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QuicktagAboutQuicktag makes it easy to read the metadata of popular fileformats. It tries to present a simple library interface which you can easily integrate into your own code. Quicktag is programmed in C++. FeaturesQuicktag is small and young, yet it can already do a lot! It can succesfully read the most common tags from the following formats: MP3 (id3v1, id3v2.3 and id3v2.4) OGG MP4 (mp4, m4a, etc.) WMA \t The tags it curently returns include: Track Title Album Artist Disc number Year Number
puddletag is an audio tag editor for GNU\\Linux similar to the Windows program Mp3tag. Unlike most GNU/Linux taggers, it uses a spreadsheet-like layout so that all the tags you want to edit by hand are visible and easily editable. The usual tag editor features are supported like extracting tag information from filenames, renaming files based on their tags by using patterns (that you define. Not crappy, uneditable ones). Then there're functions, which can do things like replace text, trim, change
PsyncoThe problemIf you, like me, have several mp3 players you might be having issues deciding what music to keep on what player. The mp3 players having different capacity doesn't help. Myself, I got a pmp (a Zen with 16GB of storage), a phone (with 4GB of storage) and a GPS with a leftover 1GB SD card. The solutionspsynco helps you. You create dot-files in each folder you want synchronized. You might create a .pmpsync in each folder you want to exist on your pmp and a .gpssync in the folders yo