MP3 File Editor offers an impressive solution to managing your digital music collection on your hard drive. First of all, it's probably the most powerful playlist compiler available. You can use a search tool to find supported audio files in each of your directories. You can then filter files by album, artist or other categories, and drag and drop tracks into a playlist queue. Individual tracks, or your generated M3U playlists, may be loaded into the program's built-in audio player. MP3 File Editor integrates with WinAmp, and can work directly with any other audio player.
If you'd like to share your collection with others, the program can produce complete and printable lists. You can export these reports to a spreadsheet, database or even publish them to the Web. The program also helps you manage the data that's actually inside an MP3 file. You can view technical details, such as bitrate, length, sample rate, stereo mode and VBR status. You can also use the ID3 tag editor with cddb (freedb) support to tag and rename mp3 files in second. Utilize batch functions to edit tags simultaneously as well as to rename files. You can use your custom genres.
MP3 File Editor comes stacked with some great plug-ins. There's a tool to remove tags from MP3 files, and another that will convert your MP3s to the WAVE format. You'll also find Lyred, a program for editing lyrics or DataMPX for complete mp3 organization.