Are you wondering how to create MP3 tags (sometimes called ID3 tags) for your podcast audio files?

You could certainly use some third-party software like PA Software's id3 editor. It's a great tool. I have it and I've used it.

But now that I know Hindenburg can create those tags as part of my Export or Publish workflows, I'm happy that I don't need to use an additional tool.

In this 5-minute video, I'm going to show you what you need to know to be able to add those id3 tags to your podcast audio files. Complete with a demonstration.

When we're done, you're going to know exactly how to add those tags and also discover how this can take EVEN MORE steps out of your production process.

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