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Old 12-16-2009, 10:02 AM
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Still same problem like P3, M1 not support cover album art for FLAC

anyone have idea how to solve it?
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Old 12-18-2009, 02:49 PM
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Do you use the MTP mode?
With the MTP protocol you can create a dedicated "Album" file associated to your music files and to an image file that will show as cover art. So you don't even need the embedded cover art inside your audio files. Samsung players should support this feature and you should look for a PC software using it.
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Old 12-18-2009, 11:11 PM
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thanks meetooman for the info,
i just realize that M1 not support MTP
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Old 12-19-2009, 08:29 AM
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Strange ! I know that many Samsung players have different firmwares, MSC or MTP depending of the region.
By the way I can't say for sure which music manager supports folder cover art file and Flac files as well. I am somewhere close to the 1/8 of my CD collection conversion to flac and I still only use my mp3 and ogg files.

I use Linux, but from what I have briefly experienced, I have found WMP good at syncing and I liked Sony Media Go. I won't bet they are much flac or even ogg friendly. Have you tried Songbird? It supports most file formats.
I must say I had a lot of problems making it recognize my "folder.jpg" files. I don't know why all those softwares are always better at looking for Internet things than managing local files... I saw Songbird Windows v.1.2 supporting a Sansa Fuze but had no luck with my MTP Sony player. Still I can't say for sure that it uses the MTP album function when copying files to devices. The link is down now, but why not try their latest build?
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