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Updating mp3 file info
Open the album for which you want to add the missing information. Windows Media Player will start a wizard that will help you find and update the missing album information.
I've tried going into Now Playing,more options & ticking Connect to the Internet,it's not that either. I've been working here for hours to get the correct album art just to find that the image I've pasted onto one album has also pasted onto many others. If so, let me know because I'm getting REALLY frustrated!
Sometimes it takes time for the album art to appear.
When I restart it,it downloads the rest of the CD but it won't allow me to find or update the album info.
And when I go into library to do it manually,the album is not in internet connection is fine,so I really don't know what is happening. I've been able to copy and paste album art without a problem BUT it doesn't always "stick"--what's going on?
Then, open Windows Media Player, navigate through your music library and find that specific album.
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To add the album art, just drag and drop the covers on top of the album. Either way, the next time you open that album in Windows Media Player, you will be able to see the covers.
Related articles: Windows Media Player 11 Windows Media Player 11 Keyboard shortcuts How to burn an Audio CD If you're editing a LOT of information in music files, a VERY useful utility program to have handy is Tag&Rename. One of the nice features TR is that if you use the Multi-File Tag Editor tab, and click the Edit All Supported Tag Fields, you can embed the album image into the file.
I've used this on obscure recordings that don't always show up in the various online databases, for podcasts, and for private or self-published recordings.
Later on, I found out that even i Tunes didn't catch the changes. MP3 foresees "RATING MM" and "RATING WMP" tags, but these aren't used by i Tunes (to the best of knowledge).
How can I force i Tunes to reread the MP3 files in order to make the changed meta data visible in i Tunes? When I play an MP3, i Tunes also catches the changes. But, there are a few exceptions: If you don't have Read/Write permissions your changes will not "take." WAV files cannot store metadata within the file. Rating) is stored in the library, not in the song file. So i Tunes stored the ratings inside it's own library.