NTag is a free open source audio file tag editor for Linux and Windows. NTag allows you to view and edit tags in any audio file. It supports MP3, MP4, M4A, M4B, FLAC, OGG, WMA audio file formats. You can edit using the ID3v1.1, ID3v2.3, ID3v2.4, MP4, ASF, and Vorbis Comment tag formats. Other important features include batch editing, tag-based file renaming, and file filtering for missing data.
You can edit titles, artists, albums, tracks, discs, years, dates, comments, composers, album artists, languages, lyrics, genres, edits and more. Supports JPG and PNG cover artwork. It is released under the GNU General Public License.
Install NTag Tag Editor on Ubuntu
The NTag Tag Editor is available from the flatpak package. First, you need to install flatpak and flathub on your Ubuntu system. If your system doesn’t have flatpak and flathub, install it according to the article below, or skip it if you already have one.
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Install flatpak on Ubuntu
After installing flatpak and flathub, reboot your system. Open a terminal application. It can be opened with ctrl + alt + t and run under the NTag tag editor flatpak install command.
flatpak install flathub com.github.nrittsti.NTag
Then use this command to run the NTag Tag Editor.
flatpak run com.github.nrittsti.NTag