Rockbox Ports are now being developed for various digital audio players!
Some of the more uncommon jpeg variants are not supported.
for /f "usebackq delims=" %%m in ( ` dir /s /b *.mp3 ` ) do ( echo Processing %%m... call fixmp3single.bat "%%m" rename "%%~fm" "%%~nm-original-pleasedeleteme%%~xm" rem Below I am using mv, but you might need to use move instead if you don't have this rem on your system. mv -v tmp.mp3 "%%~fm" del tmp-np.jpg del tmp.jpg)echo After testing, you can type "del /s *pleasedeleteme*" to remove the original mp3 files.
echo This batch file fixes album art from whatever format to something older mp3 players can probably display.echo It requires that you install ffmpeg and irfanview. Here I assume your path includes whereever they were installed. If now, edit below to include it.echo You may need to edit an irfanview default option file for saving jpg files to be non-progressive, but this worked for me without this, so I don't know for sure.echo To do multiple files or entire drives use the fixmp3.bat file.echo This was written by Jason Arthur Taylor ( jasontaylor.us ) but plenty of code was borrowed from others who posted on the internet.echo usage: The argument is the single mp3 file that you need fixed.ffmpeg -i %1 tmp.jpgi_view32.exe tmp.jpg /convert=tmp-np.jpgffmpeg -i %1 -i tmp-np.jpg -map 0:0 -map 1:0 -c copy -id3v2_version 3 -metadata:s:v title="Album cover" -metadata:s:v comment="Cover (Front)" tmp.mp3
Mr. Horgan, it is a little annoying that rockbox, given it's alleged dynamic nature, doesn't display some modern mp3, jpg, and mpeg files properly.
The code is already in c, so it shouldn't be too much work to swap out the prior code. On the other hand, that would be a little work, and I'd guess it probably won't happen, especially since, according to Paul's recent email to me, nobody here is capable of getting any of the paypal donation money, the amount of which is unknown anyway.
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