Updating album art for windows
The Album Art Downloader is a program designed to make life easier for anyone who wishes to find and update their album art for their music collection.
The sources for the pictures can be defined by creating plugin scripts.
If your house is in order, great; but if you need a bit of help getting there, check out our previous post showing How to Clean Up and Fix Your Music Library with the Music Brainz Database.
Once your library is all neat, move on to the next step. This is what you’re supposed to see when running the application for the first time: This is the Search window.
Once you get used to that, the application is very easy to use.
Now that we’re all set, it’s time to point Album Art Downloader at our music collection and tell it what it should fetch. The File Browser is a separate window; that’s what’s odd about the Album Art Downloader interface – it uses lots of separate windows that pop up all over the place.
A file called “folder.jpg” (or .png, as the case may be) will be saved in the folder containing the album. Close the search window, and a new one will pop up, searching for the next album.