Anyone here knows how to embed image in a wma file programmatical

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by tarzanphilip, Jun 5, 2007.

  1. tarzanphilip

    tarzanphilip Guest

    Is this possible or not?

    I know manually using WMPs ATE property can solve the problem but its
    consumes much too much time.

    Is WMF11 SDK has a use or just a garbage?

    Thanks.
     
    tarzanphilip, Jun 5, 2007
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  2. Hi,

    If you're using WMP 11, you can just right click copy the album art jpg
    file from the music file Explorer folder (Right click any track and select
    "Open file location.." to get there quickly, and then in the Media Library,
    find and view the album you want to embed the album covers in. Once you have
    the right album and you've copied the album art into the clipboard, right
    click the Album Art you see in the library and select the "Paste Album Art"
    option.

    This will actually embed the art in all the tracks for that album. You'll
    see a progress indicator as a sign that the art is being embedded.

    Note: You'll need to tell Windows to show hidden files to see the
    downloaded album art. It's hidden by default.
     
    Mike Poz [MSFT], Jun 5, 2007
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  3. tarzanphilip

    tarzanphilip Guest

    Thanks for the reply but I am asking is if can be done programatically..

    I shouldnt have mentioned an SDK if I am not referring to a solution using
    code or creating a new application and not WMP

     
    tarzanphilip, Jun 5, 2007
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  4. You're better off looking at the MSDN forums for programming questions.

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    Thanks!
    Mike Poz [MSFT]
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    Mike Poz [MSFT], Jun 5, 2007
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