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MP3 ID3v2.4 Tag Editor Control (Library) for .NET

Posted on 2009-05-17
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Hi,

I want to add support for reading and writing ID3 tags to a small mp3 management application I wrote for my own use. So far I have not been able to find a FREEWARE control or library to use (I develop using Visual Studio 2008, DotNet 3.5, WPF Application) that supports (Read AND Wtrite) ID3v2.4 tags.

AudioGenie is so far the closest but it only read ID3v2.4 tags, does not support writing. Same goes for ID3LIb from Sourceforge.

Thanks in advance!

Danie Spreeth
(aka DJ Amòz)
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Did you check the following code: Do Anything With ID3
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/cs/Do_Anything_With_ID3.aspx
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Thanks!!! This is even better than what I had in mind - not only does it give me the means to read/write all versions of ID# in my applications, it also shows how it works and gave me all the info I need to develop my own custom library for ID3 tags!
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