Package org.metasyntactic.id3.v2.frame

Class Summary
APIC Attached picture
COMM This frame is intended for any kind of full text information that does not fit in any other frame.
Frame All ID3v2 frames consists of one frame header followed by one or more fields containing the actual information.
NumericStringFrame  
TALB The 'Album/Movie/Show title' frame is intended for the title of the recording (or source of sound) from which the audio in the file is taken.
TBPM The 'BPM' frame contains the number of beats per minute in the main part of the audio.
TCOM The 'Composer' frame is intended for the name of the composer.
TCON The 'Content type', which ID3v1 was stored as a one byte numeric value only, is now a string.
TCOP The 'Copyright message' frame, in which the string must begin with a year and a space character (making five characters), is intended for the copyright holder of the original sound, not the audio file itself.
TDEN The 'Encoding time' frame contains a timestamp describing when the audio was encoded.
TDOR The 'Original release time' frame contains a timestamp describing when the original recording of the audio was released.
TDRC The 'Recording time' frame contains a timestamp describing when the audio was recorded.
TDRL The 'Release time' frame contains a timestamp describing when the audio was first released.
TDTG The 'Tagging time' frame contains a timestamp describing then the audio was tagged.
TENC The 'Encoded by' frame contains the name of the person or organisation that encoded the audio file.
TEXT The 'Lyricist/Text writer' frame is intended for the writer of the text or lyrics in the recording.
TextInformationFrame The text information frames are often the most important frames, containing information like artist, album and more.
TimestampFrame  
TIPL The 'Involved people list' is very similar to the musician credits list, but maps between functions, like producer, and names.
TIT1 The 'Content group description' frame is used if the sound belongs to a larger category of sounds/music.
TIT2 The 'Title/Songname/Content description' frame is the actual name of the piece (e.g.
TIT3 The 'Subtitle/Description refinement' frame is used for information directly related to the contents title (e.g.
TKEY The 'Initial key' frame contains the musical key in which the sound starts.
TLEN The 'Length' frame contains the length of the audio file in milliseconds, represented as a numeric string.
TMCL The 'Musician credits list' is intended as a mapping between instruments and the musician that played it.
TOAL The 'Original album/movie/show title' frame is intended for the title of the original recording (or source of sound), if for example the music in the file should be a cover of a previously released song.
TOLY The 'Original lyricist/text writer' frame is intended for the text writer of the original recording, if for example the music in the file should be a cover of a previously released song.
TOPE The 'Original artist/performer' frame is intended for the performer of the original recording, if for example the music in the file should be a cover of a previously released song.
TPE1 The 'Lead artist/Lead performer/Soloist/Performing group' is used for the main artist.
TPE2 The 'Band/Orchestra/Accompaniment' frame is used for additional information about the performers in the recording.
TPE3 The 'Conductor' frame is used for the name of the conductor.
TPE4 The 'Interpreted, remixed, or otherwise modified by' frame contains more information about the people behind a remix and similar interpretations of another existing piece.
TPOS The 'Part of a set' frame is a numeric string that describes which part of a set the audio came from.
TPRO The 'Produced notice' frame, in which the string must begin with a year and a space character (making five characters), is intended for the production copyright holder of the original sound, not the audio file itself.
TRCK The 'Track number/Position in set' frame is a numeric string containing the order number of the audio-file on its original recording.
TSRC The 'ISRC' frame should contain the International Standard Recording Code [ISRC] (12 characters).
TSST The 'Set subtitle' frame is intended for the subtitle of the part of a set this track belongs to.
TXXX User defined text information frame
TYER The 'Year' frame is a numeric string with a year of the recording.
URLLinkFrame With these frames dynamic data such as webpages with touring information, price information or plain ordinary news can be added to the tag.
WOAR The 'Official artist/performer webpage' frame is a URL pointing at the artists official webpage.
WXXX This frame is intended for URL [URL] links concerning the audio file in a similar way to the other "W"-frames.
 

Exception Summary
BadlyFormattedFrameException