How can I recognize mp3 file?

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I have a lot of files that are stored in a folder but I am unable to recognize MP3 file from these. Can anyone tell me what is the procedure to check the file is MP3 or it contains the other sound extension? I am waiting for the reply from anyone who has the knowledge about it.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #141589

How can I recognize mp3 file?

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It is very easy.

Just open the file and write .mp3 in the ‘Search Computer’ option.

You will get all the mp3 files at a time on your window.

There is another way to find mp3 files. Open the file, click right button and select the “details” option from “View”.  Again click the right button and select the “type” option from “Sort by”. 

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #141588

How can I recognize mp3 file?

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Hi Halleleilani2,

This is easy to do.

This is easy to do. Open the folder containing files. As you can see on picture, right click on the status bar where are the “Name”, “Title”.  On that drop down menu select the “Type”. Then it will show in status bar and below that you can see the type of the files.

Just clicking on that “Type” tab you can sort different extension to one group. Eg.- Mp3 to one group like that.

Good Luck.

Answered By 0 points N/A #141590

How can I recognize mp3 file?

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Hi,

It's easy to recognize a file if it is an MP3 file. File name should end with .mp3. You will also know if that is an MP3 file by pressing right clicks on the file then select "properties". You will see the type of the file. You can even try and open it to know if it will play or only open. Lastly, check the icon of the file. If it is a music note then that is an MP3 file.

Best Regards,

Jerameel Cyrus Tubon

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #141591

How can I recognize mp3 file?

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For Show File extensions
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For Window-7/Vista & Server 2008.
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Click Start -> Control Panel -> Appearance and Personalization -> Folder Option -> Click View -> under Advanced settings -> Select Clear Hide extensions for known file Types -> Click Ok.

For Xp/Server – 2003.
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Start Windows Explorer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> Folder and Search options -> un-check in Check Box Hide extensions for known file types -> Ok

Now open your song folder & you can show file extensions.

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