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Media player album art not updating

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The album information does not automatically appear (I have it set so it is supposed to appear automatically) and when I use the "find album info" I get the wrong information. I recently installed an app launcher, which requires me to type in the name of the app i want to run for the title designated (i.e.i can set an empty slot as i Tunes by typing in i as the location of the app).

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Next, open Windows Media Player and go to the Albums tab.I have the recording and track splitting part done, including saving the track information with taglib.I now need to add album art in a way that can be picked up by Media Player.I notice Media Player saves the album art in 2 hidden/system files in the album folder, which include a GUID in the file name.Is there some way I could work out the correct file name to use, and save my album art to the file?If you use Windows Media Player or the Music app (Windows 8 & 10), here’s how you can add album art to a music file and update its ID3 information without needing any extra apps.

The first thing you want to do is find album art for your music and for the sake of keeping things organized, you might want to save it all to the same folder.

If the information is missing for several tracks, they are likely to be bundled together into an ‘Unknown’ album. Windows Media Player will search online for the album and try to determine the year of release, track numbers for the respective songs, etc. Bonus: If you’ve started out with a track that has no ID3 information, or has most of it and you want to edit just a bit, open it in Windows Explorer.

Select the track and on the bottom ribbon, you will be able to edit the tags.

However, some of my apps could not be run, even though i was sure i typed in the...

Hi there, For some reason my WMP12 has stopped autofinding album information when i put the cd in and I have to right click on the cd and 'Find Album Info' manually for each cd...

Unless you start out with the mindset to keep things organized, you will eventually end up with some cleaning up to do later on.