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ID3TAG(1)                                                          User Command                                                          ID3TAG(1)

NAME
id3tag - Tags an mp3 file with id3v1 and/or id3v2 tags. SYNOPSIS
id3tag [ OPTION ]... [ FILE ]... DESCRIPTION
Id3tag will render both types of tag by default. Only the last tag type indicated in the option list will be used. Non- rendered will remain unchanged in the original file. Will also parse and convert Lyrics3 v2.0 frames, but will not render them. OPTIONS
-1, --v1tag Render only the id3v1 tag -2, --v2tag Render only the id3v2 tag -h, --help Display help and exit -v, --version Display version information and exit -a, --artist ARTIST Set the artist information -s, --song SONG Set the song title information -A, --album ALBUM Set the album title information -c, --comment COMMENT Set the comment information -C, --desc DESCRIPTION Set the comment description -g, --genre num Set the genre number -y, --year num Set the year -t, --track num Set the track number -T, --total num Set the total number of tracks on the album SEE ALSO
id3convert(1), id3info(1), id3v2(1) AUTHOR
id3lib was originally designed and implemented by Dirk Mahoney and is maintained by Scott Thomas Haug <sth2@cs.wustl.edu>. Manual page written for Debian GNU/Linux by Robert Woodcock <rcw@debian.org>. local May 2000 ID3TAG(1)

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mid3v2(1)						      General Commands Manual							 mid3v2(1)

NAME
mid3v2 - audio tag editor similar to 'id3v2' SYNOPSIS
mid3v2 [options] filename ... DESCRIPTION
mid3v2 is a Mutagen-based replacement for id3lib's id3v2. It supports ID3v2.4 and more frames; it also does not have the numerous bugs that plague id3v2. This program exists mostly for compatibility with programs that want to tag files using id3v2. For a more usable interface, we recommend Ex Falso. OPTIONS
-q, --quiet Be quiet: do not mention file operations that perform the user's request. Warnings will still be printed. -v, --verbose Be verbose: state all operations performed. This is the opposite of --quiet. This is the default. -f, --list-frames Display all supported ID3v2.3/2.4 frames and their meanings. -L, --list-genres List all ID3v1 numeric genres. These can be used to set TCON frames, but it is not recommended. -l, --list List all tags in the files. The output format is not the same as id3v2's; instead, it is easily parsable and readable. Some tags may not have human-readable representations. --list-raw List all tags in the files, in raw format. Although this format is nominally human-readable, it may be very long if the tag contains embedded binary data. -d, --delete-v2 Delete ID3v2 tags. -s, --delete-v1 Delete ID3v1 tags. -D, --delete-all Delete all ID3 tags. --delete-frames=FID1,FID2,... Delete specific ID3v2 frames (or groups of frames) from the files. -C, --convert Convert ID3v1 tags to ID3v2 tags. This will also happen automatically during any editing. -a, --artist=artist Set the artist information (TPE1). -A, --album=album Set the album information (TALB). -t, --song=title Set the title information (TIT2). -c, --comment=DESCRIPTION:COMMENT:LANGUAGE Set a comment (COMM). The language and description may be omitted, in which case the language defaults to English, and the descrip- tion to an empty string. -g, --genre=genre Set the genre information (TCON). -y, --year=, --date=YYYY-[MM-DD] Set the year/date information (TDRC). -Tnum/num, --track=num/num Set the track number (TRCK). Any text or URL frame (those beginning with T or W) can be modified or added by prefixing the name of the frame with "--". For example, --TIT3 "Monkey!" will set the TIT3 (subtitle) frame to Monkey!. BUGS
No sanity checking is done on the editing operations you perform, so mid3v2 will happily accept --TSIZ when editing an ID3v2.4 frame. How- ever, it will also automatically throw it out during the next edit operation. AUTHOR
Joe Wreschnig is the author of mid3v2, but he doesn't like to admit it. December 12th, 2009 mid3v2(1)
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