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Album Artwork for Old Lessons!

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Album Artwork for Old Lessons!

Postby markystar » October 26th, 2007 2:40 pm

Mina-san,

Recently we started tagging lessons with Album Artwork that is viewable in iTunes, your iPod, Windows Media Player or any media player that supports Album Artwork. If you've already downloaded previous lessons, the artwork probably won't update automatically without a new download.

If you'd like to apply the artwork manually, it's really easy to do in iTunes!

1) Download the artwork to your desktop.
http://www.japanesepod101.com/images/itunes_logo.jpg

2) In your "Podcasts" directory, press CTRL-A (on Mac press ⌘-A) to select ALL.

3) Right click and select "Get Info" (on Mac press ⌘-I).

4) Drag the album artwork from the desktop into the Album Artwork Box.

5) Click OK.

Depending on your computer's speed, it may take a few minutes to update all the lessons.


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Re: Album Artwork for Old Lessons!

Postby Jason » October 30th, 2007 12:50 am

markystar wrote:2) In your "Podcasts" directory, press CTRL-A (on Mac press ⌘-A) to select ALL.

Um, be careful with that as if you have other podcasts other than jpod you'll be setting the album artwork for them, too. A safer way would be to click on just the podcast name (the one that has the triangle next to it), get info that one, and set the album artwork there.
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album artwork 101

Postby gerryboy » May 6th, 2009 11:31 pm

omg! i wish i had read this post sooner. thanks for the tip!!!


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