Tagger is a free metadata editor for MP3 files, or any other type of multimedia file that can host an ID3v2 format tag.
Add an album cover, musician credit list, custom comments, and tons of other information to your MP3, with only a few clicks.
Tagger supports embedding all the frames specified in the ID3v2.3 and ID3v2.4 standards, as well as the ID3v1.1 tag.
Here are some of Tagger's features:
* Compatibility mode for players that do not strictly follow ID3 standards * Drag-and-drop image adding * Batch mode saving/renaming/moving * Customizable tabs, allowing you to select and see only the frames you most often work with * Extremely simple interface, without unnecessary or complicated commands * Consists of a single executable, requires no installation
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