This tutorial explains how easily you can edit audio tags with just couple of clicks.
We all have seen music information (called ID3 tags) in media players and juke box applications, portable music players, iPods and cellular phones. Those are some information about title, artist, album, genre, year, and music cover art. But what if we don't like them or would like to edit those ID3 tags? What if we like to replace cover art with the one we love most?
DJ Audio Editor is your answer, it has a built-in audio tag editor to help you add tags including title, artist, album, genre, and year to your music or edit current audio tags easily. Even add, remove or replace cover art to organize your music collection.
Open Program4Pc Audio Editor and click the Open button to select audios for editing and they will appear in the list of source files. Or just drag and drop audio files into the program.
Step 3: Edit Audio ID3 Tags
Select your audio file from the list and click the File menu on top left corner of Audio Editor interface to open the drop-down menu and choose Tag/ Info... menu item.
Step 4: Edit Audio ID3 Tags
In the new window, add, remove or edit audio file information including title, artist, album, year, genre, copyright, and composer. Remove or replace cover art, even save it on your computer for your archive. Also add your personal comment to the music and create a very personalized audio file.
Step 5: Save Edited Audio Files
Now it's time to save your edited audio with new or modified ID3 tags, click the Save button and select the audio format from the list. Click on Preset drop-down menu to expand the preset list and choose one that best suits your needs.
Finally click Save and choose the folder in which to place the edited file.
It is simple as 1-2-3. Now you know how to edit audio tag with ease! Now, whenever you want to change or add ID3 tags to audio file, just run Program4Pc DJ Audio Editor and repeat these steps.