Let me introduce myself by asking three questions that I haven’t been able to answer myself after having searched this forum:
How can I make Picard renaming the folder that the files are in?
I’ve learned how to make Picard rename the files it processed, but I also want the folder that contains the files to be renamed.
E.g.: Albumartist - Album
How do I make Picard create a static m3u playlist file?
So I mean I would like to have Picard creating an m3u file (m3u8 to be precise) in the processed folder, referencing all the music files it contains.
How do I make Picard retrieving album art that is useful and tailored towards music players?
By useful I mean that as we all know, pretty much all music players are optimised to display square albumart.
(With a (sensible) resolution anywhere between 600 and 2000 I guess)
I am personally not concerned if the artwork is verified to come from some specific physical medium.
I don’t care if I am able to see the limitations of printers, scanners, dust, scratches, crackled paper, etc.
I do care about artist intent and practical usability.
So, is it possible to retrieve square, high quality album art that values artist intent and usability, without getting non-square images that are marked by physical flaws and other limitations that I don’t care about?