Free online tool to add meta tags and image tag to MP3 file
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A simple MP3 file doesn’t have much metadata or an image–until you supply it. Here’s how.
If you let your MP3 file out into the wild “naked,” you’re missing out on some extra information that could be useful for your listeners.
If you know me at all, you know I’m a little hesitant to not publish what I create. I’m going to have to hold back over the next month, but in the meantime, I have to publish my first, unedited, not all that great video for my upcoming Audio for Authors course. Stay tuned!
You have your MP3 file, you have your square image (at least 1,400 x 1,400 and not more than 3,000 x 3,000 pixels), you have your title and artist and episode title and you’re ready to merge those two things.
What you’re basically doing is adding some “information” to your existing MP3 file. Here’s how.
The tool I use in this tutorial is called imgaid. There are probably better tools, probably worse tools. It worked.