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XploRR
post Apr 21 2016, 19:51
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QUOTE (Chiller252 @ Apr 20 2016, 20:34) *
Also, Is there a way to add %album% as a search term? I imagine the search accuracy could be some much more with the addition of that argument.

Edit: I just thought about replacing %title% with %album% so that my command line appears as the following: ""%artist%" "%album%" all 1 1 1200 1200 jpg 20 0"

That seems to work, but I imagine it would be a lot better if a 3rd argument could be derived from mp3tag like this: ""%artist%" "%title%" "%album%" all 1 1 1200 1200 jpg 20 0"

You can modify the "search string" as you like.
You can make it any combination of %artist% and/or %title% and/or %album% or any other value.
Because there is only one search string passed to Google (together with other metavalues about size etc).

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Kenny
post May 6 2016, 15:39
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Hi,
DisCoverArt 2.6.0.1 doesn´t work anymore. Can somebody confirm that?
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XploRR
post May 10 2016, 22:12
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QUOTE (Kenny @ May 6 2016, 15:39) *
Hi,
DisCoverArt 2.6.0.1 doesn´t work anymore. Can somebody confirm that?


Still working here.
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XploRR
post Jan 3 2017, 20:08
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As an owner of this topic, I want to update the first post of this topic, but I cannot.
There is no edit button on my own posts.
Any suggestions how I get the edit button back on my posts?
And yes, I am logged in, otherwise I could not post this. biggrin.gif
Can the moderator or administrator grant me access to my own posts please.
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post Jan 7 2017, 12:56
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Gives error:
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post Jan 7 2017, 13:09
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QUOTE (Romano @ Jan 7 2017, 12:56) *
Gives error:


Please read the manual:

Unzip DisCoverArt.exe and custommsgbox.dll from DisCoverArt.zip to a permanent directory (f.i. %programfiles%\Mp3tag).
Register custommsgbox.dll (created by westconn1):
open a command prompt (cmd.exe as administrator) and type:
> cd %programfiles%\Mp3tag (directory where you unzipped custommsgbox.dll)
> regsvr32 custommsgbox.dll (a dialogbox will appear showing successful registration of the dll)

ps. opening a command prompt as administrator is done as follows:
type "cmd" in search, right-click "cmd.exe" or "command prompt" and select "Run as administrator"

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post Jan 7 2017, 16:50
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QUOTE (XploRR @ Jan 7 2017, 14:09) *
Please read the manual:

Unzip DisCoverArt.exe and custommsgbox.dll from DisCoverArt.zip to a permanent directory (f.i. %programfiles%\Mp3tag).
Register custommsgbox.dll (created by westconn1):
open a command prompt (cmd.exe as administrator) and type:
> cd %programfiles%\Mp3tag (directory where you unzipped custommsgbox.dll)
> regsvr32 custommsgbox.dll (a dialogbox will appear showing successful registration of the dll)

ps. opening a command prompt as administrator is done as follows:
type "cmd" in search, right-click "cmd.exe" or "command prompt" and select "Run as administrator"


ha the problem was solved running as admin.
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post Jan 15 2017, 21:03
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Is there a way to make the downloaded jpg have a different file name? I would like to add tag %discnumber% to the front of the file name.

I changed the action to %discnumber% %artist% - %title%.jpg which seems correct when the script searches for the jpg, but the jpg still saves to %artist% - %title%.jpg

thanks
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post Jan 16 2017, 12:05
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QUOTE (Lee R @ Jan 15 2017, 21:03) *
Is there a way to make the downloaded jpg have a different file name? I would like to add tag %discnumber% to the front of the file name.

I changed the action to %discnumber% %artist% - %title%.jpg which seems correct when the script searches for the jpg, but the jpg still saves to %artist% - %title%.jpg

thanks

That is not possible right now.
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post Feb 19 2017, 15:33
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Hi,

Would it be possible for you to add a discogs_releaseid search query to this tool?

My tags all have a discogs_releaseid and I would like to be able to get all coverart for that particular release, rather than a much more broad artist + title search.

Thanks.
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post Feb 19 2017, 15:50
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QUOTE (JmmyBoy @ Feb 19 2017, 15:33) *
Hi,

Would it be possible for you to add a discogs_releaseid search query to this tool?

My tags all have a discogs_releaseid and I would like to be able to get all coverart for that particular release, rather than a much more broad artist + title search.

Thanks.


DisCoverArt is based on the Google image search api. I doubt that you will find correct coverart using the artist and discogs_releaseid. Could be. You have to try it in Google.

If that works you have to check in MP3Tag if there is a parameter like %discogsid, then you could create an action using that parameter.
Perhaps you stored your discogsid in another id3-variable, then you have to use that below.

fi. for 300x300:
In the menu, select "Tools/Options/Tools" and click on the button "New" (button with yellow star).
Name: "DisCoverArt Discogs 300x300 Artist+Title NoQuotes Manual"
Path: select the path where you unzipped DisCoverArt.exe (f.i. C:\Program Files\Mp3tag) and select DisCoverArt.exe
Parameter: "%artist%" "%<your discogsidvariable from mp3tag>%" -discomusic.com 0 1 300 300 jpg 20 0
Do not Select the checkbox "For all selected files" and click "Ok".

Good luck!
ps. you can also first try manually in a command prompt using this syntax: example:
discoverart "<artist>" "<discogsid>" all 1 0 300 300 jpg 10 1

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post Feb 19 2017, 15:52
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Thanks!

I'll try that out.
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