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gentoo mp3 tag editor
I just spent 20 minutes trying to find a good console-based mp3 tag editor in gentoo, and was surprisingly fruitless in doing so.

After using the wonderful "equery belongs" command tied to an editor I use on my server (but couldn't remember where it came from), the program mp3blaster came up.

Although mp3blaster claims to just be an mp3 player, it comes with an incredibly simple program called "mp3tag" which tags mp3s just fine.

So...  emerge mp3blaster, and then use mp3tag for tagging goodness.
Comment by leifbk on Aug. 23, 2010 @ 08:44 am
"emerge -s id3" brings up a lot of mp3 taggers. I used to use a program called easytag a lot myself.

 

regards, Leif
Comment by leifbk on Aug. 23, 2010 @ 08:52 am
I actually meant audiotag. It's been a long time since I had to edit mp3 files.
Comment by Patrick on Aug. 24, 2010 @ 11:21 pm
Searching with `eix -S mp3 tag` works well, too.

media-sound/omptagger is a good one, IMO.