[Flac] FLAC: player with native support for flac embedded pictures
jwhite at cdtag.com
Fri Apr 20 10:29:55 PDT 2007
I am not aware of one with native support.
Harry Sack wrote:
> yeah, but i'm looking for a player with NATIVE support, not a plugin I
> have to install :)
> 2007/4/19, Jud White <jwhite at cdtag.com <mailto:jwhite at cdtag.com>>:
> I already replied to this.
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: [Flac] FLAC: software for displaying embedded
> Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 15:09:48 -0500
> From: Jud White <jwhite at cdtag.com <mailto:jwhite at cdtag.com>>
> Reply-To: jwhite at cdtag.com <mailto:jwhite at cdtag.com>
> To: Harry Sack < tranzedude at gmail.com
> <mailto:tranzedude at gmail.com>>
> CC: flac at xiph.org <mailto:flac at xiph.org>
> I modified foo_uie_albumart to work with embedded pictures in FLAC
> ID3v2 tags).
> What to do:
> First get foobar: http://www.foobar2000.org/
> Next get the UI Columns plugin: http://yuo.be/columns.php
> Unzip the DLL to C:\Program Files\foobar2000\components
> It's only available in 7-zip, so you'll need a 7z extractor. WinRAR
> http://rarsoft.com/ or 7-zip http://www.7-zip.org/ will work.
> Next get the modified foo_uie_albumart plugin:
> Extract to foobar2000\components again
> The original plugin can be found here:
> http://cherans.bol.ucla.edu/fooplugins.html You don't need it but I
> wanted to credit the developers of this plugin.
> Fire up foobar. It will ask if you want to use Columns UI, say yes.
> In foobar, go to File, Preferences, Columns UI. Right click on one
> either Horizontal or Vertical splitter, Insert Panel, Panels,
> Album Art
> Now if you select a file with an ID3v2 tag with a picture embedded
> (doesn't need to be MP3) or a FLAC file with an embedded picture
> it will
> be displayed in the album art panel. If no art is found then it
> defaults to searching for album art the standard way.
> Oh, and I apologize if the plugin crashes your foobar. :)
> Harry Sack wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm looking for an audio player with native support for flac
> > pictures. I use Amarok (http://amarok.kde.org/) in linux, but I
> > find any player in Windows that has this same native support for
> > embedded flac pictures.
> > I hope somebody can help me
> > thanks in advance!
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