MusicBrainz Picard is a Tagger File Cross-Platform. For those who do not know what this means, we would simply say that music files do not only contain music. They also contain "metadata" consisting of "tags" consisting of a tag or type name and related data, for example album or track name, artist name, record tag, year of issue, etc.
Music files probably contain some basic metadata, but there are literally hundreds of tags that can be applied to your music collection if you are interested. MusicBrainz is the database and Picard is the tool for tagging music files. In order to use Picard effectively, it is important to understand what the program can do and, equally important, what it cannot do.
Picard is primarily intended to label and organize albums that contain music tracks, and then to retain the metadata for those tracks, and it does so very well. However, it is not intended to automatically organize collections of thousands of random music files.
OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows
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