Album Art in iPod Touch, without iTunes account

January 4, 2008 at 2:18 pm (iPhone, iPod Touch, Technical Stuffs) (, , , , , , , )

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3 Comments

  1. dermapthera said,

    Someone asked me if there is a need to attach every single song with an album art, I would say yes. Although you can “mass edit” by selecting multiple items (holding the CTRL button), right click and select “Get Info”, then change the album art. Good luck!

  2. Nick said,

    You dont need all the art, and if you multi select you cannot edit the album art for more than one although if there is more than one song in the ablum they will all be updated.

  3. dermapthera said,

    Erm, to answer that, I’ve tried. When I only updated one, yes in CoverFlow it shows the album art (yey!) but when I choose another song within the same album, it shows a grey music icons (haiz…)

    So I guess it’s safer to update all the related album’s songs with one album art. That way, when you choose another song within the same album, you won’t get the defaulted icon.

    Good luck!

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