The most important features of MP3 Book Helper to start with are preview and undo for all changes, search and replace, capitalization, using directory structure or parts of the file name to create tags, or restructuring and renaming directors using tag information. All these options are highly customizable and easy to handle.
One of the best things about MP3 Book Helper is that you can work on tags while listening to music.
If you try to edit the tag of the song which is currently playing, Winamp or any other audio player you are using will auto-pause and resume playback after you finish updating the file.
MP3 Book Helper supports both Vorbis and MP3 tags (ID3v1.1 and ID3v2.3). Editing tags may seem like painstaking work, but this is not the case with MP3 Book Helper. This smart tool performs batch editing and it can create file names using sequential numbering and ID3 and Vorbis tags.
Furthermore, you can import tag information from FreeDB, you can perform multi-level undo for tag changes and file renaming, and you can create M3U files (Winamp-compatible playlists). You can load as many files as you wish, even as entire folders. MP3 Book Helper does the legwork for you and saves time and effort.
MP3 Book Helper is quite complex and you’ll need some time to discover all its features, but once you become familiar with this software and start using it, your music collection will never be a mess again.
While movie collection organizers are common experience, many users are not aware of the fact they can manage their music collection better, too.