--picture="C:\Pictures\%a - %t.png"
--picture="C:\Art\%a - %g*" or--picture="C:\Art\%a - %g.*"
I think I read somewhere that the flac encoder can't use wildcards, is this true? If it can't I'll make 2 EAC profiles: one for .jpg art and one for .png art and just look up what file type the art of that album I'm going to rip is beforehand.
I like to embed the album art in my files rather than have them elsewhere as folder.jpg or whatever, so would it make sense to add a padding of say 175KB by using the "--add-padding=179200" when actually making the files e.g. from EAC, then adding the album art with metaflac/mp3tag, and then using metaflac to remove any excess padding by using the "--remove --block-type=padding" command?