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TigoTago Tutorial: How to Mass-Edit ID3 Tags


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Setting the working directory
TigoTago Tutorial: How to Mass-Edit ID3 Tags
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In order to edit ID3 tags you will first need to change to a directory that contains your music/media files. To do this, first click on the Change Directory (yellow folder) icon that is displayed in the toolbar at the top of the screen. A dialog box will then appear displaying the directory tree of your system; navigate to the appropriate folder that contains files that you want to edit and click OK to set this directory.

TigoTago will quickly scan the working directory that you have selected and after a few seconds will list all the media files that have metadata.

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