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  1. #1

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    Retaining album art

    Under what circumstances will DMC retain album art during a conversion process?

    ALAC to FLAC - no,
    FLAC to MP3 - no,

    Using:
    Version Information
    dBpowerAMP Music Converter: Release 11.5
    Power Pack & Mp3 License: [ Registered: Yes ]
    dBpowerAMP Audio Player: Not Installed 'music Player like no other'
    dBpowerAMP CD Writer: Release 2 [ Registered: Yes ]
    Sveta Portable Audio: Not Installed 'enhance your portable player'

    Contact Information
    Web Site: http://www.dbpoweramp.com
    Support: http://www.dbpoweramp.com/support.htm
    Support Forum: http://forum.dbpoweramp.com
    Codec Central: http://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central.htm
    Add extra [en/de]coding abilities such as m4a, wma, etc.

    Smart Install Codecs
    Ogg Vorbis: .ogg
    Musepack: .mpc
    Monkeys Audio: .ape
    OptimFROG: .ofr
    Shorten: .shn
    WavPack: .wv
    Advanced Audio Compression: .aac


    ===Shell Integration===
    Convert To (right click): On
    Edit Tag (right click): On
    Popup information Tips: On
    Explorer ID Tag Property Page: On
    Explorer Columns: On


    ===Codecs===
    Installed Compression Codecs (Write)
    [Multi-Encoder]: Release 1
    [Update ID Tag]
    Apple Lossless (iTunes): [ .m4a ]
    Audio cd
    FLAC: Release 5.3 (using FLAC 1.1.2) [ .flac ]
    m4a (FAAC CLI): Release 3 (Faac v1.24.1, AppleLossless 0.1) [ .m4a ]
    m4a (iTunes): [ .m4a ]
    Mp3 (Lame): Lame Version 3.96.1 [ .mp3 ]
    Test Conversion (No Write)
    Wave: [ .wav ]
    Windows Media Audio V9.1: Release 1 [ .wma ]


    Installed Input Codecs (Read)
    Auxiliary Input Decoder: .aux
    CD Input Decoder: .cda
    Flac Input Decoder: .flac
    Mp3 Input Decoder: .mp3; .mp2; .mpga; .mpa; .mpx; .mpg; .mp1
    mp4 Decoder: .mp4; .m4a; .m4b
    Wave Input Decoder: .wav
    Windows Media Audio Input Decoder: .wma; .asf; .wmv


    ===Options===
    dBpowerAMP Reference Options
    Pro. Frequency Conversion: Off (faster but less quality)

    Flac Input Decoder
    Associate with .FLA Files: No

    Mp3 Input Decoder
    CRC Errors: Ignore
    Decode To: 16 bit (dithered)

    Wave Compression Codec
    More than 16 bit or 2 Channels: Write WaveFormatEx Header



    ===ID Tag Options===
    Flac
    Tag Creation: Vorbis Comments
    Write ID3v2 Version: v2.3

    Mp3
    Tag Creation: ID3v2
    Write ID3v1 Version: v1.1
    ID3v1 UTF8 Read: Yes
    ID3v1 UTF8 Write: No
    Write ID3v2 Unicode: No
    Write ID3v2 Version: v2.3

    Windows Media Audio
    Write Track Number as: WM/TrackNumber

  2. #2
    dBpoweramp Guru ChristinaS's Avatar
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    Re: Retaining album art

    Version r11.5 does not support album art.
    Version r12 does I believe.

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    Re: Retaining album art

    Ah, that would explain it :D

    Am I entitled to a free upgrade to R12, or do I need to pay some more dosh?

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    Re: Retaining album art

    Free:

    http://www.dbpoweramp.com/registration/

    You need the beta mp4 codec to wok with album art.

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    Re: Retaining album art

    Thank you.

    I have used the register page, but strangely there were *two* links for DMC-r12.2-Registered.exe. Why is that?

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    dBpoweramp Guru LtData's Avatar
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    Re: Retaining album art

    Do they both link to the same file or different files? If different, it might be in case one download is corrupt for some reason.

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    Re: Retaining album art

    Quote Originally Posted by LtData
    Do they both link to the same file or different files? If different, it might be in case one download is corrupt for some reason.
    They link to the same file. Not to worry, I'll go with the first.

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