Need a tag editor for managing your music archive, as well as editing its information and inserting cover art? Then Audioshell is what you need.
AudioShell is a freeware MS Windows Explorer shell plugin that allows you to view and edit music file tags directly in Windows Explorer. It supports all major audio file formats: MP3 (all ID3v2 tag versions), WMA, AAC (M4A and M4P), MP4, OGG, FLAC, WAV, MPC, MP+, ASF and many more.
It supports full Unicode and adds a tag editor to the music file properties menu so you can easily edit tags by groups or file by file. Because it integrates with Windows shell, it is not a standalone application. You will need to open file properties and under the AudioShell Tag Editor tab, you can add other information like Title, Album name, Artist name, Genre, Track number and even insert a cover art image.
To insert a cover art image:
Simply click Add Cover to indicate the image file. It supports JPG and BMP formats. After inserting the cover art, click Apply to save the tag information.
Other added features:
- More language translations (Polish, English, French, Czech, Russian, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese)
- Fixed bug in m4a tags reading
- .m4v files extension support
- Support for cover art in flac files
- Wav files support
- Redesigned music properties tab
AudioShell is a useful tool for mp3 player owners, music aficionados and Windows-based podcasters because it lets you edit tags and makes all your music file collections organized before uploading them to your mp3 players like iPod.
Note: It works on Windows 2000/XP 32 bit systems.