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    ID3 tag editor

    What's a good program for editing ID3 tags? I know there's one built into Winamp, but I want one with more functionality and the bility to do multiple files.
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    Talking

    This should help

    Tag & Rename is really good

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    yep, tag and rename is the best

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    I always use mp3-tag-studio 2.xx
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    I actually use CDn'Go Suite to rip MP3s and to edit ID3 Tags, works perfect for me (btw freeware). It allows you to lock a specific selection (like album) and all songs that you edit after it will have save that album as their own. Especially useful if you rip an album, all saved under the same directory. Anywya, here's a link:

    http://www.cdngo.com/
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