ID3 Editing and Scripting Tool
The ‘pic’ format displays or stores on disk attached pictures. It supports the following options:
Use prog to view images (default:
Look for pictures with this descriptive text.
Look for pictures with this MIME type.
Store pictures on disk, instead of displaying them. The picture names are created by expanding the file name template, given with the following option:
Set the template for output file names (implies –store). The template can contain the following meta-characters:
|~D||Input file directory part|
|~N||Input file base name|
|~T||Mime type without the ‘image/’ prefix|
|~I||PID of the |
The default template is ‘/tmp/~I-~N.~T’.
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