In this post, we have added some best free MP3 Tag Editor software for Windows 11/10 OS. If you have some MP3 files that contain empty or wrong metadata tags, then these tools can come in handy to fill or edit such tags. You can edit tags like ID3, iTunes, Vorbis Comments, etc., and fill in metadata details like album name, album year, genre, title, album artist, add comments, etc., for the input MP3 files.
Some of these MP3 tag editors also support other format audio files such as OGG, AAC, WMA, etc. While some tools provide basic features, others have some advanced options too.
Best free MP3 Tag Editor software for Windows 11
Here is a list of tools that we have covered to edit tags of MP3 audio files on your Windows 11/10 PC:
- Stamp ID3 Tag Editor.
Let’s have a look at these tools.
TagScanner is an advanced audio file tag editor tool for Windows 11. It is available in portable and installer versions. You can use it to edit WMA, APE (v1 and v2), ID3 (v1 and v2), MP4(iTunes), and Vorbis Comments’ tags. It lets you import FLAC, OGG, MP3, Opus, AAC, WAV, AIFF, TrueAudio, and other files to edit their tags.
It has some really interesting features that make it a good audio tag editor. Here are some of those features:
- You can import multiple audio files to edit their tags
- You can import album covers and audio file information from the MusicBrainz database or Discogs database
- Audio files can also be renamed by tags or file information
- Standard and Advanced metadata fields are available to add the information
- A built-in audio player is also there to listen to the input audio files
- The feature to export audio file information as CSV, HTML, XML, TXT, etc., is also available.
Grab this tool, launch it, and then drag n drop a music file folder to add input data. After that, use the menus available on the top part of its interface, and options related to the selected menu will be visible on the right section.
EasyTAG is an open-source audio file tag editor. It comes with the feature to edit MusePack tag, Ogg Vorbis tag, APE tag, ID3 tag, etc. This tool supports MP4, AAC, FLAC, MP2, MP3, etc., format audio files for editing the tags.
One of its useful features is that it comes with a navigation pane (with a tree view structure) that makes it easier to add audio files for editing their tags. You can use the navigation pane to select a folder and it will automatically fetch supported audio files from that folder and show the list of those files on the middle section. After that, you can select an audio file and then edit tag fields using the right section.
There are some other features present in this tool that you may find useful. For example, you can view selected audio file information (Bitrate, sample rate, size, duration, mode, etc.), use filename to automatically tag audio files, rename audio files using tags, generate a playlist, etc.
Grab this tool from wiki.gnome.org.
Mp3tag is one of the best tools for audio files. It lets you batch edit ID3v2.4, ID3v1, iTunes, Vorbis Comments, APE, ID3v2.3 tags, etc., for MP3 files. Apart from MP3, it supports AAC, MPC, WMA, WEBM, WAV, OGG, APE, FLAC, AIFF, and other format files.
This tool also lets you add cover art to your audio files. Moreover, to ease the work of adding tags to input files, it lets you import tags from freedb, MusicBrainz, Discogs, etc., databases. This is one of the useful features that you might like for sure. In addition to that, you can also export input files information as HTML, RTF, etc.
Once you have opened its interface, drag n drop a folder containing your audio files and the list of all those files will be visible on its right section. You will be able to see the file name, tag type, title, album name, etc. And, on the left section, you will have the required fields to edit the audio information of the selected file. Just start the editing part, use the available options, and save the output.
Metatogger is another helpful tool for editing MP3 tags and tags of other format audio files. It lets you add Opus, Ogg Vorbis, AAC, WMA, FLAC, and MP3 format files for metadata editing. Multiple audio files can be added at once for editing the tags.
This tool lets you edit tags manually or you can also get tags from the MusicBrainz database. The option to add a cover art manually or get covers from the MusicBrainz database is also there.
There are other good features also present. For example:
- Rename as well as sort audio files based on their tags
- A basic built-in player to play selected audio file
- Add tags from a file path or filename
You can download this tool from luminescence-software.org. Install and launch the tool and then drag n drop a folder containing your audio files.
Once the audio files are added, use the right section to edit the metadata. You can also use the left sidebar to use features like getting tags from MusicBrainz, rename audio files, etc.
5] Stamp ID3 Tag Editor
Stamp ID3 Tag Editor (basic free version) comes with a user-friendly interface. As its name indicates, this tool lets you edit ID3 tags of WMA, MP3, FLAC, OGG, and WAV audio files. This tool also comes with a navigation pane that helps you automatically add supported audio files from the selected folder.
A built-in audio player is also there that comes with basic playback controls like pause, stop, adjust volume, etc. Get this tool from nch.com. After installation, launch this tool and use the navigation pane to add audio files.
Once the audio files are added, select a file and then you will be able to fill or edit metadata fields using the bottom middle section of its interface. You can add artist, category, composer, comments, cover art, etc.
When you have edited the tags, click on the Stamp button to save the changes in your audio files.
What is the best free MP3 tag editor?
All the tools covered by us in this post are some good examples of the best free MP3 tag editor software for Windows OS. However, based on features, TagScanner is probably better than other tools. It has almost all the options that should be present in a free MP3 tag editor that can satisfy the requirements of a user.
How do I edit an MP3 tag?
There are multiple ways or options to edit an MP3 tag. For example, you can use one of the free MP3 tag editor tools that we have covered in this post above to add and edit basic to advanced metadata tags. And, if you are a VLC Media Player user, then you can also use VLC to edit audio or video metadata tags. Apart from that, you can also use File Explorer and Groove Music app to edit music metadata tags.
Hope this helps.