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$ id3 --help
id3: invalid option -- -
usage: id3 -[tTaAycg] `text' file1 [file2...]
id3 -d file1 [file2...]
id3 -l file1 [file2...]
-t Modifies a Title tag
-T Modifies a Track tag
-a Modifies an Artist tag
-A Modifies an Album tag
-y Modifies a Year tag
-c Modifies a Comment tag
-g Modifies a Genre tag
-l Lists an ID3 tag
-L Lists all genres
-R Uses an rfc822-style format for output
-d Deletes an ID3 tag
-h Displays this help info
-v Prints version info
Hi I tried to use it but it returned that the genre that I tried to add doesnt exist. I listed all available genres and, of course, I didnt find mine there. Is it possible to add a new genre? My natural language isnt english and we have other music styles in my country that I would like to have as genre. Is it possible to do? Or should I look into id3v2?