Let's Tag assists in tagging game music albums. It connects to vgmdb.net to download album data and exports it in a format that can be imported into Mp3tag.
Let's Tag v0.2.2
How to Use
Here's a slideshow demonstrating how to use Let's Tag with Mp3tag:
Other ways to get VGMdb tag data that may be more convenient than using Let's Tag:
- VGMdb's official CDDB/freedb support (by Zorbfish):
- VGMdb data source for Mp3tag (by dano):
- Another VGMdb data source for Mp3tag (by PBXg33k):
Let's Tag discussion thread on VGMdb Forums:
Version 0.2.2 (July 23, 2017)
- Published Let's Tag to GitHub
- Updated Let's Tag to support the current version of vgmdb.net
- Updated the link in the About window to point to GitHub
Version 0.2.1 (May 23, 2009)
- Added drag and drop for album cover. When the album cover is dropped on an Explorer window, it is saved as folder.jpg.
- Added additional image formats for saving album cover.
Version 0.2 (May 11, 2009)
- Cover art is downloaded and displayed. It can be copied to the clipboard (for pasting into Mp3tag) or saved to a file.
- Added a command line app, letstagc.exe, for those who want to use Let's Tag in scripts or batch files. (Functionality is fairly limited at the moment.)
- Export presets can be saved. They are saved as XML files in Let's Tag's Presets folder.
- Editing the export preset XML files by hand allows you to make more advanced presets. For example, it is possible to put multiple album fields into a single MP3 tag field.
- Code was refactored quite a bit, though it still needs some work.
Version 0.1.1 (April 19, 2009)
- Fixed search results parser to accomodate a minor change in the HTML.
Version 0.1 (February 17, 2009)
- Initial release.