Somthing must be wrong with the copying of embedded pictures from FLAC to Mp3.I can see the embedded pictures with Mp3tag v2.38 and with the Toaster plugin for Winamp. But not with AudioShell v1.3.5. Everything works fine when I save the tags again with Mp3tag.
There is a description field in every ID3v2 picture frame. BonkEnc uses Unicode by default to encode the description. If the description is not empty, iTunes will read it and everything works fine. However, if the description is empty (the usual case), iTunes is confused and refuses to accept the picture frame.A workaround is to set the ID3v2 tag encoding in BonkEnc to something other than UTF-16LE or UTF-16BE (UTF-8 would work with iTunes, but WMP does not support it; so ISO-8859-1 is really the only choice).
I save my tags in Mp3tag with UTF-16. And it works fine with AudioShell. And I use the same (UTF-16LE) in BoncEnc.So I still guess it's about BoncEnc v1.0.3 ;-)
Even if you select UTF-16 in Mp3tag it will save picture descriptions as ISO-8859-1.
BonkEnc v1.0.4 is out now! It fixes some minor bugs and includes translation updates.Yout can download the new version from bonkenc.org.
Just one question. What advantage has the "NT-SCSI-DLL" option?
Is this now the preferred ripper/encoder for those that used CDex and EAC before?
Great software, but I would love cue support for flac and ape albums to cut them up in individual mp3s. Until then gotta keep EAC and Monkey's Audio on my PC.