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    Constant Bitrate Prindle19's Avatar
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    Folder.jpg

    Absolutely love the Album Art Addition!

    Now, the problem is not all of my album art is called folder.jpg

    I tried setting your software for *.jpg, but that didnt work.

    Instead of going in and manually renaming the "googoodolls.jpg" to folder.jpg

    is there anyway to automate this process?

    Any way to modify the dos "rename *.jpg folder.jpg" to recurse directories?

    Thanks

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    Code:
    for /r %a in (*.jpg) do ren "%a" album.jpg
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    mad dos skillz

    WOW, you have mad dos skillz bro!

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    0|d 5ck3wL


    ... well that and some luck w/ the search function
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    you the man, worked like a charm!

    David, maybe implement this simple code into your program>

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    what does all this mean? is there a way of getting Centrafuse to handle albulm art like media engine does and just scroll through all the JPGs in the album directory?

    cheers

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    live2themaxuk: This is just a command you can run that will change all your images to one name. Currently CENTRAFUSE only loads one image, the one you specify in setup...

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    OK CHeers

    is it an option you would consider implementing as that would be ACE!!





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    how could I use this for keeping the original file name and changing the file extension?

    IE: original name.mp3 --> convert to original filename.aac
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    Quote Originally Posted by techeros View Post
    how could I use this for keeping the original file name and changing the file extension?

    IE: original name.mp3 --> convert to original filename.aac
    You can't. aac and mp3 are two completely different formats of audio files. The above command substitutes different file NAMES for one specific file FORMAT. You can't just substitute formats on the fly.

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