I have Tag&Rename and mp3Tag Pro and neither is able to pick out the "artist art" that I can select with Groove Music. Of course, I haven't figured out how to deselect the artist art and go back to the regular cover using Groove Music. Nonetheless, I would like to point out that software still has some way to go. And I know Groove Music is a dead service, I just thought I would use the software for the first time in over a year. I got the double image of Xandria's Neverworld's End off of some online catalog and it had a silhouette behind the album cover. I wasn't sure what to expect. Now that I found out what it is for, I am impressed. However, I can't see the artist art in either tagging software that I have.
mp3Tag Pro is better than Tag & Rename. mp3Tag Pro does not interfere with generating a "folder.jpg" file whereas tag & Rename generates "album.jpg" which is not standard.
I used dbpoweramp to rip the CD to flac.
What are they standing in front of? It looks like a cathedral, library, or courthouse. And I purchased the image, rather than simply downloaded. At least, I think. The site is albumartexchange and it no longer has the double image versions. IIRC, they were called "3-D" images. I had no idea what to expect. I mean, I had no idea in what sense the image was 3-D.
It's been a while since I've replied to this, but does anyone know if either png or tif (lossless) files can do the same thing?