#1
iTune's doesn't save it to the ID3 tags, so I'm looking for a program that will download, save, and then write the location of the album art to the ID3 tag.


I've used Google but haven't found anything good.
#2
That's weird, because my iTunes saves the album art to the ID3 tag. Maybe it's just because I have a mac, but you should check the settings and preferences and stuff.
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It does some weird **** where it puts two weird cymbals in front of random albums, which irritates me to the point of not using it.
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It does some weird **** where it puts two weird cymbals in front of random albums, which irritates me to the point of not using it.


...

wut?
#7
I use amazon to get album covers, google images works to.
Most albums come with the covers anyway,
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I use amazon to get album covers, google images works to.
Most albums come with the covers anyway,


Not the way I acquire them, but we're not debating that.
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like the person above said i also just look em up on amazon.
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For every album?

That's a bit too time consuming.


ya it would take a lot of time for a lot of albums but its not like i put ten on at once.
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#16
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For every album?

That's a bit too time consuming.

Just use google images. Its not time consuming unless your uploading like 1324 albums at a time.
#17
I have 306 albums on my computer right now and I found the cover art for each one.

A program that did that would be kind of annoying, because it would probably come up with a bunch of low-res images, and there would probably be lots of stuff it would have trouble finding.

If you're the type of person who's picky about keeping their music organized like that (which I can relate to, as I definitely am) you're going to have to put some work into it.
#18
I'm with Sargasm
I found the art for 1500 or so albums when I got iTunes because I had the same problem
(oh how I wish Winamp worked with 6th Gen iPods...)

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Quote by sargasm
I have 306 albums on my computer right now and I found the cover art for each one.

A program that did that would be kind of annoying, because it would probably come up with a bunch of low-res images, and there would probably be lots of stuff it would have trouble finding.

If you're the type of person who's picky about keeping their music organized like that (which I can relate to, as I definitely am) you're going to have to put some work into it.

+1

That's why I use Google.

I like to have at LEAST a 300x300 pic, and preferrably a 500x500.

Anything bigger is fine, but it's just wasting space.
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#20
When i used cover flow on itunes I needed 300X300 or higher but now I used album view and anything bigger than 200X200 usually looks good enough.
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Cover Flow was also a reason why I wanted a larger pic.

Also, I keep pics of the album cover in the bottom left corner, and anything smaller than 300x300 just looked..... off. =/
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