An MP3 file is an audio file format used on PC and Macintosh computers as well as in MP3 players.It allows files to be small in size without sacrificing sound quality of songs and other audio.Edit the fields for Artist, Year, Album Artist, and Album only. Then Copy the entire Album folder and paste it somewhere else 10.The official titles of the song, and order of the songs on the album, is data that is stored with the song file itself. Here’s how to edit the MP3 song information (also called ID3 tag info): 1. Find the songs in i Tunes, select all songs on the album 3. Now select one song at a time go to “Get Info” for each song. Right click (or Control Click) and select “Get Info” 4. Edit the “Name” field for the track title, and the Track Number field (ex.
Simply change the individual pieces of information that you wish to edit, typing in whatever you want to change that particular field to.When finished, click "OK." This will import your MP3 files into the Media Player library for editing.Back in the library window with your MP3s now imported, select the song or songs that have file properties you wish to edit.While working on the website for singer/songwriter Jackie Morning, we needed to make albums available for download on the site. Now you can Compress it, and send it to whomever (or upload it to the website for download).To update all the album tracks with the proper ID3 tag info (Album Name, Track Number, Artist Name, etc.). When people download it and play it on their computer/i Pod, all songs will come up in the proper order with the proper Album Name. To add Album Artwork, select all songs in the Album, Click “Get Info”, and Check the “Album Artwork” box, and Double Click the box to browse to the image on your computer. Here’s a longer explanation of adding artwork via i Tunes.With the songs selected, right-click, and in the menu that appears, click "Advanced Tag Editor."This brings up the file properties editing window.Here you can change every editable aspect of the MP3 file.In this article, I’m going to mention the five best paid and the five best freeware programs that get the job done.The paid programs obviously have more features and bigger databases, so it’ll be easier to tag your music, even if it’s something less mainstream.For smaller music collections and fewer tricky songs, the free programs will work just fine for most people.Let’s start off with the paid programs first as they have more features and can handle bigger music collections.