iTunes: How to Manually Add Album Art

Posted May 16, 2009 by Rob Rogers in Apple Mac

You will find that sometimes the album art for your music is missing or incorrect. You can manually add an image to fix this.

1. Open iTunes and go to your Music Library. View it in Grid View so that all of your albums are displayed.

2. Right-click the album whose album art you wish to change. Select Get Info.

3. When asked if you are sure you want to edit information for multiple items, click the Yes button.

4. Go to the Artwork section and double-click on it.

5. Browse to the desired album art and click the Open button.

6. The songs will be updated with the new album art and it will then be displayed in your Music Library.

 

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  • Randi

    You can often find album art on the artist’s website, and a simple Ctrl-C from the site and a Ctrl-V in the Artwork screen gets it there very quickly.

  • Thanks for making things possible for me, I truly appreciate it!

  • Mitch

    THIS IS THE BEST!!!! IT REALLY WORKED!!!! \:D/ THANK YOU SO MUCH!! 🙂 YOU ARE TRULY A GREAT HELP! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! 😉