I have a couple of question about two of the features of the MP3Tag App for Windows 10. I am currently using MP3Tag to do final checks of my music collection that I have been reorganizing. While using the app to check one of my folders, I almost hit the Remove Tag button when I meant to remove the files from the list so I could load a new music folder for checking. As a precaution, I am going back through my folders to check if any songs have been accidentally modified. I will also be using another file program as a second check to make sure no songs have been accidentally modified by looking at the date modified listing.
My Questions are as followed:
Does the Remove Tag button only remove the Tag listed under the Tag Column (e.g. MP4, FLAC, ID3v2, etc.) or does it also remove or modify other tags like Artist, Genre, Album, etc.?
Does the Remove Tag button alter the audio properties or format of my song files such as the extension (e.g. mp3, m4a, FLAC, etc.) or the bitrate (e.g. 128, 256, or 320 kbps)?
If the Remove Tag Button is used, would the modified column in the MP3Tag App update the affected file(s) to the date that the Remove Tag button was used (e.g. modified column updated from 10/1/21 to 10/2/21)? Also, if the Remove Tag Button was used, would Windows 10 and other apps that list files with date created and date modified also update the date modified listing for the affected file(s)?