Seattle, Washington D.c. (PressExposure) October 29, 2007 -- Got a bunch of MP3 files with missing tags? Get 1st MP3 Tag Editor and get them filled in automatically, without lifting a finger. The program will connect to a database and import song name, album title and other tags based on track length, number of tracks and other properties (Internet connection required). Besides accessing FreeDB, the program is compatible with Amazon.Com services' so you can just enter the artist/band name and get names of all the tracks for a selected album. And this is just the start of 1st MP3 Tag Editor's cool features.
The core of the program is its MP3 editing options and its ability to rename files based on existing tag information. Because most aficionados have hundreds and thousands of tracks, this program comes with a wealth of batch processing options. The program can insert/delete/change tags for thousands of music files with just one mouse click. Similarly, the program can generate tags based on file names or location. It can also automatically create playlists. All these options free users from the drag of doing things manually by automating most common MP3 related tasks.
In addition to editing MP3 tags, the program can process Apple iTunes M4a, WMA, FLAC, OGG Vorbis, Musepack MPC, WAV, AAC, WavPack and APE tags. So if you are looking for an MP3 tagger and MP3 renamer, 1st MP3 Tag Editor is the way to go.