1) The first thing we’re going to need to do, quite obviously, is find an image of the album cover. Google Images is a great source to find these images.Another site that is great for album artwork is 2) You’ll need to save the image somewhere that is easily accessible. 3) Once the image is saved, you’ll need to re-open i Tunes.
This will bring up a blank white square to which to add your album artwork.
5) You have two options here – you can drag and drop the file from its location into the white square, or you can click the “Add” button and locate the image through a Finder window.
6) Click “Ok” and you’ll be taken back to i Tunes, and you will see your file(s) with the proper album artwork.
Every once and a while you may have noticed that i Tunes does not have the proper album artwork for the music you have imported.
In some cases, it may not have the album artwork at all.
It can be annoying (especially if you’re someone like me who is particularly anal about keeping their i Tunes library organized) when you’re scrolling through your album artwork and see a bunch of blank spaces.
1) Simply perform a right-click on the songs(s) with the missing artwork, and click “Get Album Artwork”.
After a few seconds, the album artwork should appear. Sometimes, however, this is not the case and you may need to enter the album artwork manually.
This step-by-step guide will walk you through this process.
So for this example, we will be working with ACDC’s High Voltage album.
After step one above failed to work, we are going to have to input the album artwork ourselves.