zMeta is a simple program that allows users to modify all Zune-used meta tags of “Zunable” media. For example, it will help organize videos on your Zune to the correct categories. (TV Shows, Music Videos, Movies, etc.)
- Open the files you wish to edit
- Change tags (either in table view or single view)
- Switch video types (right click on entries in the table view, or select multiple entries and then choose what type you want).
The program will automatically save all changes. Once you’ve edited what you want, then re-sync the files to the Zune. The Zune software won’t recognize them as being changed so unfortunately you’ll have to delete the files from your Zune and then re-upload the files.
Also note that if the content isn’t on the Zune yet and you change the tags, then all you have to do is sync the files to the Zune and the tags will be there. The reason you have to re-sync content is only because the Zune software won’t see that the files in your library are different to those on the Zune and thus won’t update the tags.
Supported Formats: All Zunable formats. However, note that .mp4, .m4a, and .m4b don’t really work with Metatags (in general, not just with zMeta) and won’t hold tags. As far as I know the only way to fix this is to convert them to .wmv, .mp3, or another Zunable format.
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