I don't think that 100kb on average for an album art is that much waste of space (at least mine are at about 100kb on average) .
That is possible. Select all your tracks. Open the Properties dialog. Without closing the Properties dialog, go back to foobar2000. On the same selection, right-click and select Tagging > Remove Tags from Files. After that is complete, return to the Properties dialog and hit Apply then OK. You might have to add a dummy field or something to enable the "Apply" button.If "Remove Tags from Files" is not found, you might have to enable it in the Display > Context Menu section of Preferences.
That is so far the most simple solution i heared - never could have imagined that this would work. But you must admit that this procces wich starts with erasing all tags is a real thrill if applied on whole library.
Btw. it is possible to embed album art during conversion with foobar2000 and selected codecs (lame mp3, wavpack, and i think ogg vorbis and flac can do this too).For mp3 you could use this string in converter:-S --noreplaygain -V 2 --ti "C:\Pictures\%artist% - %album%.jpg" - %d
Something like:AudioShell - ID3 tag editor shell extension -->> http://www.softpointer.com/AudioShell.htmSupports more than MP3 and ID3. I've used it to add the cover art to FLAC files. Works nice.
If you use this add-on:http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....edia&st=225You can set it to open albums straight from foobar into mp3tag and than you can easily tag them (including artwork):Label: Mp3tag '('dir')'Path: "C:\Program Files\Mp3tag\Mp3tag.exe" "/fp:$substr(%_path%,0,$strrchr(%_path%,'\'))"Label: Mp3tag '('file')'Path: "C:\Program Files\Mp3tag\Mp3tag.exe" "/fn:%_path%"Works like a charm.
I don't think that 100kb on average for an album art is that much waste of space (at least mine are at about 100kb on average)