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TGK
Hi !

How to insert a skin file *.wma (windows media audio) ?

Mp3tag supports wma files with skins?
Mike_nl
QUOTE (TGK @ Apr 15 2012, 17:37) *
Hi !

How to insert a skin file *.wma (windows media audio) ?

Mp3tag supports wma files with skins?


What do you mean in this context with skin ??

In my opinion a skin is:

QUOTE
In computing, a skin is a custom graphical appearance achieved by the use of a graphical user interface (GUI) that can be applied to specific software


Or do you mean Cover Art
TGK
I apologize. I use a translator...

meaning the Cover
Mike_nl
Click to view attachment

Right click in the area where the Arrrow Points to, and Click Add Cover.

If you Right Click in that area, you will see the following Options.

Add Cover (Is to add a cover to a Music File (WMA, MP3, FLAC, M4a etc)
Remove Cover (Is to remove / delete a cover from a Music File)
Extract Cover (Leave the Cover in the Music File, but makes a copy of the Cover on the Hard disk)

The other Options are not so important for now.

After you add the Cover art, you have to click on Click to view attachment or on CTRL + S (Which is Save TAG). This saves the Cover Art in the Music File.

Try it out. And for your first tries, try it on a Copy of your Music File.
ohrenkino
ZITAT(Mike_nl @ Apr 16 2012, 04:57) *
Click to view attachment

Right click in the area where the Arrrow Points to, and Click Add Cover.

...

I would like to add that some WMA files are protected and cannot be edited. But Mike_nl laid out the general proceedings.
TGK
Mike_nl
exactly what I do

ohrenkino
No, these files are not protected
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