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Step 1: Open iTunes and have your iPod connected to your PC.
Step 2: Press Ctrl and 'A' at the same time for Windows, or Command and 'A' in Mac and all your songs will be highlighted.
Step 3: Right click and choose "Get Album Artwork"
Step 4: After the progress bar is done. Go to the left side of your screen and select your iPod.
Step 5: Right click and choose sync. After it is done, it will get all the album art on there.
Tip: if you want a larger image, just google it, just like this sample.And another thing, you don't need to save all the artworks on your computer, just copy-paste will do (refer number 6 below). Just make the artwork available for you to copy from your internet browser. Now that you have the correct artwork, here's what you need to do next: Take note that the procedure will be the same for both Mac and Windows. 1. Open iTunes.
2. Select Music.
3. Right-click on the song where you want to add/replace the album artwork.
4. Select "Get Info" to open the song properties.
5. Select the "Artwork" tab, which happens to be the last tab.
6. Add the correct artwork or delete any wrong artwork that you see there and replace it, by clicking "Add..." button and locating the correct artwork from your computer. Another way of adding/replacing the artwork is to open the correct album artwork from your files or like I've mentioned above, straight from the internet (thru google or wherever), right click on the image and select "Copy". and then go back to song properties on iTunes and paste it by clicking CTRL-V (control, then V) from Windows keyboard or Command-V (command, then V) from Mac keyboard. 7. Finally, click the "Ok" button to save your changes. Adding or replacing lyrics will take the same steps except that there is no "Add..." button there, only copy-paste or type it yourself. Tip: it'll be easier if you do all of these stuffs simultaneously.
8. After you've fixed the song properties, sync your iPhone / iPod Touch to iTunes. And you're all done! Congratulations!
Click on "Advanced" which is found at the top of the screen. Select "Get Album Artwork" from the drop down menu. It will ask you "Are you sure you want to get album artwork?" Hit "Get Album Artwork". Before you do that, you can select "Don't ask me again" if you don't want this to pop up in the future.
Wait until it is done searching for the artwork. A window will pop up saying that it either found all artwork or they didn't. If they did, then great, your done, plug in your iPod and start jamming. But if they didn't, you can still jam away, but check the song title, album name, artist, and genre to see if you got it typed in correctly. Type in what they are supposed to be and try again.
If they still can't find it, then you can add them manually. Look at the link below to find out how to do it manually.
If Itunes wont find the art work:
Find the artwork for the album on the internet. Try using Wikipedia. Click on the artwork to get a larger image. If you can't find it there, I'm sure you can find it using Google images. Anyway, once you find it drag it to your desktop. Make sure it is on there before you continue.
Next, you need to highlight the songs that are in the album you are getting artwork for. To highlight multiple songs, click on the first song and then while holding the shift key click on the last song. To highlight multiple songs that aren't grouped together, click on all the songs while holding the command key on a Mac and ctrl key on a PC.
Now go to "File" then "Get Info". A window will pop up asking you if you want to edit multiple items. Click "Yes". Another window will pop up labeled "Multiple Item Information". You will notice a box on the right hand side of the window that says "Artwork". Click and drag the artwork that is on your desktop into that box. It should appear there. When it does, select "Ok".
When it is done processing, plug your iPod into the computer, sync it, and take your iPod out to start listening to your improved music.
Go to the sytem Settings menu and go to this option:
Display Art in Lists
Enabling this feature displays a small image of the song album cover, audiobook
cover, and photos when scrolling through list of these items.
1. Scroll down to Display Art in Lists and select it.
2. Use thumbwheel to switch between On (enable) and Off (disable).
If changing this option to enable fials to resolve the issue, the solution is a bit painful: You will have to manually add the artwork to each single song within an album in Windows Media Player 11, delete the song that is missing the artwork off your sansa, and re-add the songs again after you are done manually ediitng the artwork.
Manually add album art (WMP 11) 1. Run WMP. 2. Click Library on the top bar. 3. Select and right-click the file(s) you wish to update and select Advanced Tag Editor. 4. Click the Picture tab, then click Add. 5. Navigate to the image you wish to use for album art then click Open. 6. Click Apply then OK.
I'm assuming you are refering to the auto tracing function of the program. Customiser 11000 is a very limited layout and editing program, it's digitising function is extremely limited.
What is never explained satisfactorily to the purchaser, is the requirement for exceptionally clean artwork. Scanned photographs, colouring book images etc are not clean artwork. You need vector clip art, optomised clip art you find on the web is too "dirty" and needs a great deal of "cleaning" in a graphics program. Use the WMF import function and source a decent supply of WMF clip art. Most commercial clip art collections offer WMF as an option as do the clip art for digitisers sites.
Another reason for your program freezing could be an underpowered video display card, if your computer has a shared graphics card you're underpowered. Also your Ram, Customiser 11000 is a CAD based program which uses a lot of ram playground and a lot of your display cards muscle, whatever the programs specs are, triple them.
Check which version of the program you have, then visit Janome global, select downloads, software , and see if you have the latest version, if not, download the newest version.
You open iriver plus3, right click on the song you want the album artwork for and click properties. Before this you have to get tha album artwork and put it into documents or something. Now see the picture of a square and click on the button on the left. Now open the picture of the album artwork you want and now click save tag on the bottom right of the property box.
I used MediaMonkey I have successfully encoded over 1000 mp3 with the album artwork interlaced in the ID3 tag. The only issue I have now is that some of the artwork shows up and some doesn't? If I open the same music in a media player that supports album artwork it shows up fine?