Rt-click properties for MP3


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Eric Phelps

Runing W2K and *used to have* right-click / properties page for MP3
files have a separate tab for ID3V1 and ID3V2 data. It was even
editable in the properties tab. Darned handy. Unfortunately, lost the
darned thing after I reinstalled the OS.

I've searched the web and my collection of saved downloads, but no
joy. I have a faint (and unreliable) memory that is was part of some
other package -- maybe even an official XP item. I do know it was
free, not shareware. At worst, a no-nag part of a shareware or demo
package. Not sure. Anybody have a good guess?

If anybody is sharper than me on the system, I still have backups of
the original drive and tried (but failed) to mount the old registry. I
have no idea where properties page addons would go anyway. Help along
these lines would also be appreciated.
 
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Mark Blain

Runing W2K and *used to have* right-click / properties page for MP3
files have a separate tab for ID3V1 and ID3V2 data. It was even
editable in the properties tab. Darned handy. Unfortunately, lost the
darned thing after I reinstalled the OS.

I've searched the web and my collection of saved downloads, but no
joy. I have a faint (and unreliable) memory that is was part of some
other package -- maybe even an official XP item. I do know it was
free, not shareware. At worst, a no-nag part of a shareware or demo
package. Not sure. Anybody have a good guess?

If anybody is sharper than me on the system, I still have backups of
the original drive and tried (but failed) to mount the old registry. I
have no idea where properties page addons would go anyway. Help along
these lines would also be appreciated.
There are several of those. Here's one you might like (hint: click
'screenshots').
http://www.free-codecs.com/download/mp3infp.htm
If not, see the links below on the same page for other choices.
 
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Eric Phelps

Not what I had, but close enough! Thanks! I'm using it. Should have
checked out free-codecs myself. They're always great. D'oh!
 

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