How to Edit ID3 Tags on Mac with MP3Tag for Mac Alternative

Since MP3Tag doesn't support Mac OS X, an MP3Tag for Mac alternative is required to edit ID3 tags on Mac. This article will show you how to automatically edit MP3 tags on Mac like artists, track names, album, album cover, lyrics, genre etc. with Wondershare TidyMyMusic.

Step 1: Import Music Files

Wondershare TidyMyMusic supports editing ID3 tags of MP3 and M4A files, no matter whether it's included in iTunes library or music folders. All iTunes music will be automatically imported to Tidy iTunes tab. To edit ID3 tags of local music files, switch to Tidy Music tab.

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Step 2: Retrieve ID3 Tag Information

If you either select the Search for Unidentified Songs option and click the Scan button for batch ID3 editing, or select a song and click Identify to edit ID3 tag in a single music file. Click the Edit button on top to type text in ID3 tags manually.

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Step 3: Save ID3 Tag Information

In the top Identified Songs tab, you will see all songs with ID3 tags updated. Click anyone to check its tag info. Usually, you can click the Apply button to save ID3 tag information in batch. All the right data for song title, artist, album cover, album, genre and more will be embedded to the original music files, which will be played correctly anywhere you want.

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Remove Duplicate Songs: The duplicate songs will be displayed in the Duplicated Songs if you also check the option. Choose a ground and all duplicated songs will show up on the right. Usually, the higher quality one will be marked with a green tick icon. If you want to keep this one while move others to the Trash, click the Dedupe button.


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