I use Bwf MetaEdit. It can be found at:
It was developed, in part, using your taxpayer dollars, is free and
works well. Bwf MetaEdit not only allows for manipulation, you can also
use MD5 checksum with it for delivery purposes.
There are a couple of others (paid for software) that I have tried:
Both are good. You would have to decide which you prefer. Both have
trial versions of their software.
If you would like to discuss this off-list, go to my website and click
the :Contact Me" button. Advice is always free.
Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
On 12/1/2017 12:38 PM, Warhank, Anneliese wrote:
> Our institution is about to take in a collection of digital audio files (both .wav and .mp3). I'm wondering if there are any good tools out there that can assist in attaching the appropriate metadata to these files in batch.
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