Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by TheManLouisianaFace, Sep 28, 2008.
To fill in the stuff itunes can't find?
But usually that's just for music w/ slightly wrong ID3 tags and shit
manually add them
I use google images for album art. If some tags are missing, I look it up on allmusic.com. Then I use Media Rage to edit the tags.
CoverScout Just tagged 1500 albums with it last week
There are 3rd party apps..
I'm gonna try these, I have 12,000+ songs in my library.
CoverScout is nice cause it allows you to list just albums missing artwork if you want. Then a simple double-click on one or more albums names and it searches Amazon for the artwork. If it finds an exact match it will automatically add it. If there are multiple results you select the one you want and it adds them. If Amazon doesn't have it then you can have it Google Image Search for it. Right click to select the graphic when you find it online. Works great.
I started when I moved all of my music over from CDs and then just kept up with it.
discogs.com for me.