Zortam Mp3 Media Studio 22.00 (Apr 03, 2017)
We have significantly improved the application performance.
– improved auto tagging performance
– paste image from clipboard and set it is as album art
– replace entirely or part of the string in tag
Zortam Mp3 Tag Editor for Android v 1.0
Download Zortam Mp3 Tag Editor for Android from Google Play.
Zortam Mp3 Tag Editor for Android is ID3 tag editor which uses Zortam database and other music on-line services to automatically download cover art, lyrics and other Mp3 metadata and tag them into your Mp3 files.
Application also ads lyrics into your Mp3 files, removes existing cover artwork, support batch auto tag processing which automatically adds album art and lyrics to your Mp3 files.
You can add or change all your tags in integrated ID3 Tag Editor, choose album artwork from the Internet or Photo Gallery, Play songs, and much more.
Zortam Mp3 Media Studio 21.75 (Feb 15, 2017)
We have significantly improved the application skin support.
Now program supports any Windows msstyles files themes for any version of Windows.
You may change theme in [Options] – [Skin] section.
By default application skin is set to Studio ([APP_FOLDER]\Styles\studio.mssytles)
You can download from internet additional skins in msstyles format.
Zortam Mp3 Media Studio 21.60 (Jan 03 2017)
– redesigned internal Mp3 player
Zortam Mp3 Media Studio 21.50 (Dec 21 2016)
– added mp3 player tollbar
Zortam Mp3 Media Studio 21.35 (Nov 25 2016)
– redesigned ID3v2 window for better screen visibility
– added option to use Zortam Mp3 Player or any other Mp3 player that support m3u playlists
– added rename
Zortam Mp3 Media Studio 21.10 (Sep 07 2016)
– added rename file edit box in ID3v2 dialog
– added auto tag dialog to the Options dialog ( How to set auto tag parameters )
– added file modified column to the list
Zortam Mp3 Media Studio 21.00 (Aug 24 2016)
– added YouTube To Mp3 Downloader (Converter) with embedded YouTube search.
How to use YouTube To Mp3 Converter
– improved mp3 list control refreshing
– released Zortam Mp3 Player 10 external and internal
– main menu redesigned, added convertor section in main menu.
Every obsessive digital music collector feels a warm sense of pride knowing that his vast library of MP3s is tidy and well-tagged.
While the most recent release of iTunes featured the player’s most robust song file tag-editing capability to date, there are still many other options available for managing a music collection. In fact, anyone who rips CDs outside of iTunes, downloads songs from Russian MP3 sites or — gasp — doesn’t own an iPod would find a viable alternative to Apple Computer’s media player quite welcome.
Many lesser-known music library managers simply offer more tagging features than iTunes, such as the ability to obtain artist biographies, automatically retrieve album art from a variety of sources and even fetch song lyrics.
Wired News has assembled some of the best and most popular stand-alone ID3 tag editors for this review. Before we get started, here’s a quick primer on what ID3 tags are and what these editors do.
Your music files’ metadata — song title, artist name and so on — is stored in a tiny companion file called an ID3 container. Two standards of ID3 exist, and some tag editors feature tools to smoothly migrate from the older ID3v1 tag standard to the newer ID3v2 standard. While ID3v1 only allowed fields for title, artist, album, a brief comment, year and a mere 80 different genres, ID3v2 expanded support to include album art, beats-per-minute data, lyrics and other arbitrary text. ID3v2 also added UTF-8 support, so you can be sure that Björk’s umlaut shows up properly.
All of the editors we reviewed support MP3, but a number also support other codecs such as Ogg Vorbis, FLAC lossless audio, Microsoft’s WMA format and the emerging AAC standard. The different tag editors also gather metadata — typically from freedb or Amazon.com — with varying levels of efficiency.
We’ll begin with Windows software, then look at Mac and Linux options.
Zortam ID3 Tag Editor
The Zortam ID3 Tag Editor, in addition to having a name that sounds like a rejected Superman villain, has one of the busier interfaces in the lineup. Zortam displays a folder list, media library window, track listing and ID3v2 and ID3v1 windows. While the complicated controls enable one to find the more difficult stuff like cover art, song lyrics and even editorial reviews from Amazon, the hefty interface works against the user too often. The simple act of editing a solitary tag involves too many right-clicks and checkboxes.
Batch editing works as expected, and Zortam will even try to construct tags for you by parsing songs’ file names. Automation is limited to cover art and lyric retrieval, so you’ll have to enter things like the year of release manually. Zortam can do plenty of tricks, like convert ID3v1 tags to ID3v2, but the developers should get the more practical automation tools nailed down before adding more advanced features.