Pop quiz: What's the difference between ID3v1 and ID3v2? And don't say "one." The reason we're asking is simply to help you decide if you need an advanced ID3 tag editor such as Hanso Tagger. Suppose we rephrase the question: Do you have any MP3s? If so, then you have ID3 tags, which are the metadata saved with each file: artist, title, album, time, and so on. ID3v1 saves basic data. ID3v2, which is incompatible with ID3v1, is the "new" format (since 1998). It saves more stuff, such as album art, but it'… Read more
Zortam Mp3 Media Studio is an all-in-one program for managing your MP3 collection, editing song tags, searching for and adding lyrics and cover art, and much more. It accesses and edits a lot more information about your MP3s, including ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags. It's freeware, but when you install it, you actually get the Pro version, which is shareware. If you don't buy the Pro version, it reverts to the standard program after a three-day trial period. But some of the Pro features we can live without or already have tools for, such as Normalization, CD Ripper, and … Read more
The Internet is full of interesting things. Because of this, it's likely that you bookmark Web sites so you can easily find them later. Unfortunately, if you bookmark too many, it can be easy to lose track of each one.
If you're a Chrome user, Bookmarks Tagger has your bookmark organization needs covered. With this extension you can add tags to each bookmark making it easier to find. Using tags is a more efficient way to locate what you're looking for, especially in the case of Web sites having names that are long or unrelated to their … Read more
The rampant sharing of photos via social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter has led to instances when looking for a specific image from a collection of pictures can become a daunting task. This is where software such as JPhotoTagger Portable from Elmer Baumann is designed to help you manage and find images fast.
JPhotoTagger Portable's interface can seem intimidating at first but the application is relatively easy to understand. It uses metadata, including keywords, descriptions, and locations, stored within a specific image. Adding and editing tags is made easier with auto-complete, which presents options as soon as … Read more
We all goof, but we don't all do it as visibly as CNET TV star and executive editor Molly Wood, nor do we often relish fessing up. Molly does both with wit, charm, and FotoTagger, a handy digital-photography freeware tool for annotating digital photos via movable captions.
Read Molly's hilarious confession, Anatomy of a Buzz Report screwup, to see why FotoTagger has become her "new favorite thing." While you're at it, try it out.