Hanso Tagger


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Hanso Tagger is a “must” audio tool for the keen music listener created as a convenient solution for organizing vast music collections. The program was thought out as a complex, yet, easy to use, tagging tool to help you avoid misplacing music files or having a hard time managing your music preferences.

Hanso Tagger’s tag processing capabilities cover far-reaching needs and are easily accessible to all-range users. Using an easy-to-work-with interface, Hanso Tagger carries out a bunch of various tasks – it fills in missing ID3 tag fields like title, artist, album, genre, year using portions of filenames, downloads ID3 tags via popular services like Amazon and FreeDB, exports available tags for a backup or additional processing, imports ID3 tags from a database through a CSV file (for this, Internet connection is required).

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The range of formats supported by Hanso Tagger is very large (MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV, FLAC, APE, WV, M4A, AAC, MPC) and the program makes possible working simultaneous with all of them. For needs involving creating playlists, renaming files, sorting out folders, exporting info to multiple formats and more, Hanso Tagger is one of the best available solutions – tasks such as editing files, playing files, enqueuing files in winamp, loading images are made extremely easy and enjoyable.

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