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Discussion in 'General audio discussion' started by AaronsDad, Feb 13, 2016.

  1. AaronsDad

    AaronsDad Member

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    Hey everyone! I am in the process of ripping all of my cds onto the computer in aac format. I have noticed though that after I transfer them over to my androids SD card and play them the cd artwork isn't present. I have been using iTunes to rip the cds and add artwork to the folders. Would anyone happen to have any suggestions on what I may be doing wrong or what I could try differently? Any better programs? Thanks
     
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    Admiral_Smith Newbie

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    I use mp3tag.
    I extract the artwork from the MP3 and import it back using mp3tag
     
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    Check program settings for option to include artwork assuming there is one.Another & what i do on a pc is create folders of the albums & although the rips are flac (art included in ripped tracks).I include whatever type of cover (aka album art) i want in the folder & rename the cover to folder,the main reason i do this is for xbmc & kodi however it may work for you as when song plays the art work is displayed it should also display on the folder when browsing,tho since your using an android i have no idea if this option will work i spose it depends on the music player
     

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