Stamp ID3 Tag Editor

If you are looking for Stamp ID3 Tag Editor, you have come to the right place. We explain what Stamp ID3 Tag Editor is and point you to the official download.

What is Stamp ID3 Tag Editor?

Stamp ID3 Tag Editor is a software developed and produced by NCH which authorizes users to edit the tags as well as update the information of a particular song on OGG, WAV, or MP3 formats. This software is particularly designed for Windows.

Using the Stamp ID3 Tag Editor software, pertinent information about an audio file can be tagged and among these pieces of information include the artist name, year of release, and the genre. The software also lets users manage and organize the library of songs or music collections. Downloading can also be executed in just seconds. Users may also opt to include comments or descriptions directly to the music file. The software is equipped with Switch Audio Format Converter that enables users to normalize 40 different formats so they can be played as MP3 files even before the tagging of additional information.

Stamp ID3 Tag Editor also displays information using other third-party programs like the WavePad Audio Editor. It is also compatible with other jukebox-inspired applications. The ID3 tags generated can be displayed using various gadgets such as iPods, PSPs, mobile phones, and tablets.

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Last updated: : September 1, 2013