As I said before I couldn't wait to let CovArt Ops process my music collection.
Well, it took CoverArt Ops 15 minutes to process 6500+ music directories.
That's a nice result.
Can I make some suggestions for improving it?
When clicking on the Resolution column, the entries are sorted based on the string representation of the resolution.
Ie. 1000x1000, 100x100, 1428x1428, 200x200, 400x400, 500x500, 800x800, ...
I think this is pretty useless.
I would like this sorting to be according to the real (sorting by numbers) resolution:
100x100, 200x200, 400x400, 500x500, 800x800, 1000x1000, 1428x1428, ...
When clicking on the Type column, the entries are sorted based on name of the cover art file.
I would (have expected and) like that the sorting is done based on the cover art "quality".
Ie. according to the icon order as shown in the Icon legend (Options > Configure)
(and for entries with the same icon: then sort on the real (!) resolution)
Having that sorting right I could "upgrade" the cover art of my music collection starting with the "worst" cases that need it most.
For albums containing more than one CD I have these directories:
Artist Name - Year - Album Name [3CD]\Disc 1
Artist Name - Year - Album Name [3CD]\Disc 2
Artist Name - Year - Album Name [3CD]\Disc 3
In this case I have the "folder.jpg" file in the directory "Artist Name - Year - Album Name [3CD]" but not in the subdirectories "Disc 1", "Disc 2", "Disc 3".
Now "CovArt Ops" find those subdirectories as having no cover art.
It would be nice if I could specify what foldernames to skip using wild cards.
E.g. Skip: "Disc*, CD*"
When I select an entry in the list, on the left the cover is displayed.
When I select on of the other picture files listed under that cover, on my machine running Windows Vista I visually loose my selection in the main list.
I don't know if that is something you can solve. Since on my XP machine I see that the selection is still there.
Apparently on my Vista machine, the background color of a selected item if in a table/list not having the focus is white.