TigoTago - media files tag editor

TigoTago ® is a modern tag editor for media files. Tags are additional information embedded in the file such as title, artist, year etc.
TigoTago provides fast access to all of the tags in a file by displaying them in an editor similar to a spreadsheet. This enables you to easily set and modify tags and to rename a huge number of files. Convenient multi-selection allows for flexible mass taging and mass renaming operations.
You have full control - all changes are visible before you save them to disk.
No typing will be needed when filling tags, since they can by imported from Freedb or Discogs on-line databases.

Requirements

TigoTago requires Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1. If you don't have it installed, get the extended setup or download it separately from Microsoft.com.
Installation of .NET Framework is a single update of system components. Not needed for Windows 2003 or higher.
TigoTago is also compatible with .NET Framework 2.0 if you have no framework we recommend the new one.
For WMA, WMF, ASF support, TigoTago uses Windows Media Format 9 Series Runtime. It is available from TigoTago or the Microsoft site. These libraries are already on board in Windows XP or higher.

Contents

General Info - A quick guide to the TigoTago interface
Operations - A short description of all the functions of TigoTago

Features

- currently supported media files: MP3 (ID3 v1.1 & v2.3.0), AVI, WAV, WMA, WMV, ASF
- tags from names
- tags from simple text
- files names from tags
- tagging user templates
- preview all changes before saving to disk
- ordering files
- numbering files
- editor like a spreadsheet with full multiselect and find & replace functionality
- import tags from Freedb for unnamed files with count and times according to original CD
- search Freedb.org for album
- search Discogs.com for album
- http connection with proxy authorisation
- modern interface
- log window for monitornig all actions
- navigation in a commander's style
- two views: current directory and recursive directory
- user friendly context help with many screenshots and examples
- using of default system players for supported files
- integrating with system shell
- full info of supported files (all tag frames and technical info)
- playlist generation (M3U, PLS, TXT)
- have you any advice/wishes? then post it on forum