This is the command id3 that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
id3 - an ID3 tag editor.
id3 [-tTaAycg newdata] file1 [file2 [file3...]]
id3 -l file1 [file2 [file3...]]
id3 -d file1 [file2 [file3...]]
id3 is an ID3 v1.1 tag editor. ID3 tags are traditionally put at the end of compressed
streamed audio files to denote information about the audio contents. Up to thirty
characters of Title, Artist, and Album information can be stored, as well as a
28-character comment, four-digit year, track number up to 255, and an enumerated genre.
Sets the title tag to the first 28 characters of title.
Sets the track tag to a number between 0 and 255.
Sets the artist tag to the first 28 characters of artist.
Sets the album tag to the first 28 characters of album.
Sets the year tag to the first 4 characters of year.
Sets the comment tag to the first 28 characters of comment.
Sets the genre number tag using a genre number or predefined genre label.
-l List/view the ID3 tag.
-L List all genre tags.
-R Use rfc822-style output for tag printout.
-d Delete the ID3 tag.
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