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BeoSound 5 No Album Cover

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faithman1_21124
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faithman1_21124 posted on Sat, Apr 24 2021 1:00 AM

I ripped a commercial CD to my laptop.  All of the metadata appears as it should except for the album cover.  I ran the ripped CD through the Bliss Music Tagger and was unsuccessful in acquiring the album cover.  I was really surprised!  I drag-and-dropped the ripped CD to my BeoMaster 5.  Everything is fine except the album cover is missing.

 I created a .jpg file of the album cover on my PC.  Is it possible or does anyone know how to add a .jpg file to the ripped CD so that it shows up on my BeoSound 5?   I ripped my CD using Windows Media Player, as I have done in the past.  Or am I trying to achieve the impossible?  If it is possible, can you explain it in layman's terms....

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Carolpa
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faithman1_21124:
Or am I trying to achieve the impossible?  If it is possible, can you explain it in layman's terms....
Possible

You need to use a program like MP3tag or EZ Meta Tag Editor. Then you can adjust all meta data embedded in a music file, including the Albumcover. 

play around with one off these programs and come back for additional questions 

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I used the EZ Metadata Tag Editor.  I went online and googled for the album cover.  Then created a .jpg file of the album cover on my desktop.  I used the EZ Metadata Editor to put the album cover with the metadata.  IT WORKED!!  Thank you so much... 

Carolpa
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faithman1_21124:

I used the EZ Metadata Tag Editor. I went online and googled for the album cover. Then created a .jpg file of the album cover on my desktop. I used the EZ Metadata Editor to put the album cover with the metadata. IT WORKED!! Thank you so much...

both proposed programs can do the searching/adding for you. Only for obscure cd’s you have to add info yourself

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I have mostly used Media Monkey to Tag all my cd’s.

It’s very easy to use. Including embedding cover on each music file.
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gerard replied on Wed, May 26 2021 5:09 PM

Did some of you achieve to have "The Beatles" audio files sorted under artist "B" and not "T" ?

Look at my post HERE to understand what I mean.

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