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Author Topic: LINUX: Mp3tag equivalent finally arrives on Linux  (Read 7132 times)

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LINUX: Mp3tag equivalent finally arrives on Linux
« on: 26. December 2011., 08:33:13 »
To those who use mp3tag on Windows but couldn't find alternative on Linux?
Well here is the good news!

Visit here to skip the intro: http://puddletag.sourceforge.net/

The developer of puddletag felt the need for an alternative just like mp3tag on Linux and written one that works similar to mp3tag. I often use mp3tag to edit mp3 files that I've downloaded or simply replace album arts. It is a very easy-to-use and powerful audio file tag editor and even CD players on cars can display the tags properly (when edited using iTunes it doesn't work).

So check out puddletag and see how it compares to mp3tag ;D

Eric.
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LINUX: Mp3tag equivalent finally arrives on Linux
« on: 26. December 2011., 08:33:13 »




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Re: LINUX: Mp3tag equivalent finally arrives on Linux
« Reply #1 on: 26. December 2011., 08:58:38 »
Thanks for tip pal...  :up:

 

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