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Taggin pics
I wanna put diff pics (band, label logotype etc) in my mp3s usin idv3 tags. how do I do that?

I wanna directly edit the code. i found the an example at id3.org

<Header for 'Attached picture', ID: "APIC">
Text encoding  $xx
MIME type      <text string> $00
Picture type    $xx
Description    <text string according to encoding> $00 (00)
Picture data    <binary data>
$00    Other
$01    32x32 pixels 'file icon' (PNG only)
$02    Other file icon
$03    Cover (front)
$04    Cover (back)
$05    Leaflet page
$06    Media (e.g. lable side of CD)
$07    Lead artist/lead performer/soloist
$08    Artist/performer
$09    Conductor
$0A    Band/Orchestra
$0B    Composer
$0C    Lyricist/text writer
$0D    Recording Location
$0E    During recording
$0F    During performance
$10    Movie/video screen capture
$11    A bright coloured fish
$12    Illustration
$13    Band/artist logotype
$14    Publisher/Studio logotype

I don't wanna attach 1 fcuin general cover pic, but there is no link where I can download code editor.

Please help, I eager to know this!!

  • Alex B
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Reply #1
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$11 A bright coloured fish

For embedding multiple images to MP3 files I would have recommended using Mp3tag instead of "editing code", but unfortunately Mp3tag does not support the "A bright coloured fish" type. 

Though, it supports the other listed types.


BTW, what do you intend to do with them? Many players support only a single embedded image in each MP3 file.
  • Last Edit: 07 August, 2010, 12:46:57 PM by Alex B

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Reply #2
I dunno. The thing is... I'm an extremely scurpuluos dude LoL

Well, I'm going to buy one which does support this function. What about Walkman?

  • Porcus
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Reply #3
unfortunately Mp3tag does not support the "A bright coloured fish" type. 


Is there anything that does? I need to embed

into all my music files ...


On a more serious note: where did that joke come from?