If you are the owner of a large audio collection and like order and proper organization, the first thing you should take care of is tags. Properly filled tags help identify audio tracks in a vast array of files, navigate your collection in a more efficient way and get rid of duplicates scattered across multiple folders. However, if you have a really large music collection, you will definitely need a special tool for bulk renaming of files, convenient tag editing and playlist management.
123Tag is an easy to use application that greatly facilitates nearly all operations related to the management of your music collection, no matter how large it is. The program features a simple and an extended editor with rich functionality, supports automatic tag generation from file names, works with major audio formats, allows you to edit album art and do a whole lot more with your music. The list of supported audio formats includes MP3, WMA, MP4, M4A, M4B, M4P, M4V, 3GA, 3GP, AAC, APE, OGG Vorbis and FLAC. Not only will 123Tag help you edit tags in all of your collection, but also catalog it the right way and even generate flexible catalog reports in PDF and DOC formats. Every file in your collection can be played directly from the program thanks to a built-in audio player.
If you are looking for an affordable and easy to use tool for maintaining order in your growing music collection, try 123Tag. Offering dozens of handy features, it will save hours of your time and will make music management as easy as 1-2-3!
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