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TagScanner 5.0.525

by James 13 December 2008 One Comment

Overview
TagScanner is a freeware tag editor for your music files. It supports MP3, OGG, Musepack, Monkey’s Audio, FLAC, AAC, OptimFROG, SPEEX, WavePack, TrueAudio, WMA, MP4 files.

Review

You already know that managing the music that you have on your CDs and hard disks is almost impossible without a tag editor. There are quite a few programs that can help you with this, including some of the most popular audio players. But when it comes to specialized tag editors TagScanner might be the one for you.

 

TagScanner screenshot

TagScanner screenshot

TagScanner is a powerful multifunction freeware program: it can play your audio files, but that’s not its main purpose. It can generate tag information from filenames, rename files based on the tag information, and you can search for album information via online databases like freedb or Amazon. It also features a playlist maker with the possibility to export your playlist to Excel files or HTML. As for tags, it supports ID3v1, ID3v2, Vorbis comments, APEv2, WindowsMedia and MP4(iTunes) tags.

Version Tested

5.0.525

Author

X Development

Operating System

Windows 2000, XP, Vista

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Summary

 Multifunctional, fully featured and easy to use.

 Does not support drag and drop.

Rating

Verdict

TagScanner is a very good freeware program and I wish that it will stay free from now on. It simply can do anything that you would want to do with your music files tags.

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If you have any trouble with this software just leave a comment, I’ll help you out! If you know better free programs in the same category, please let me know!

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