Actually it would be possible, because none of the ID3 standards state where the ID3 tag must be located (but usually found near the beginning or the end, depending on the media and the id3 version). However I don't think that's good practice and would cause lots of issues with most id3 tag readers/editing tools/what have you.I don't think that's possible. But you could duplicate the file and edit the tags.
Winamp for windows should be still able to do this - they used to show as ID3_1 and ID3_2 in the file info editor, but i dont know if there is something for OSX...Hi, I was wondering if it was possible for an mp3 file to have 2 different ID3 tags. Is there any software available to add another tag to an existing one?
Thanks for any info you can give me.
From personal experience, but I haven't done this enough to try, I think it's only superficial. I vaguely remember that editing names and stuff were always "forgotten" if I accidentally deleted then re-imported the songs into iTunes, but that was a while ago with an ancient version of iTunes....Or is the iTunes editing only superficial?
id3v1 and v2 are different standards, that's all.Winamp for windows should be still able to do this - they used to show as ID3_1 and ID3_2 in the file info editor, but i dont know if there is something for OSX...