Originally Posted by SelfGovern
I found it easier to delete the original and re-rip the CD. No fuss, no muss...
That's what I do... See procedure below:POST #69
Album "X" has the incorrect/messed-up cover art.
Do I really have to:
-page through the album track by track pressing "find info".
-If the correct cover art is found, Select that art; At which point the machine separates the track out as new album (?).
-Delete album "X"
, which is now incomplete because of the missing track. Then delete the new "album" which is the single track used to download the correct cover art.
-Re-rip album "X"
. Then "Edit Info" of album "X"... PAGING THROUGH 1600+ ALBUM COVERS (WHY does the machine show each cover TWICE; turning an 800 CD collection into 1600 button presses?) because the machine only scrolls from front to back (1st cover entered to last). The machine does not have the ability to scroll from first to last by scrolling to the left instead of the right? I mean come on...
Please tell me I'm doing something wrong, and it is not this stupid/difficult.
More basic questions:
- Is gracenote the only way to find/edit cover art? If the info/art is incorrect are there any other online options? Please describe in detail.
- WHY does the machine show each downloaded cover TWICE (when in EDIT MODE- NOT Normal Play mode)? Is there a way to delete all of the redundant duplications? Although paging through 800+ CDs sucks, its much better than 1600.
- Is there a way to fast/quick page through album art to get to last cover entered quickly?