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post Nov 17 2005, 20:23
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I am using 4.6 with itunes 6. The -r option doesn't seem to work. I've tried with jpg and bmp files, with fully qualified path and without.

All other tags work properly. And ideas?

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Otto42
post Mar 31 2006, 09:19
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I don't know what to tell you. I just tried my same test again, and it works perfectly. I'm using iTunes 6.0.4.2 and the last iTunesEncode from rarewares.org.

In other words, this
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iTunesEncode.exe -i temp.wav -o temp.m4a -e "AAC Encoder" -r "c:\temp.jpg"

...works. I created the WAV file using Audacity, nothing particularly special about it. The temp.jpg was created using nothing more than paint to draw some crap and saving it as a jpg. The jpg dimensions was 300x300, which is what I usually use for most album art.

My only suggestion is to examine your jpg file more closely. Perhaps iTunes cannot read the file or doesn't like it for some reason. Make sure that it is actually a JPG and not a misnamed GIF or some such thing. The PNG format should also be acceptable by iTunes.

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