Tag Editor is a handy application that allows you to tag and rename audio files. The program's major asset lies in the ability to tag and change the name of multiple files at once. This way, your music collection will become a highly organized and easily searchable one.
Experienced users will find the interface relatively simple and easy to manage. However, beginners may need to explore the functions of this tool more carefully – once they learn the ropes of the program, they will acknowledge that it is a comprehensive tag-related utility, designed to organize their music library better.
Adding files is done easily, either by drag-and-drop or by browsing your computer and connected devices from within the application. Adding entire folders of files is supported – thus, the loading process takes but a short amount of time. Once the media files have been imported, you can edit, find, and replace tags of multiple files in one session. Modifying tags can be done both manually and automatically. You will appreciate the ability to unify cases, as well as to remove useless characters and spaces. The tags can be taken from the file or folder name, or loaded from the paths and network services. In addition, you have the ability to play selected audio files, so that you can be sure that you tagged them correctly.
The program is designed to manage large music collections easily. You can add up to 28 tags to your songs, which makes this app a quite comprehensive one. The spreadsheet-like window can be managed more conveniently by means of keyboard shortcuts.
- Customizes tags easily
- Can tag songs both manually and automatically
- Can load tags from networks
- Renames files in batches
- Helps you manage large music collections easily
- Plays audio files
- The keyboard shortcuts can't be changed