I want to transcode from FLAC to MP3 but the program doesn't copy the picture tags. Is it possible that the program transfers the picture-tags to the mp3 file?
I implemented it so BonkEnc keeps all the pictures attached to a file now when converting FLAC to MP3 and vice versa.
Why, exactly, would one want to "vice versa"? Convert MP3 to FLAC that is. Doesn't that defeat the entire purpose of FLAC?
IMO, senseless transcoding of lossy to lossless should be disabled in programs like this, perhaps helping to reduce the number of people who may believe that there is something to gain from doing so.
One more suggestion, maybe you can add an option to view the cover art in ID3 and FLAC Tags?And to manipulate them manually would be great as well. ;-)
One more question: Wy do you distinguish UTF-16BE and UTF-16LE for the ID3v2 tag encoding?What is the difference?
Do you think of implementing multi core support?
Is there any future to do list for BonkEnc? So that people could see what's planed for the future.
Just curious. Why, exactly, would one want to "vice versa"? Convert MP3 to FLAC that is. Doesn't that defeat the entire purpose of FLAC?
Sometimes I do weird things just for compression testing purposes, or for example distributing lossy-compressed samples in FLAC format for an ABX test. Don't disable the feature, just add a warning.
Can't you also make a "testing" mode?
Looks good but seems not to be working in Windows x64 it wont detect that there is a cd in the drive, i tested both my normal cd drive and also my dvd drive but non of them works.