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Tunesleeve Or Something That Kicks Azz At Album Art


kittmaster

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I've got thousands of the MP3's that are meta tagged perfect, but there is no album art for it in any of the files. Tunesleeve looked promising but I can't find a good version anywhere.

I want something to batch process all my MP3's, uses amazon or the like for the art, and then EMBED the images into the file so the image will follow the song platform to platform.

I've tried:

Mediamonkey

icoverart

album cover art downloader

mp3tag ver 2.3

artgrabber

album art tagger

itunes (I don't have account with them)

None seem to have all the combinations I need.

Does anyone have a solution to this PITA process??

Please help!!

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Same here, I have got thousands of CDM's and vinyl rips almost 200 000 songs, but I cant have them forever on my hdd, im planning to burn verything by month and year (0day).

I also have some other section in my music disk, the mislabled mp3's 2000+, I still have to edit them like adding the year, recordlabel, labelcatalogus etc etc, its a pretty bad job but thats the only way I know so I think you'll have to do everything manually.

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well for the data tagging you can use use "musicbrainz classic". What you do is "point" it to the folder source, it will modify and change to an output dir. It uses online metadata database........and its FAST and accurate. If its not sure or has issues then it allows manual search with auto tagging update.....hit the "write to file" and bingo, it converts the file name and meta data in one sweep!

If you do use it, i can give you my write string I use.

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well for the data tagging you can use use "musicbrainz classic". What you do is "point" it to the folder source, it will modify and change to an output dir. It uses online metadata database........and its FAST and accurate. If its not sure or has issues then it allows manual search with auto tagging update.....hit the "write to file" and bingo, it converts the file name and meta data in one sweep!

If you do use it, i can give you my write string I use.

No, it doesnt update the ID3v2 tag, I use winamp to do this. All players show info of the ID3v2.

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Teddy Rogers

Sorry for jumping on this topic but can anyone recommend a good and free AAC to MP3 converter that will work on Vista x64 please?

Ted.

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Sorry for jumping on this topic but can anyone recommend a good and free AAC to MP3 converter that will work on Vista x64 please?

Ted.

I think you can do this with a WinAMP plugin by converting the AAC to WAV and then MP3 various bitrates with an another converter. But the WinAMP trick works on many files, even with chiptunes. Yep I listen to them all time on a portable mp3 player. :wub:

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Teddy Rogers
I think you can do this with a WinAMP plugin by converting the AAC to WAV and then MP3 various bitrates with an another converter. But the WinAMP trick works on many files, even with chiptunes. Yep I listen to them all time on a portable mp3 player. :wub:

I think the only problem with that is you have to listen to the whole track for it to be converted. I was after something that will do a straight conversion and hopefully in a batch...

Ted.

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I think you can do this with a WinAMP plugin by converting the AAC to WAV and then MP3 various bitrates with an another converter. But the WinAMP trick works on many files, even with chiptunes. Yep I listen to them all time on a portable mp3 player. :wub:

I think the only problem with that is you have to listen to the whole track for it to be converted. I was after something that will do a straight conversion and hopefully in a batch...

Ted.

Nope, it convert it very fast, I think you're using the wrong plugin. But, if you cant find anything else then this would be the only working solution.

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