Cover-art in Tag Panel


#1

It would be great to have ability to add cover-art (like in extended tag dialog) in "Tag Panel". So that you can see included cover in extended tag fields.


Comments?

~ milka



Improvement of tag panel
simple enhacement suggestion
#2

I would like it :slight_smile:

Regards
nickless


#3

Where is the benefit for such a function?

i have never missed Cover Art tagged in Files. Most People didn't tag Pictures in Files or use an iPod/iTunes.

In result they have all the time a blank Field (200x200 or something) on the lower right. If this is an idea, so it should be easy to deactivate.

Regards


#4

Benefit is that you dont have to open extended tag dialog to see, add or delete Cover-art in file, instead you can do it quicker via Tag Panel. :wink:

Lets see Tagging Cover-art Poll


#5

There would be even more benefit for this function if it would be a part of customizeable left panel with support of custom cover path, e.g. "c:\All my covers\%artist%\%album%\Front.jpg" :rolleyes:

Regards
nickless


#6

Main idea was tagging Cover-art in Tag panel (extended tag fields), but I like your idea of custom cover path.


#7

so with the new customisable tag panel, is it possible to do this, I've tried a few things but not succeeded so far


#8

No, it's not possible.


#9

Not just album art , lyrics can't be loaded with this method either. Too bad!


#10

Not true. Lyrics can be added!


#11

I'd like to be able to add the CD Cover Art to the tag panel too. :slight_smile:


#12

Thanks to nickless and noroom for supporting this idea (feature request).


#13

Sorry, I didn't mean show by just showing up in just one row/line. I personally think that lyrics should show up in multi lines so that it can be editable in a comfortable way instead of scrolling in one line.
Sorry about my bad english, but I hope you understand what I'm trying to say.
Here's an example of what I have in mind :


#14

I feel strongly that by showing CD Cover Art image in MP3Tag (on bottom-left corner, where there's idle space anyways) would greatly enhance one's mood to browse through one's song collection, and to use MP3Tag more in general.
[In fact, if MP3Tag can implement a quick 5 second song preview of the song selected, this would even further enhance this theme. User can turn off this feature by Tools>>Options, of course].

All my MP3 album collections have both Front and Back cover art images, saved in the same folder as the rest of the MP3 songs (one folder for each CD).

But I'm holding back from embedding the cover art images into my MP3/WMA files, and waiting to see how Windows-Vista to see how this is treated.


#15

More and more users are interested in this idea. :slight_smile:


#16

Yes, Iwould really like this also!
And I would like to have a way to convert my "old" way of coverart:
I am having a file folder.jpg in every dir with an album.
to the way you explaines here:
having coverart saved directly in the tag

thanks

tomy1


#17

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#18

This would be awesome! This is exactly what I was thinking about when I stumbled onto this post. Please keep up the excellent work on this program :music:


#19

Benefits

  1. Mood
  2. Quick view that maybe a wrong cover was imported (by action means batch job)
  3. Quick editing

Missing cover arts in tagged files is a question of personal favour - nothing else , you like it or not...
but it will be an important market in the future...

as I also would love services to get well formated/tagged files with

  • lyrics
  • translated lyrics
  • charaoke control sequences

#20

I am a bit confused..

I just got a new iPod Video, and it supports cover art. In fact, iTunes 7.0 now has an option to get the cover art for an album (not sure where it is getting it from), and I really like it because when I play the tracks on my iPod, it displays the cover art along with the other track verbiage.

However, the system is not foolproof, in that many for many of my albums, iTunes cannot find the artwork online, and I must manually add it myself. I get the artwork either online from sites like Amazon, or simply scan in my own artwork from the album.

iTunes can display the artwork for individual files, with 'GET INFO' for that track:

If no artwork exists, you can add your own in this dialog:

Or you can add artwork to multiple tracks with this dialog, just by dragging and dropping the artwork into the artwork box (highlighted here):

An alternative to iTunes, called RedChair Anapod, also offers importing cover artwork - and again, it can be done automatically by searching amazon.com, or manually by inserting the artwork under the name cover.jpg in the same folder as the tracks being imported.

While both these methods seem to work, it is rather a pain, in that I would prefer do all my ID tagging in Mp3Tag "before" importing the tracks into iTunes or Anapod.

So.. I would really like to see some method of including artwork in the ID tag data. I am not really sure what the status of this is in Mp3Tag, but from reading here, it appears it is not included and people are asking for it.

I am using V2.27e - if there is a method of including cover artwork, either manually or automatically, please advise. I did not see it in the help files.

Thanks..