In order to maintain your MP3 audio collection neatly organized and searchable, Zortam Mp3 Media Studio provides you with all the features and functions you need to tag and document your favorite MP3 tracks and albums. With support for most (if not all) ID3 tags in their various versions, it offers you auto- and batch-tagging capabilities, together with Internet searches in Amazon and YouTube.
Regrettably, the trial version provided (and used for this review) is heavily limited, and many of the most interesting features and functions have been disabled. Among these you will find the search for duplicate files, the CD ripper and converter, all auto-tag functions, the audio normalization feature, the lyrics and cover art finders, and the renaming options. All of these features are available in the registered version, and once enabled will provide you with a set of extremely useful tools to re-organize your music collection in minutes.
You can search for specific songs, and customize the main interface to display only those tracks with or without cover art, lyrics, or both. MP3 tagging includes various possibilities – ID3 tag synchronization, case change, moving ID3v1 tags to ID3v2 values and vice versa, etc. Besides, you can look in Amazon.com for info on the album a track belongs to, as well as search YouTube looking for the corresponding video, which will add extra value to your music collection.
The possibilities are endless, though only if you happen to buy the corresponding license. Either way, Zortam Mp3 Media Studio is a serious MP3 tagging tool worth considering.