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Wrong cover art
tweeg
post Jan 10 2013, 18:32
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I have some albums with not only the cover but also the inlay etc.

The search patters are like this:

front.jpg
cover.jpg
%filename%.jpg
%album%.jpg
folder.jpg
*front.*
*front.*
*cover.*
$replace(%path%,%filename_ext%,)*.*


But now on some albums, it displays the inlay instead of the cover (i think because of the $replace(%path%,%filename_ext%,)*.*) . I use that pattern so if there is only 1 image in the folder (usually the cover) it will use that one. But in the above situation it doesnt work the way i want.

is there some way to avoid this? Or to like prioritize patterns?
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vanderzee
post Jan 13 2013, 01:10
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even if the file has no embebbed picture, right click the file>tagging>manage attached pictures - REMOVE all attached....

also remember to rename the pictures according to your tags - sometimes the name has misspelling and it get's shown wrong.


and sometimes the name/album/info tagging is wrong and gets foobar to show the incorret picture.




at my foobar i use only :

*front*.jpg
*back*.jpg

so it ALWAYS dusplay the main/front cover as album art (and of course the files are named name of albumFRONT.jpg / albumBACK.jpg)






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Erich_2
post Jan 13 2013, 12:13
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Put these rows in a batch-file, f.e. "show.bat"
CODE
@echo off
cd %1
attrib -h -s *.* /s
echo.
echo.
dir *.jpg
echo.
echo.
pause

Copy the batch-file in the folder and start it. Look at the outcoming window.

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junglistric
post Mar 3 2013, 12:53
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QUOTE (Erich_2 @ Jan 13 2013, 03:13) *
Put these rows in a batch-file, f.e. "show.bat"
CODE
@echo off
cd %1
attrib -h -s *.* /s
echo.
echo.
dir *.jpg
echo.
echo.
pause

Copy the batch-file in the folder and start it. Look at the outcoming window.


thank you!
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