How to Add Album Artwork to iTunes
Manually arranging and sorting the files is very easy in iOS based devices and it could easily be sorted out. For your problem; Add Album Artwork to iTunes, Album Artwork not showing in iTunes, you could look to try these steps and resolve it all by yourself.
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- Make sure you are signed in to the iTunes Store. Open iTunes and click Store > Sign In. Enter your Apple ID and Password if you’re not signed in.
- Click the Music tab in iTunes, and My Music.
- Control + Click an album with missing artwork and choose Get Album Artwork from the contextual menu.
- It’s a good idea to check the box Do Not Ask Me Again in the Are You Sure You Want To Get Album artwork (so you don’t have to do so again). Click Get Album Artwork.
- iTunes will compare the album to the iTunes Store database, and if it finds a match you will get the album artwork from the store on the album.
- If you choose Get Album Artwork and get an error message that the artwork “Cloud Not Be Found” then it is possible to manually add artwork to iTunes. Here is how to manually add album artwork to iTunes:
- Find the song in iTunes with missing artwork. Make a note of the name of the song (or album).
- Open Safari and go to Google Image Search (images.google.com). Enter the name of the song or album and locate the artwork. Drag it to your Desktop.
- Highlight the song in iTunes and press Command + I (or Control + Click the track and choose Get Info).
- Click the Artwork tab.
- Click Get Artwork.
- Use the Finder window to locate the artwork file and click Open.
- Click OK.
- The artwork file will now be attached to the song in iTunes. You can delete the file from your computer.
- In Browse view, select the album in your iTunes library.
- Click the Browse button to switch to Browse view so that an Album column appears on the right side of the iTunes window. Click an album to select it.
- Choose File, Get Info or press Command-I (Mac) or Ctrl-I (PC).
- A warning message displays: Are you sure you want to edit information for multiple items?
- Click Yes to edit information for multiple items.
- The Multiple Song Information dialog appears.
- Enable the Artwork field by selecting its check box.
- When you add a check mark to a field, iTunes assumes you want that field changed in all the selected songs. Make sure that no other check box is selected except Artwork.
- Drag the graphics file to the Artwork panel.
- Drag the graphics file directly over the blank Artwork well in the Multiple Song Information dialog.
- Click OK to make the change.
- A warning message displays: Are you sure you want to change the artwork for multiple items?
- Click Yes to change the artwork.
- iTunes adds the artwork for the entire album.
- To remove the artwork from a song, view the artwork in a larger window, or resize the artwork, choose File, Get Info and click the Artwork tab. You can add a different image, add several images, delete the images with the Add or
- Delete buttons, or resize images with the size slider.
- You can remove the artwork for an entire album by opening the Multiple Song Information dialog (choose File, Get
- Info after selecting the album), enabling the Artwork field, and then clicking OK. Because you haven’t added anything to the Artwork field, iTunes replaces the artwork with nothing, effectively deleting the artwork.
Hopefully these stepwise methods did resolve your problem; Add Album Artwork to iTunes, Album Artwork not showing in iTunes.
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