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  • I've found that artwork added to tracks by other programs won't necessarily display in iTunes. I typically add artwork to the OpenBSD theme songs using MusicMatch for Windows but iTunes4 doesn't display it in the album window or the artwork window.

    I also spent some frustrated time trying to use your perl script [] for extracting artwork before I decided that the ID3 tags must be different. I'm still a Perl noob, how can I use 'keys' with the hash reference get_mp3tag returns so I know what all the keys are? B
    • my $hash_ref   = { Gharlane => 'Eddore', Mentor => 'Arisia' };
      my @nonhumans  = keys %{ $hash_ref };
      • Thanks.

        Key 0: YEAR
        Key 1: ARTIST
        Key 2: COMMENT
        Key 3: ALBUM
        Key 4: TITLE
        Key 5: GENRE
        Key 6: TRACKNUM
        Key 7: TAGVERSION

        I'm interested in using Perl to access the art because I'd really like a script which can remove the art from an mp3. We're using MusicMatch to rip a bunch of CDs and its pretty good but one bug is you can't tell it not to add the album art to a ripped track if it finds some. The problem with album art is when we use Apache::MP3 to steam files containing album art, some clients won't play the t
        • #!/usr/bin/perl -w
          # Artwork: v.1 2007-02-18 14:52:09
          # Pull album art from id3v2 tags
          # Copyright (c) 2007 William Galway. All Rights Reserved.
          $VERSION = '.1';

          use MP3::Tag;
          use File::Find;
          open( LOGF, ">>logfile.txt" ) || die "$!";
          print LOGF `date`;
          print LOGF "The follwing directories are w/o ablum art.\n";

          # MP3 Dirctory
          print "Type the path to your mp3s and press Enter. \n";
          $mp3dir = <STDIN>;
          chomp $mp3dir;
          print "\n";

          # Album