With Mp3TagsForTracks you can easily and reliably organize your Mp3 music collection with additional information (so-called ID3 tags). For example, you can access the appropriate album cover, artist and song name.
Version: 2.4.1Mp3TagsForTracks is an intuitive program that helps you to store additional information directly in the audio file. As format for this information, Mp3TagsForTracks uses ID3.
Operating System: Windows
This allows programs on all devices (PC, Smartphone, TV, ...) to access and view these metadata. Of course, there are already some editors for editing the ID3 tags.
However, these programs for setting the metadata require many manual steps, which automates Mp3TagsForTracks to get a result more quickly. The automatic volume control is performed by Mp3TagsForTracks directly when the song is saved. So each of your songs is at the same volume level without the need for an additional program.
In addition, the song files of the Mp3 file can be retrieved automatically (if available) or re-adjusted.
These, like the other metadata, are stored directly in the audio file and can be displayed by popular players (e.g., Windows Media Player).
With Mp3TagsForTracks you save a lot of time and can profit from an organized music collection.
Version 2.4.1: - There were some encoding problems when searching for songs with some special chars (cyrillic, chinese, ...) - Fix a problem when the song search does not return a result. - The message service has been improved. We display if necessary important messages on start of Mp3TagsForTracks.
Version 2.3.0: - The performance of the song lyric search has been improved - The size of the dialog boxes will now be adjusted according to the text. - When changing the directory the reading of files has been speed up and the visualization has been improved.
Version 2.1.1: - Better lyric tagging of the songs - Fix a bug that the language cannot be changed during run-time - Improvements in the album search - You can choose now between a light and dark theme - File can now also saved with two digits track number, so that the operating system and media player sort th