Add miss­ing al­bum art in iTunes

Fill gaps to make your iTunes li­brary more beau­ti­ful

Mac Format - - 2016 -

1. Set up an app

Down­load and open Al­bum Art­work As­sis­tant (­bu­mar­tas­sist). Choose Al­bum Art­work As­sis­tant > In­stall iTunes Ap­pleScript. Once done, switch to iTunes. Se­lect the al­bum with miss­ing art­work and then choose Scripts > Find with Al­bum Art­work As­sis­tant.

2. Add art­work

A new win­dow will open to a list of po­ten­tial im­age matches – look for the one with the largest di­men­sions (ideally 500x500 pix­els or greater), then click Add Im­me­di­ately and it’ll be added to all the tracks that are listed above, which come from your se­lec­tion in iTunes.

3. Ad­vanced tips

If the al­bum’s ti­tle is too generic, you may need to tweak your search terms (try adding the artist name). Also, beware ti­tles like ‘Great­est Hits’, which will pull in all match­ing tracks re­gard­less of artist. If nec­es­sary, se­lect tracks you don’t want to change and choose Edit > Delete.

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