How to use MediaTag to edit music file information

    The media file always comes with detailed information about the artist's name, album, file size or additional thumbnails of the file. And if you want, you can completely change any information of media files with the MediaTag application.

    Accordingly, the application supports editing information for file formats including ASF, MP3, M4V, MP4 / M4A, WAV, WMA, FLAC, OGG. The supported information is modified and changed including the order number of the file, title, artist, album, music genre, year of release and additional information depending on the user input. This makes it easier for users to manage videos or music files, when entering information according to their needs. The following article will guide you how to use the MediaTag application on Windows 10.

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    Guide to changing video and audio information on MediaTag

    Step 1:

    Users download MediaTag application for Windows 10 according to the link below.

    Download the Windows 10 MediaTag application

    Install the application

    Step 2:

    Interface of the application as shown below. The items are divided into sections that make it easy to use.
    Application interface



    Step 3:

    In the Files section we click on the Open icon to open the file to edit the information.
    Open music file



    Display the folder on the computer so that the user selects the media folder to edit the information. Soon the music files in the folder display in the MediaTag application. Select the file to proceed with editing. If you want to remove the file from the list, click Remove.
    Show music file list



    Step 4:

    If you click the Tag to file name icon, the user has the option to rename the file one or more files. However, you should edit each file to write file information as you like.
    Edit multiple file names



    Step 5:

    Re-open the application's menu interface, click the Edit button to edit the file.

    Edit file


    Display interface Convert Case to let us enter new information for file file. At this interface, users enter new information or change information with the order (Track number), title (Title), artist (Artist), album name (Album), genre (Genre), year of release or production (Year), more information (Comment).

    Change file information


    Also at this interface, users can change the cover image for media files . We click on the plus sign icon to select a new one. The application supports JPG, JPEG, PNG image formats, no size limit, so users can choose the images they like. However, if the image is large, it will affect the speed when saving.

    Change photo


    After changing the new information, click Apply changes button then click Save button to save.

    Save changes


    Step 6:

    Check each file and click on Renumber to change the order for media files. The order we select will affect the application numbering.



    Next we enter the serial number into Begin at the track number and then click Apply Changes to save it.

    Enter the order number


    Step 7:

    Next, select the music file and click Convert Case to change the font in the title of the media file.

    Change font style


    Switch to the new interface, users proceed to change the font style in each item including Title, Album, Artist, Genre, Comment with typeface sentence case (initial capital letters), lower case (lowercase all text), upper case (all uppercase letters), title case (initial capital of each word), no change (no change). After changing, click Apply Changes to save.

    The other two items are Replace String to change the string and Text to tags string to label the file.

    Choose a new font


    MediaTag application provides a lot of information customization items for media files. You are given the choice to change your information to manage media files more easily.

    I wish you all success!

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