METHOD 1 - Manually add Album art using Windows Media Player 12 1.
Drag the picture you want to add to the Album Art icon. METHOD 2 - Manually add album art using Windows Media Player 11 1.
That’s all well and good when it gets it right, but there are many times when Windows Media Player 12 lists incorrect tags for your files or simply can’t find the right info.
When this happens, you need to know how to go in and correct the information. It’s a small form that contains the song’s title, artist, album, and other related information.
The arrows below each tab provide quick access to setting and options relevant to the task of that tab.
For instance, as shown in Figure 8.3, the arrow below the Now Playing tab provides the options for playback Enhancements as well as the capability to change the current Visualization.
METHOD 3 - Let WMP find the Album Info (WMP 10 and 11)1.
Select and right-click the file(s) you wish to update.
(Although current boxed editions of both players are around –.) Media Player 11 has a redesigned user interface, as shown in Figure 8.1, to make it easier for you to manage and enjoy your digital media.
The classic menus have been replaced by an organized tab system, making managing and viewing your digital media easier than ever.
Its talents include playing music and video files from online sources or local drives (including DVDs), playing online radio and TV stations, displaying specialized web pages, organizing your music files (MP3s and WMAs), burning music CDs, copying and syncing to portable MP3 players, and providing a conduit to online media shopping sites.
Windows Media Player can play the file types shown in Table 8.1.
To play an audio CD or DVD in Windows Media Player 11, follow these steps: To play an item stored on your hard disk, add it to the library following the instructions in the section "Adding Items from Your Computer to Your Library." After the item is added to the library, you can select the media you want to view by double-clicking it in the Library view.