Updating the artwork for an album in iTunes for good old fashioned music files stored on your Mac used to be a pretty painless procedure and it was often an automatic process.
I haven’t even used iTunes for some years but it is really sad to see this once capable Mac app become a dumbed down and castrated version of what it used to be.
The only reason I’m even firing it is to load up an iPod to be used in a car that allocates a lot of display space to album art. So I want to update all of the artwork if possible. Unfortunately this function that used to be in iTunes is no longer there.
So does anyone know of a good way using an app to run a batch check on a music library to search for missing art work and update each file if it’s missing? I remember there being a lot of these about until iTunes made it a standard feature (now removed).