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Thread: Copy the album art

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    Copy the album art

    Unfortunately I had to reinstall my pc and found a missing setting in DBpoweramp. I had it setup such that folder.jpg was automatically copied to cover.jpg ( I need both for 2 music systems).
    Now I cannot find where and how i had that configured
    Who can enlighten me?
    Thanks,
    Cas

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    Re: Copy the album art

    CD Ripper >> green options button >> CD Ripper options >> metadata & id tag options

    change folder.jpg to cover.jpg

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    Re: Copy the album art

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    CD Ripper >> green options button >> CD Ripper options >> metadata & id tag options

    change folder.jpg to cover.jpg
    Thanks Spoon but that i knew ( at least). I want to have both files created folder.jpg AND cover.jpg
    Like I said, had it working butforgot how I achieved that....

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    Re: Copy the album art

    Maybe you have used the DSP "Run External..." with a batch file to copy the album art after the rip / the batch conversion...

    Dat Ei

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    Re: Copy the album art

    Thanks for pointing me in that direction.
    I looked at that option and created a batch file ( copy.bat) with the following command:
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    copy d:\converted music\[Album Artist]\[Album]\folder.jpg d:\converted music\[Album Artist]\[Album]\cover.jpg
    But did not do the trick, am I missing something?

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    Re: Copy the album art

    I don't think that you can use the tags within the batch file. In my opinion you need to hand over the path of the directory to the batch file by parameters.

    Dat Ei

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    Re: Copy the album art

    Use the DSP effect 'ID Tag Processing' set to export as cover.jpg

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    Re: Copy the album art

    Thanks a lot Spoon, that is the one.

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