Version: 45 || Release Date: 2007-05-09 || License: Shareware (19) Developer: Glider | App Owner: rmolenda

ID3Mod can change the encoding of MP3 ID3 TAG information. It's very useful when you copy PC encoded MP3 files to Mac, while the song name maybe in a mess when you import them into iTunes.

ID3Mod can access iTunes song library, so you can modify the songs tag encoding even you already import them into iTunes.

One unique thing about ID3Mod is that it handles encoding with DBCS (Double Byte Character System) like Chinese, Japanese, Korean or any other non-ISO-8859-1 encoding. This means the tags will be compatible when imported into iTunes.

Unregistered copy has no time limit, but has feature limitations:

- The song table only show 12 songs each time.

- You can not edit the song tag with an external editor.

However, this is a lifesaver if your track names are gobbledegook.

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1 Opinion

I got some Russian MP3 CDs that were encoded in WindowsCyrillic, which my Mac (Leopard) didn't like. This program did the trick!

By the way, this software doesn't have any of the above-mentioned limitations as far as I can tell. I was able to convert hundreds of songs simultaneously.