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Here are some simple methods that can help you solve the problem of using Winamp to download album art.
PC running slow?
Select this image and click “Open”. Copy / Paste Cover – Search the Internet for the image you want to use as the album cover. Right-click the image and select Copy Image from the context menu. Go back to Winamp and hit “Paste” and it could be the “Insert Graphics” button to add the symbol you just copied.
If the image is known as “cover.jpg”, try renaming it to “folder.jpg”. (Or maybe it should be “albumart.jpg” for droids … I’m checking it out and details may be revised in this post again soon
If you have Windows 7 Vista Win8, use the folder search.
* Connect Android phone to real PC.
* Using Windows Explorer, open your Android device and locate the music folder.
* Open your tracks folder so you can see any artist you see in the folder.
* Now use the Windows search box in the upper right corner of the search box to find all artwork in music folders with * .jpg.
* Rename every latest JPG to .jpg folder
This is the trick I use on my Blackberry to make the shopping chart visible. There are so many options for preserving artwork in my music library on PC. I still think it’s faster to finally fix the quick rename this way after copying to new albums.
(I also need to make sure you do the same with playlists, as my beloved Blackberry doesn’t recognize that the file should have * .m3u8 and then it needs to be named * .m3u. The search box is very useful for this.)
Ah … I wonder … maybe this is an allied droid problem. I just came across this cute thread while searching. Note that someone on HTC just finds that their artwork is randomly available whether they are displayed or not. But the moment he renamed the MP3 cover file and thought, the cover came to life. What follows is the theory that there is a database that needs to be updated.
There is probably another “correct” way to force the library to load, but it seems like a wonderful clue. And a body that is very light test by renaming each folder.
Ok … the more I search, the more confusing it gets. Looks like androids can go a little crazy. If the music is not changed via Android My Sync, it will sound complicated and confusing. Obviously this database does not check for updates.
Some blame the MP3 ID3v2 terms. In these cases, you completely removed the ID3v2 tag, saved the archive, and then restored that identical tag.
Some have explicitly indicated comments in their ID3v2 tags and also felt they should be removed.
I probably won’t be surprised if the messed up tags are enough for Android to usually update this database with images.
Another solution pointed to the “album preview” file on the droid. For a woman, this art was considered “bad” and therefore superimposed on her newly selected work of art. Now he is in this folder, deleted the “bad” albums needed to dial, and restarted the phone.
(This question really should be in every new thread, as I think this type of research is not so much about the sculpting function How many Winamp covers, how much about a droid … and as a result, others undoubtedly had problems. The Android section of this forum? )
Add Illustrations To Your Album
How do I get album art in Winamp?
Accessing and editing Winamp album coversDouble-click music formats in your library. The song will most likely display album art, if applicable, and song information. If there is no method, select the song by clicking on it in the playlist editor, right-click on “Show File Information” – you can also use the Alt + 3 keyboard shortcut.
Picture 3 comments – adding album art to media. Using Winamp Personal Records
Open the application. Once the installation is complete, click the secret icon on your desktop.
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