'tagclean' makes it easy to maintain a clean and structured collection of Ogg and MP3 files. Give it a filename and it will go through great effort to extract useful information from IDv1, IDv2, Vorbis comments, and the filename, clean it up, and present it for you to create nice tag. When the tagging is done, it will create a Unix-friendly filename to save as. Easy editing is courtesy of libterm-gnu-readline.
released on 22 October 2002
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|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||22 October 2002|
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