This association is subject to the availability of the information in the track files.Right-click the album art image and select ‘Copy’ from the context menu.This will bring up the Find album information window.Here you’ll see the existing information that Windows Media Player interpreted as correct on the left side.However, there was one album that I was trying to update art for through WMP, but the changes refuse to propagate to Groove.Even, if I pick a completely different image, it will always show the old image.By default, Windows Media Player will pull metadata, such as the title, artist, album, and cover art from the Internet.If you did not accept that default option during setup, we’ll need to turn the feature on first. On the Library tab, ensure that Retrieve additional information form the Internet is checked. Editing Metadata Now we’re ready to update some files.
If you don't see a match in the Amazon search area, you can type other search words, and at the bottom of the screen you'll see the matches the program makes.
In addition, I tried deleting and re-adding that album to my library, thinking it would force it to update, but now it just shows two instances of all the songs on that album, even if half of them can't play because they don't point to anything!
So right now, I have the wrong album art with too many track listings.
You can choose from a number of applications that take existing MP3 files and add album art to the MP3 metadata, which portable MP3 players and other players can then use. The free, basic version suits my needs just fine, but you can also choose the gold version, which requires registration.
After downloading and installing Media Monkey, you can add tracks via the File, "Add/Rescan tracks" menu option.