TagScanner Portable 6.0.28

Automatically tag or rename your entire music collection in just a few clicks



TagScanner is a versatile tag editor that makes it easy to organise your music collection.

The program can automatically tag your audio files by working with file and folder names, or online databases (Freedb, Tractype, Amazon, Discogs).

Unusually, it's also able to work in the other direction, renaming files based on tags and other information. So if you currently have thousands of tracks that follow, well, no consistent naming structure at all, then this will fix the problem in just a minute or two.

And the program is compatible with all the standards you need. It can handle embedded lyrics and cover art. The program understands a wide range of tag types: ID3 1.0/1.1/2.2/2.3/2.4 tags, APE v1 and v2, Vorbis Comments, WMA tags and MP4(iTunes) metadata. And there's support for MP3, OGG, Musepack, Monkey's Audio, FLAC, AAC, OptimFROG, SPEEX, WavePack, TrueAudio, WMA, and MP4 files, with a built-in audio player allowing you to listen while the program works.

Note this is the portable version of TagScanner.

Version 6.0.28 brings:

- Updated support for Discogs service
- New: Format value feature are now available in transformations
- New: Now you can automatically override any embedded cover with your file
- New functions: $min(x,y), $max(x,y), $round(x)
- Improved: Very long file paths support for tag editing
- Improved: Picture column now shows filename of external cover (if available) if embedded cover is empty
- Changed: Metadata inside WAV LIST INFO chunks now saved with Windows default (ANSI) encoding
- Translation: Bulgarian

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A versatile, full-featured audio tag editor

Specification: TagScanner Portable 6.0.28:

Windows XP,Windows Vista (32 bit),Windows 7 (32 bit),Windows Vista (64 bit),Windows 7 (64 bit),Windows 8,Windows Server,windows 10
Sergey Serkov
Date Added:
April 30, 2018

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