Just wanted to let you know that the current Development Build of Mp3tag adds support for cover art with APEv2 tags.
Just wanted to let you know that the current Development Build of Mp3tag adds support for cover art with APEv2 tags.Cheers,Florian
Possibly i have missed something: What format are you using? ID3 APIC?
<length> 32 bit<flags with binary bit set> 32 bit<field name> "Cover Art (Front)"|"Cover Art (Back)"0x00<description> UTF-8 string (needs to be a file name to be recognized by AudioShell - meh)0x00<cover data> binary
I'm using the format that is used by the other apps that support cover art for APEv2 (AudioShell and JRMC):
The godfather way is no standard if you ask me, the JRMC is the offical santioned way.
Mighty glad you had a look into this again Alex B, noticed Softpointer Inc. used the tag you suggested.Any way to strip WavPack files of ID3v1 with different means than a hex editor please?
The command-line encoder cannot currently embed cover art because libwavpack only handles text fields in APEv2 tags. This is on my list to improve (perhaps with a stand-alone metadata cli utility), but I can't say when I'll get to it.
I was wondering if there was a way to store album art in Wavpack files, so that a software audio player could read it and display it. If this is possible, what audio players support it, and how can it be done?Thanks
but how to display this natively from wv files while playing in the popular players fb2k/winamp
I have used iTunes to embed album (cover) art in my MP3 files but how do I embedd album art in my Wavpack files.
The WavPack command-line tools can't add the cover art to an existing file (much less do batch operations).However, a 3rd party tagger like Mp3tag would certainly work to copy the art work, but you would have to try it to see if it could do this in a batch operation (otherwise it would take quite a while with 2000 albums).
The structure of the tag seems very simple, it seems to be the filename, then a null seperator, then the actual data of the file (a JPG in the case of your sample files)
Quote from: soiaf on 24 January, 2006, 05:49:36 PMThe structure of the tag seems very simple, it seems to be the filename, then a null seperator, then the actual data of the file (a JPG in the case of your sample files)Does anyone know what is the purpose of the filename?
Probably detecting if the file is front cover or back cover or artist image, etc.