How to Get Album Artwork on an iPod

How to Get Album Artwork on an iPod


How to Get Album Artwork on an iPod. You can easily identify the album of the song
you’re listening to on your iPod, iPod nano, or iPod touch by adding cover art to your
portable music player. You will need iTunes iTunes Store membership
Internet access and saved images. Step 1. Join the Apple iTunes Store. Once you’re a member, you can select all of
your songs from List View in iTunes, right-click on the selection, and then select Get Album
Artwork. If you want to add artwork for a full album
in your playlist, go to Album View, right-click on the first song, and select Get Album Artwork. Since iTunes will likely not carry every album
in your collection, you may get a message saying “Could not get artwork for some albums.” Step 2. Manually add artwork by going to Album Flow
View from the View menu in iTunes or by clicking on the farthest right button of the three
next to the “search” field. Step 3. Select all of the songs in which you’d like
artwork. The bottom left area of the screen shows a
box titled “Selected Item” over a white field that says, “Drag Album Artwork Here.” If you don’t see the “Drag Artwork Here” box,
click the far right button in the lower left corner of the screen. The button’s icon is a box with an up arrow
in it and activates the “Show or hide artwork or video viewer.” Step 4. Enter the name of the album and artist into
a search engine and find images of the album artwork. Step 5. Right-click on the album image and select
Copy Image. Then go to iTunes and right-click on the Drag
Artwork Here field. Select Paste, and the cover art will be pasted
to the Drag Artwork Here field and into the blank field above the album title and artist
in the Cover Flow. Step 6. Use images on your computer by highlighting
the first song of the album, right-clicking on the highlighted area, and selecting Get
Info. Then click on the Artwork tab, click Add,
and find the artwork you want to use. Select the image, click OK, and the image
will appear as the album artwork. Step 7. Copy your music from iTunes to your iPod — or
sync your iPod — and all of your album artwork will be visible on your iPod screen. Did you know As of early 2010, the Black Eyed
Peas pop hit “I Gotta Feeling” was the top-selling digital song in history.

Dereck Turner

18 thoughts on “How to Get Album Artwork on an iPod

  1. Deni Shterev says:

    2nd πŸ™

  2. freddchen1231 says:

    3 :(((

  3. EchoOddity says:

    im stealing 7th

  4. Jason AQY says:

    icarly

  5. Teresa N says:

    1:35 o.O He just typed in "BOOB" perv =__=

  6. Michael Vazquez says:

    thumbs up if you saw what image he typed in

  7. Stefani France says:

    1:13 the first highlighted song, BellyBitton? really?

  8. Aquamarine560 says:

    Man i already figured this out.
    You can just google the album cover for the song,
    save it,
    right click the song,
    click get info,
    click the artwork tab,
    and click add.

  9. toe951 says:

    @Aquamarine560 i have like 700 songs that will take forever!! -__-

  10. Aquamarine560 says:

    @toe951 That's why I do it by installment. XD

  11. Mudashiru Yusuf says:

    You guys are so excellent,thanks a million.

  12. xXDollaXx says:

    Awsume, Thanks.

  13. Explicity says:

    itunes store membership wtf? it's an itunes store account :S

  14. Jacob Wasechek says:

    The CDs got album artwork on my iPod but not in lock mode I have a fourth gen iPod touch eight gig please help it worked about a week ago and yesterday I downloaded 2 new albums with artwork tonight by tobymac had some

  15. FukNirvana says:

    this shit if fukn stupid!!! the video fukn says
    GET ALBUM ARTWORK ON AN IPOD….i came gere for help on fuxing the glitch that took away all my artwork, not to "GET ALBUM ARTWORK ON ITUNES" fuk this video is fukn gayy!

  16. childpredatormissile says:

    damn i need a computer with internet……….;/ oh well i guess ill just use my computer offline……

  17. Robo Q-Man says:

    This is NOT how to get album art onto the iPod when you copy music to it! Please change the title….. πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ πŸ™„ Worthless!

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