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Album Art?

Discussion in 'All Other Brands of Wireless Phones' started by hme83, Nov 28, 2007.

  1. hme83

    hme83 Bronze Senior Member
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    Has anyone put album art on their W580i (or another SE phone)?

    I've added album art to my music tracks (I think) in Windows Media Player - the album art appears when the track is playing on my pc. But when I copy the music over to the W580i, the album cover doesn't appear, although I do have the player's visualization setting turned on for "album art".

    Any ideas on what I'm doing wrong? Thanks!
     
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    Update: :)

    Just in case anyone else is interested, I finally did it!! I was told you could add album art via Windows Media Player, but apparently when using it I wasn't getting the art added to the individual tracks.

    I got the standard version of MediaMonkey player (free), and it worked well. It was pretty intuitive and easy to use: You just search for the album info. under "tools", there is an option to save the image to the tag, and make sure you have the box checked to apply album art to all tracks (under "edit album art properties" in the album art section) to eliminate having to tag each track separately.

    Hope this helps someone else "waste" their storage space too! :biggrin:
     
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    Thank you so much! After days of searching, your post helped me figure it out! so thanks
     
  4. hme83

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    You're welcome!

    I'm glad it was helpful for someone else - I spent quite a bit of time "bound and determined" to figure it out as well. ;)

    Welcome to WA!!
     
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