This is a media library tool.
This is a tool that can help manage 100 to more than 100,000audio/video files. These could be from any of the many music genre, podcasts, audiobooks, and podcasts. Your movie collection, home video clips, TV shows can all be managed consistently with this tool. Since the media and the discs containing the media are so well managed, any specific item could be found easily. You can organize, browse, or search music by Genre, Artist, Year, Rating, etc. This tool is able to handle MP3, AAC (M4A), OGG, WMA, FLAC, MPC, WAV, CDA, AVI, MP4, OGV, MPEG, WMV, M3U, PLS, etc. formats popular with audio and video content publishers. This tool can let you automatically identify movies and tracks that may have missing information. It will find those tracks that have unsynchronized tags. Even when such tracks may be duplicated somewhere else. They could be easily found.
Tracks with missing tag information can have their tag information completed with data available with suitable services. You will be able to tag music easily using industry-standard formats. MediaMonkey includes an MP3 Tag editor (an ID3 tag editor supporting ID3v1 & ID3v2), AAC tag editor (for M4A/M4P files), an OGG tag editor (for OGG and FLAC files), a WMA tag editor, an APE2 tag editor (for APE files), a RIFF tag editor (for AVI/WAV files), and an MP4 tag editor. It is possible to update and correct mislabeled tracks via drag-and-drop from one artist/genre to another. You will be able to use the categorization toolbar to quickly set ratings, mood, and other information as you’re listening to music or watching a movie. A broad range of advanced attributes could be managed. Information such as composer, original year and album, lyrics, etc., can be obtained. With a whole lot other features, this is a very good tool.