I have noticed that using MP3::Tag to modify a ID3v2 tag with embedded cover art causes a corrupt Id3v2 tag. Personaly I would never use the embedded option since I think it wastes a lot of space, but if I wanted to distribute this script I would like to be able to work around this.
I imagine the error is occuring because MP3::Tag does not support images. However I have not seen comments either way. What are your thoughts on a good workaround other than just skipping files with images.
I have seen MpLib I think forgive me if the name is wrong. The C based MP3 dll. However I was opting for Mp3::Tag because it seemed more stable and a little more developed.
Thanks for your help,
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