By default AudioConverter Studio copies any tag information from your source audio files to the converted ones. If you convert FLAC to MP3, APE to MP3, MP3 to OGG, etc., such information as title, artist, album is copied (if available in the source files). If you rip Audio CD, track information is retrieved from CD-Text or downloaded from the online database and, again, saved into the converted files. If you convert a large file into individual tracks using information from CUE, track details from the CUE file will go into the output audio files.
So, ID3 tags are managed automatically, without any special adjustments (and ID3 is used in the broader sense here, referring to all types of audio tags, including FLAC tags, APE tags, OGG comments, and so on). But you can also customize certain things.
First of all, it is possible to disable tags, so that no meta information is copied to the converted or ripped audio files. To do so, choose "File" - "Options",
then go to the "Conversion settings" tab.
In the "Saving tags" area, enable the "Don't save tags" box.
Here, you can also see two further tag-related options:
What if you see a typo in tag information, when you open your files in AudioConverter Studio? Just click the field and correct it!
In the same way, you can provide some tags manually, if there is no information, or replace the existing tags completely.
When ready, click the "Convert" button to convert your audio files to the specified target format.Download now!
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