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  1. Hi all, First post here! Just thought some of you might be interested in this: I have written a simple command line tool for tagging DSF files. With the tool you can edit most ID3v2 tags. Picture import/export is also supported. This is NOT an application with a nice graphical user interface! It's entirely text based which means you have to be pretty comfortable with UNIX shell interface to use it effectively. Precompiled binary for Mac OS X is available here. It should run on Linux and Windows as well but you'll need to compile from source by yourself. For documentation (and source code) please check out https://github.com/pekingduck/metadsf Although I have tested the tool on my small DSD collection (around 100G) without any problems, it'd be wise for you to back up first! Suggestions, bug reports or comments are welcome.