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February 4, 2004 10:55:35 PM

I use exact audio copy & razorlame to get my CD's to MP3's. However, those programs dont put an ID3 tag in so the text in my car's MP3 player comes up with "track 01" instead of the name. I did a search on for a prog that puts ID3 tags in and tried almost every program that was returned and couldnt find a program that would look at a CD's(or group of songs) parameter's and automatically fill in the tag information. Is there a program that even does this? If not can anyone reccomend an easy to use program that lets you edit A LOT of MP3 tags quickly? i searched the forum and came up with nothing so hopefully i didnt miss the answer if it's out there. thanks

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February 5, 2004 1:47:27 PM

It's been a while since I used MP3, but I think I remember <A HREF="" target="_new">Tag&Rename</A> being pretty good.

You know, it's really not too hard to set up EAC to tag your files as you create them, and bypass RazorLame altogether. Download the Lame encoder and have EAC pass it the tagging parameters as you rip. If you can't figure that out, reply and I'll figure out the correct EAC command line to do this.

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February 5, 2004 6:00:04 PM

*kicks self in face* i somehow knew i was making it harder than it should have been. thanks, i will give that a try
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February 5, 2004 6:46:33 PM

yep got it to work. makes me feel so smert! thanks for your help
February 6, 2004 4:39:04 AM

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