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What do you guys use to find album art in foobar2000?

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Do people still use discogs tagger?
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As much as I am a Foobar GURU now, i find mp3tag to be more robust in getting tags:

 

http://www.mp3tag.de/en/

post #3 of 9

I tag my files using Mp3tag and I get my album art scans from Album Art Exchange.

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Thread Starter 

thanks for the suggestions guys, I'll try em out
 

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don't forget Album Art Downloader

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Like some of the people above I use mp3tag to tag my files... but I like to find my album art myself using google images. I then use mp3tag to add the album art, fix up all the tags, etc

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What exactly are you guys using mp3tag for? I don't understand. Aren't all the songs labelled with album info etc?
 

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Originally Posted by A_Man_Eating_Duck View Post

don't forget Album Art Downloader

album art downloader is made for getting album art especially for foobar ,under file there is a section for getting foobar album art.

 

http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/album-art/index.php?title=The_Foobar_Browser


Edited by bluzeboy - 5/16/13 at 2:11pm
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Originally Posted by kskwerl View Post

What exactly are you guys using mp3tag for? I don't understand. Aren't all the songs labelled with album info etc?

 

I get my music from CDs - when ripping them I normally fetch the metadata online, and then I use mp3tag to correct the errors, capitalise stuff like I prefer it, add album art, etc. Could do it foobar, but I've got it all automated in mp3tag

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