Now this method was known as ID3v1, which finally became the de facto standard for storing metadata in MP3s.
ID3v2 was created by multiple contributors, which is no relation to ID3v1.
ID3v2 tags are of variable size, and usually occur at the start of the file, to aid streaming media.
They consist of a number of frames, each of which contains a piece of metadata.
It’s much more convenient since you have easy access to it, as well as all information.
If you buy the music from store, there will be whole ID3 tag stored in these music files.
This could include a title, an album title, the year recorded, genre, artwork, and other details that can give a listener more information about that media file.
Often times, music programs use ID3 tags on a media file in order to show you that information in a music library. However, media files downloaded outside of an RSS feed (for example, using a download link on a player or from your blog page), or any other time the media file is being handled offline, the ID3 tag information is what will show to the listener.
If you select only one song, you can see its ID3 information 3.
Edit ID3 tags as per your wishes: The preceding section shows you how to automatically find the information on the internet.