collection in order. In the meantime, you can always download mp3Tag Pro's trial and start getting familiar with it.