I discovered Mp3tag today and it is a really nice piece of software!! I haven't seen another utility that supports such a wide range of media types (mp3, wma, ogg, aac, etc)
My situation is this: I have a lot of WMA files in a folder. Each day, a script I have written downloads new WMAs into that folder. The WMAs are from an internet radio show that I listen to. Problem is, the show is incorrectly tagging the WMA files so that the titles are all identical. This makes it very hard to tell what track is what when I play them in Windows Media Player.
So what I want to do is use Mp3tag to REMOVE all the tags from these WMA files. I would like to be able to do this from my script via some command-line arguments.
For example something like:mp3tag "c:\folder\somefile*.wma" /stripall
(just an example)
what do you think? is there any way to do this? would it be possible to add? that would be incredible for me!