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    problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    no cover can be saved on the disc
    just have a look. is it possible to fix?
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    http://i78.fastpic.ru/big/2016/0731/...bd75908e3.jpeg
    win10 x64
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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    Which version of dBpoweramp do you have? which encoder are you using?

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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    Which version of dBpoweramp do you have? which encoder are you using?
    release 16 [x64]
    suppose so encoder is not a point, just I can't save a cover on the hard disc utilizing tag editor
    other encoding functions work more or less acceptable.

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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    You are trying to save album art by right click on a track >> edit ID Tags >> ... menu >> export to folder.jpg?

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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    Can you create i.e. a text file in that folder?


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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    Better to see once than to write 100 words
    1.jpg2.jpg3.jpg4.jpg
    holding on to you

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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    Quote Originally Posted by rory View Post
    Better to see once than to write 100 words
    1.jpg2.jpg3.jpg4.jpg
    As the error states, either your disk is full, so there is no room to save the file OR access to that folder is denied and you do not have the necessary file permissions to save to that folder.

    In post no. 5, Dat Ei has already asked a (very relevant) question and it would help us to help you if you could answer that question. Also, what OS/platform are you using?

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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    gentlemen, which folder you're talking about? I always save all pics files onto desktop in cases like that and everything's going ok. do you think I haven't access for Desktop folder? impossible. dbpoweramp even doesn't ask me: where I want to save the cover? just - see my pictures above.
    and I repeat, my system - windows 10 pro, x64.
    well, tight squeeze ...

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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    The export writes to the same folder your music files are. A simple test is to create a new folder:

    c:\test

    copy those tracks to that folder and try the export. It is Windows which is stopping dBpoweramp from writing to the other folder, there is nothing dBpoweramp can do to change that.

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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    Quote Originally Posted by rory View Post
    gentlemen, which folder you're talking about? I always save all pics files onto desktop in cases like that and everything's going ok. do you think I haven't access for Desktop folder? impossible. dbpoweramp even doesn't ask me: where I want to save the cover? just - see my pictures above.
    and I repeat, my system - windows 10 pro, x64.
    I am unsure which folder the Export to Folder.jpg command defaults to, but it is probably the same folder as the audio file you have selected when selecting the Edit ID-Tag command. ... OK, this is now confirmed by Spoon's post above.

    The error message is your clue here. First, confirm your disk is not full. Second, does the Windows user account have administrator permissions?
    Last edited by mville; 08-02-2016 at 05:25 AM. Reason: added confirmation for Export default folder

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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    Quote Originally Posted by mville View Post
    The error message is your clue here. First, confirm your disk is not full. Second, does the Windows user account have administrator permissions?
    Disk free space 250 gb. 'tis my computer, it's me who's admin. You see, small TagScanner saves any cover art from tags like a breeze, so I can't figure out why dbPoweramp doesn't?
    but Thank you in any case for your attention.

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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    And you have the write permission for the folder, where your source files are?


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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    Quote Originally Posted by rory View Post
    Disk free space 250 gb. 'tis my computer, it's me who's admin. You see, small TagScanner saves any cover art from tags like a breeze, so I can't figure out why dbPoweramp doesn't?
    Did you try the test in Spoon's post no. 9? What was the outcome?

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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    Quote Originally Posted by mville View Post
    Did you try the test in Spoon's post no. 9? What was the outcome?
    just have tested. oddly, but it works, but in root directory only (C:/), in other places it doesn't work for whatever reason. maybe I should give up on the bug...

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    Re: problem with Folder.jpg (cover art export)

    Quote Originally Posted by rory View Post
    just have tested. oddly, but it works, but in root directory only (C:/), in other places it doesn't work for whatever reason. maybe I should give up on the bug...
    Are the other (places) folders, local folders i.e. are they located on the C: drive or another drive on your PC?

    What antivirus/security software are you running, if any?
    Last edited by mville; 08-02-2016 at 01:46 PM.

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