Author Topic: A Way to Eliminate Smaller Artwork  (Read 5363 times)

Rotem K.

  • Sr. Member
  • ****
  • Posts: 499
following my question in the general board:

It would be cool to have a way to get rid of small resolution artworks,
Maybe a search with the ability to set a minimum pixel size, or a way to have minimum size of auto-gathered artwork. 

Thanks

Steven

  • Administrator
  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 33600
you can already specify a minimum size when retrieving new artwork - see right click/ AutoTag by Track/ Update Missing Album pictures.
However i will include it in Tags(2) preferences and it will apply in all cases where artwork is retrieved

Rotem K.

  • Sr. Member
  • ****
  • Posts: 499
Oh, cool, didn't know that.
What can I do about songs that already have an artwork but at a size that is very small ?

Steven

  • Administrator
  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 33600
that is not currently supported and when implemented will include as a "Files to edit" filter in Tagging Tools


Steven

  • Administrator
  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 33600
i've put the "minimum" artwork size setting in the Tags(2) preferences, and it now also applies to auto-retrieved artwork on the now playing panel
http://www.mediafire.com/?9zsd4c37zdpajh5

for detecting files with artwork less than a size, i will do it as a "Files to Edit" filter at a later date

Rotem K.

  • Sr. Member
  • ****
  • Posts: 499
for detecting files with artwork less than a size, i will do it as a "Files to Edit" filter at a later date

Any news on this one?

Steven

  • Administrator
  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 33600
i've added a new "files to edit" filter for small artwork. I has an input box that allows you to specify the minimun size and any file with artwork that has width and height less than that size is included in the filter.
Its in the next update


Steven

  • Administrator
  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 33600
http://www.mediafire.com/?e4a8gkl6emb232x

keep a copy of your current MusicBee.exe as it contains some relatively untested code for bitmap skinning (should be ok though)

Rotem K.

  • Sr. Member
  • ****
  • Posts: 499
I get this on startup:
Code
MusicBee v1.3.4211.38126 (Win6.1), 14 July 2011 8:31:

System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
   at #=qJueg2zSC0m7U2S4QlOeOH5m7$yyBQs3x_xTwIVjgnT8=.#=qKSgkZxuxtrPSIKRkkTyzIJa7e8Hmz5EfXrjva$_TkSs=(#=qNLJAyq_x8$6ipfK64TnRPqG2frbM4$vajT7qlB37GuE37sl3Em4BSC9uI62NR2jl #=q54jl_LLiXSOaSSGZQNDm9w==, String #=qDYlJjIJU6dkxb9HB47CzQw==, Boolean #=q68DUUYsBJKxASgRvCWeJA6UUrn3OoBZxrJxq035mkXk=)
   at #=qJueg2zSC0m7U2S4QlOeOH5m7$yyBQs3x_xTwIVjgnT8=..ctor(Rectangle #=q8Rne1wyzdLc4ISIhq6JtYw==)
   at #=qRrbVD6Uw09uUcMbWM$NkvbowSHPxS_FE1M8_B$Wyuvc=..ctor(IList`1 #=q9upkBNPqpWOpnVas2dbulQ==)
   at #=qRrbVD6Uw09uUcMbWM$NkvbowSHPxS_FE1M8_B$Wyuvc=.#=qePNPkXblsgH2G4_uKz0AYEs4Eq2RBaIPTvq6B7qi08I=.OnStartup(StartupEventArgs #=qB2putbrZeg1OmLVU3X9w6g==)