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iTunes 11 for Windows: Add artwork to songs and other items

Add artwork to songs and other items

Music and video you buy from the iTunes Store comes with its own artwork. You can add your own artwork to songs and other items in your library.

You can add many popular types of still image files, including JPEG, PNG, GIF, TIFF, and Photoshop. You must convert WAV files to another format before you can add artwork to them.

Album artwork for the currently playing item appears to the left of the progress bar. To view album artwork at a larger size in a separate window, click the artwork.

Add artwork to music and video

Do any of the following:

  • Add artwork to one item at a time:

    1. Select an item in your iTunes library and choose File > Get Info.

    2. Click Artwork and do one of the following:

      • Click Add, select an image file, and click Open.

      • Drag the art file to the artwork area.

    3. To add artwork to another item, click Next or Previous.

  • Add the same artwork to multiple items: Select the items, choose File > Get Info, click Info, and drag an image file to the Artwork area.

  • Retrieve album artwork for songs in your library from the iTunes Store: Control-click the songs and choose Get Album Artwork from the pop-up menu.

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