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Jon Danforth
2004-09-22, 07:47
I'm sure that others have stumbled across this but I just found it last
night and think it's awesome. If you use iTunes, you can upload your
library list as a .txt export and their script rips off amazon for cover
art. I sent the guy $3 as a thankyou. What a timesaver!

www.art4itunes.com

-Jon

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Jonathan Danforth Photography
http://photographs.danforthsource.com

Bruce Hartley
2004-09-23, 14:45
What does the format of this library file look like.
I don't use itunes but could knock up a library file to get the images.

Thanks,
Bruce.

"Jon Danforth" <jdanforth (AT) sc (DOT) rr.com> wrote in
message news:41519068.2010504 (AT) sc (DOT) rr.com...
> I'm sure that others have stumbled across this but I just found it last
> night and think it's awesome. If you use iTunes, you can upload your
> library list as a .txt export and their script rips off amazon for cover
> art. I sent the guy $3 as a thankyou. What a timesaver!
>
> www.art4itunes.com
>
> -Jon
>
> --
> Jonathan Danforth Photography
> http://photographs.danforthsource.com

Nick Silberstein
2004-09-23, 15:06
Bruce Hartley wrote:
> What does the format of this library file look like.

Tab-delimited values, first line contains field names, one line per
song. File ended with a blank line, which probably isn't significant.

My exported library file had the following fields:

Name Artist Composer Album Grouping Genre Size Time
Disc Number Disc Count Track Number Track Count Year
Date Modified Date Added Bit Rate Sample Rate Volume
Adjustment Kind Equalizer Comments Play Count Last Played
My Rating Location

(I replaced the tabs above with 4 spaces)

Nick



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Nick Silberstein
Senior Developer
Flying Machine Development, Inc.

anthony webb
2004-09-23, 15:23
Just curious, once you drag these image covers into itunes (as the website
specifies)does itunes store the covers in the id3 tags, or in a folder
somewhere, any naming coventions it automatically applies?

-Anthony



----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Silberstein" <nick (AT) flyingmachine (DOT) com>
To: "Slim Devices Discussion" <discuss (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2004 4:06 PM
Subject: [slim] Cover art resource


> Bruce Hartley wrote:
> > What does the format of this library file look like.
>
> Tab-delimited values, first line contains field names, one line per
> song. File ended with a blank line, which probably isn't significant.
>
> My exported library file had the following fields:
>
> Name Artist Composer Album Grouping Genre Size Time
> Disc Number Disc Count Track Number Track Count Year
> Date Modified Date Added Bit Rate Sample Rate Volume
> Adjustment Kind Equalizer Comments Play Count Last Played
> My Rating Location
>
> (I replaced the tabs above with 4 spaces)
>
> Nick
>
>
>
> --
> Nick Silberstein
> Senior Developer
> Flying Machine Development, Inc.
>