Front cover: folder.*;front.*;cover.*Back cover: back.*Disc picture: medium.*;media.*;disc.*;cd.*;dvd.*
Would it be possible to search one directory higher if %disc% tag is used? Eg. if the music files are in Artist - Album\Disc1 but the covers are in Artist - Album directory.
Album art plug in still does not recognize images embedded in any files with non-standard alphanumberic characters in the filename.à á â ã ä å æ ç è é ê ë ì í î ï ð ñ ò ó ô õ ö ø ù ú û ü ý ÿetc.Works fine for me for any "normal" filenames.
How about changing it to:Front cover: *folder.*;*front.*;*cover.*Back cover: *back.*Disc picture: *medium.*;*media.*;*disc.*;*cd.*;*dvd.* ...but TAGZ support for front, back and disc would be nicer. I think almost every person is naming and storing his album art differently.
Also have anyone figured out how to set up the default (missing) album cover? I have a file called default.jpg in components directory. I tried everything imaginable, even full path, but nothing worked.
That's exactly what I did and it didn't work.
But why we can't use again path relative to foobar2000.exe?Using foobar from a removable drive, we don't have a constant absolute path!
The recognized filename patterns for the different kinds of album art that can be selected are as follows:Front cover: folder.*;front.*;cover.*Back cover: back.*Disc picture: medium.*;media.*;disc.*;cd.*;dvd.*
Can we have a technical definition (maybe a perl regular expression) of what files are parsed as album art? All I read was just guessing (like [regex] ".*folder\.jpg$")
Why regular expressions when there's TAGZ already?