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[TOS #6: cross-posting/threadjack] From: Foobar2000 is displaying the , From Topic ID: 97432 [cross-posted as thread 99384]
BenB
post Oct 12 2012, 21:15
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QUOTE (kgje @ Oct 12 2012, 13:46) *
I have a folder I just named "Unsorted" which is where I place music that isn't part of an album.


I suggest if you're going to store "albumless" songs in this manner and if any of those songs have specific artwork, that you embed the artwork in the file it belongs to and remove any external artwork from the folder. The reason for this is that if any external artwork has a name that has been specified in foobar as artwork, foobar will display it instead of the embedded artwork if it is larger* than the embedded artwork. This may cause the incorrect artwork to show.

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*Larger as in file size. Dimensions and/or dpi do not influence what is displayed as far as I've been able to discern.

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Jorchking
post Feb 10 2013, 08:39
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QUOTE (BenB @ Oct 12 2012, 17:15) *
QUOTE (kgje @ Oct 12 2012, 13:46) *
I have a folder I just named "Unsorted" which is where I place music that isn't part of an album.


I suggest if you're going to store "albumless" songs in this manner and if any of those songs have specific artwork, that you embed the artwork in the file it belongs to and remove any external artwork from the folder. The reason for this is that if any external artwork has a name that has been specified in foobar as artwork, foobar will display it instead of the embedded artwork if it is larger* than the embedded artwork. This may cause the incorrect artwork to show.

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*Larger as in file size. Dimensions and/or dpi do not influence what is displayed as far as I've been able to discern.


But I need to have differents folder for each songs? :S, that's not good, I want to appear the correct cover album for each songs in a same folder, thats not possible?
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post Feb 10 2013, 23:47
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If you embed the correct image into the respective song files and remove any stray album art floating around in your music folder, foobar will always display the correct (embedded) album art.
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post Feb 12 2013, 02:15
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QUOTE (ChronoSphere @ Feb 10 2013, 19:47) *
If you embed the correct image into the respective song files and remove any stray album art floating around in your music folder, foobar will always display the correct (embedded) album art.


This is the problem:



If I Remove the Folder.jpg file do not appear any cover of each song.
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