I'll interleave my replies in color
To use Tag Scanner first you need to "Browse for files"
but you need to do some basic setup of the program first
with TagScanner downloaded, installed and opened go to the little question mark at the top right of the screen. when that page opens cligh the "tags" tab and look for the top item under special tag settings and set
"write unicode" to "Never"
the reason for this is if the files are tagged with unicode, and later burned to burnable media and played back on some car stereos (particularly Sony, Alpine or JVC) the tag information will display as gibberish.
I find it simpler to not write tags as unicode, NOT using unicode is never a problem.
as to the actual Nuts & bolts running of tag scanner it might be better if we exchange phone numbers via PM and I talk you through it
rather than each of us get carpal tunnel for all the typing...
BTW, TagScanner is also useful as a "Search" program to find audio files on a hard drive
I wind up doing a lot of file recovery and if I set it to search an entire drive for audio files it finds them..
Telling it to browse an entire hard drive can take some time, but it finds ALL the compressed codec files