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I just have one minor problem. I use Audirvana on OSX. However, many of my albums do not have album art. Perfect Tunes Album Art is just what I need. As expected, when I „Fix” album art using Album Art, it creates the image file in the folder for the album, and embeds the art in each of the tracks.

But no image is associated with the whole album in Audirvana. I have to manually set the album’s image to the image file. Is there an additional step that Album Art could perform to automatically associate an image with the whole album as well as all the tracks?

Do you know how Audirvana associates an image with the album itself? Compatible with all audio formats, it can synchronize with multiple source folders. You can view and update the information about your music either manually or by using an automatic online search for missing data.

If you are a Mac user, you can also synchronize your iTunes Music library in the same manner. Folders may be directly stored on your computer, or on an external hard drive connected via USB or a network, on a NAS for example. Your stored files remain intact. The Replay Gain can also be applied to songs streamed from a partner service provided that it makes this information available, such as TIDAL. Metadata refers to the non-musical information contained in an audio file, for example the title, album, artist, composer, year, or cover artwork.

Metadata is essential for browsing, identifying, and sorting your music files. We wanted to give them the place they deserve in your musical experience. This includes a specific section dedicated to classical music with its dedicated information Soloist, Conductor, Ensemble, Instrument, Style and Period. I just do a google search on the artwork for an album and use Mp3tag to change the artwork. Mp3tag is free but I donate because I use it a lot. My understanding of iTunes is that it uses some sort of software to grab images from an online database.

If you place a file in the the same folder as the music files for each album, Audirvana will use that instead. With high res downloads, nowadays you should get a PDF of the album cover and notes in PDF form and as long as that is in with the music you should have no problem.

With other music sources such as CDs, you have to get the art yourself.



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You can also try MusicBrainz Picard. I saw that mentioned somewhere. I am running into the same issue using Windows10 version of Audirvana. Restarting software, computer, etc.

I try to again re-load and re-load the artwork again and again to no avail. These are primarily ALAC files. I do not currently use iTunes on this computer at all so syncing libraries is not an option. This topic was automatically closed days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed. Some albums and most album art not showing Library Management and iTunes. Thanks, Frank. Have you tried without adding spaces in your search? Anyhow upped the latency about 4 steps and it went away.

Sounds great now. Even upsampling works great and they even have a script to tune the mac for audio quality. Will be buying a license. I could play some albums and enjoy the playback, and then suddenly Amarra was starting to emit strong noise instead of playing the tracks. And there was no way to stop it from emitting this noise, even after a reboot of the Mac. Only an uninstallation of Amarra, and a fresh installation of the player, were making it playing tracks again.

But this was about a year and a half ago, when I tried it for the last time. They must have fixed some bugs, since you do not encounter this issue. Dante is awesome and that box is one of many out there these days. I also have some dacs that have a dante connection. The software works on macs and windows and for me it allows a dedicated music computer that is in another room and a separate computer for youtube or movies and still tie the sound to my main system.

Through software you can rout any computer to any device. Heck you could even do a multiroom system and play the same song through the whole house. To be clear though i didnt directly connect amarra to audirvana. I just noticed a difference with amarra so not really needing to go through the hoops to do a fair comparison.

One player is not forcefully a substitute for another. Most of us use many players. Between my Mac and my PC, I must have more than a dozen different players.

On windows i used hysolid for the last 3 years. Nothing else worked as well. And if windows would let me turn off updates i never would have stopped using it and got a mac.

On the Mac, I can not find a player that can satisfy me completely. Another important player that I use on my Mac is Swinsian. I use it for its excellent library management. In addition to that, I have some free or minimalistic players, like the Mac version of Foobar, Brio and Pine Player, that has a good sound.

It displays in capital letters the name of a group that is not tagged that way. So why A3. I agree with you. As far as I am aware, all music players worth their salt can deal with embedded cover art work. Some can as well deal with associated files as described by eyeala.

However, the naming convention for the associated files is not always consistent from one application to the next. For example, some will accept folder. I use Yate as a tag editor.

However, I believe you should be able to add the artist image to the tracks, and leave the album image in the folder for the audio software to pick up, maybe. It does not know to make the difference with another picture that you put inside the folder.