Unicode MP3 tagging is a way of dealing with the fact that MP3 files are created by people who speak a host of different languages that utilise a wide variety of characters. These different languages often do not appear correctly on the computers of users who speak and read other languages. Fortunately, software exists that easily converts MP3 file tags into the more universal Unicode standard, which ensures that characters are never corrupted or jumbled regardless of the computer used to view them.
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Things you need
- MP3 audio files
- Unicode Rewriter software
Download and install Unicode Rewriter (see Resources).
Open the Unicode Rewriter program and select the MP3 file to convert by clicking the "Browse" button and navigating to where MP3 files are stored on your computer. Alternatively, you can drag MP3 files directly to the Unicode Rewriter main window.
Press the "Convert" button to automatically convert the MP3 tags to Unicode format.
Press "Browse" to choose more MP3 files to convert to Unicode format.
Tips and warnings
- You can convert multiple files at once by dragging and dropping multiple MP3 files into the Unicode Rewriter screen.
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