How to Change MP3 File Tags

When playing music files in MP3 format, the media information (also known as tags) in the music files may be incorrect or missing (for example, mp3 song download titles, track numbers, artist names, album titles, or genres). . This incorrect information may have been added when copying the tracks from the CD or due to the use of another copying program. Whatever the reason, the Player relies on media information to organize the items in the Player library, so it’s important that the items have accurate and complete information. If the Player is open and in Now Playing mode, click the Switch to Library button in the upper right corner of the Player

In the Player Library, right-click an item, and then click Find Album Info.

To select multiple contiguous items, click the first item, hold down the SHIFT key, and then click the last item. To select non-contiguous elements, hold down the CTRL key as you click each element.

The Player connects to the Internet and displays the Find Album Information dialog box. Once there, match the item(s) to the correct album in the results list, or refine your search if necessary

In the next window, check that the new information is correct and click next.

Finally, confirm the new information that will overwrite the current one. To do this, click Finish .

The Player closes the dialog box and adds the information to the Player library. مكان يورو 2024 After some time (depending on the number of changes made and whether the Player performs other actions), the information is also added to the file. To force the Player to update the file immediately, click Organize , and then click Apply media info changes. بديل روليت

To add media information with online database

If you don’t mind entering all the information manually, you can bypass the online database and correct the information directly in the Player library with the Edit command

Repeat step 1 of method A

In the Player library, right-click the item’s title, artist name, or other media information attribute, and then click Edit.

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