Taglib + ogg/flac/speex +images.

Anton Sergunov setosha at gmail.com
Tue Sep 20 00:14:54 UTC 2011

It's not just binary data. It's base64 encoded binary data. So it's still
20.09.2011 1:54 пользователь "Scott Wheeler" <wheeler at kde.org> написал:
> On Sep 19, 2011, at 3:40 PM, Michael Helmling wrote:
>> Shouldn't Xiph comments also support cover art, according to
>> http://wiki.xiph.org/index.php/VorbisComment#Cover_art?
> Ah, interesting. They've apparently updated the recommendation on that --
it used to be that they specifically said that binary data *should not* be
included in Xiph comments (and even specifically mentioned cover art).
Looking at that spec, it's actually quite a u-turn since
> In that case the answer is that there's no easy way to set those fields
without doing all of the [en/de]coding of the cover art fields yourself, but
it'd probably make sense to add a convenience method to the XiphComment
class to handle such.
> -Scott
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