Is there any way I can transcode a FLAC file to an mp3 file with preserving all tags including album art? With the latest version of FLAC, it supports embedding album art... but when I use Foobar to transcode it to mp3, it seems to keep all the information except the embedded cover art file from the original FLAC.
BonkEnc is able to transcode and keep all tags.
I added a new FLAC sample file to my "embedded cover art samples" thread: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....st&p=487587.An MP3 file which is converted from this sample with BonkEnc has only the following MP3 tags:Album: Rating=5 (an incorrect tag value)Artist: Who KnowsGenre: HouseTitle: Rating=5 (an incorrect tag value)Year: 2002Perhaps the BonkEnc developer finds the sample useful.
dbpoweramp and foobar can also do this
I added some cover art to a FLAC file using Mp3tag v2.38, then I used BonkEnc 1.0.2 to transcode it from FLAC to MP3. It seems to carry all the tags over from the file, including the cover art file. But now, when I add the song to iTunes (188.8.131.52), it doesn't display the cover art. It shows a blank white image. Edit:If I load the new mp3 file back into Mp3tag and "save" the tag without any changes, then the picture shows up fine in iTunes. Is this a problem with how BonkEnc saves id3 tags?