In Groove, there are two ways to update music info, or metadata: manually (editing songs and albums) and automatically (find album info). To be editable, music must be on your device and not protected by digital rights management (DRM). MP3s, for instance, are always DRM-free.
To manually update artist name, genre, year, and other info, right-click an album or song and select Edit info. If you want to sort something in a nonstandard way, turn on advanced options in the edit window. This shows more sort fields so you can specify phonetic values for music in other languages, such as Japanese, for improved sorting.
To automatically update album metadata using the Groove catalog, open an album, select (next to Add to), then Find album info.
If a song or album doesn’t show an edit option, it can’t be edited. To see only music that can be edited, filter your albums or songs to show music that’s Only on this device.
Editing is possible for songs in most audio file formats.
Editing of songs encoded using M4A is supported only on devices running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. However, disc number can’t be edited in MP4 files.
Editing isn’t supported for songs encoded using FLAC.
Editing isn’t supported for music from OneDrive or Groove Music Pass, even for downloaded music.
Article ID: 4014092 - Last Review: 2017, ഏപ്രി 25 - Revision: 9