If you™re a serious audiophile you™ve invested considerable time and effort in your tags. The information they contain often comes from diverse, hard-to-locate sources and can be more troublesome to replace than the music itself. Tag Backup & Restore protects your investment by backing up your tags to any one of three possible archive types: 1) MS Access 2000®, 2) MS Excel® Worksheet, and 3) Delimited Text.
Once archived, you have full control over what to restore. Recreate a single tag or single tag field, or restore a whole library of tags at one time. TBR is built upon an excellent real-time tag editor and batch file renamer, too. Supports .aac, .ape, .flac, .m4a, .mp3, .mp4, .mpc, .ogg, .vqf, and .wma tags.
Backup Types Supported
* MS Access 2000® database file (.mdb): Unicode backup of text and binary fields, including pictures and objects. Backs up multiple instances of tag fields that support multiples (comments, pictures, etc). Includes backup of sub-field tag data, such as language and description information. Simple text fields limited to 255 characters.
* MS Excel® Worksheet file (.xls): Unicode backup of text fields. Text storage length limited by length of cell text accepted by worksheet. Permits editing of tags in Excel and importation of changes.
* Delimited Text file (.csr): UTF-8 backup of text fields. No limitation on length of text.
When youClick to view screenshot're not backing up or restoring, TBR doubles as a first-class tag editor and file renamer. Support features include Find, Find All, Find & Replace. You can print your tags, or save them to multiple file formats. Choose which tag fields to make visible and in what order they appear.
Store album art, artist scans, and other files in tags for safe-keeping and one-click access. View, store, extract, rearrange, or remove pictures and other objects. Copy or paste them, or move them around from tag to tag. Upgrades always free.
Minimum screen resolution 800x600