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Find Music Artwork Using Google Images – Google Search is one of the most useful services provided by Google. They’ve managed to extend its usefulness in a very subtle and unobtrusive manner. At first, you might not notice it, but Google Imager is a small but useful tool that will enable you to automatically find artwork for your music files. When you run it, it prompts for a folder that should contain any number of folders corresponding to artists. Each artist’s folder should contain an album subdirectory, which in turn contains the music. Album names that contain a year prefix will ignore the year. To find images: you click on an album in the left pane, then either click on the small preview box (if there is already artwork) to keep it, or select an image in the web browser pane. It will auto-advance to the next album. It creates a folder.jpg in each album’s folder which can then be later processed to put into the media’s tags.
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The images are all automatically created from the available artwork in the album folder. Just drag a folder containing your music to the input pane. After the album list loads, just drag your music folders into the order you want them to be scanned.
Note that any artwork in the input folders that has a year in the album name will be ignored (because the year/prefix is ignored). So if you have any albums with artwork that has a year in it like “1999 Imager”, put them in a folder with no year in it, i.e. “Imager” instead of “Imager 1999”.
You can use the “Browse” button and browse to the albums on your system in the desired order.
The input folder can contain any number of music folders (not just albums). You can break the albums up into logical groupings if there are so many.
If the input folder contains tracks that don’t have album art, they will be ignored and won’t be placed in the scanning queue.
The goal is to scan the artwork, so not copying files is fine.
There is an actual program named ‘Google Imager’ available for download. You can find out about it here:
Basically it takes the folder you specified in the input and goes through each file and looks for artwork, and if found, collects the images into the folders you specified. The downside to this is that it must be able to find artwork for the entire folder. If there is any artwork that cannot be found or is corrupt, it will hang or crash. But it is a tool that is out there and may be of use to you.
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It’s an internet explorer plugin, that enables you to automatically find artworks of music files by searching for the artist.
It works quite well. All you need to do is paste a special link into the search box, and it will be used to search for artworks. It normally takes 2-3 tries to find an artwork (sometimes it takes a lot of tries if it’s a bad match).
It’s free, open source, and can be downloaded here:
Many people have made this useful tool.
Here’s the site where it can be downloaded:
You need a Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 10 OS.
The program runs a search for the artist and then creates an album folder, and puts an album.jpg in each folder (the files become the artists album art).
To find the right images you will need to open your web browser, and do a search for the artist you are looking for. Once you have images, either right-click (or control click) and then select “create slideshow”.
The program also ignores a year that is prefixed in the artist name.
You can use this tool as a way of accessing your images.
You can edit the artist by clicking on it in the left pane and clicking on the edit button. (this modifies the *.xml file).
You can set Google’s folder preferences (e.g. use All Google results, not just Images) by clicking the Settings button on the toolbar.
While the images are being processed, it will open your browser and use your web browser for finding images.
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It search on internet and on some local directory and it create the appropriate album.
Also it added support for mp3, mp4, m4a, m4b, zip, ogg and flac file types.
It works well: works when I pass it a folder with a lot of artist images and lots of album art; it correctly found all the images and all the albums, and I’ve gotten it to add the correct album titles and image names.
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“Google Image searches your hard drive for a list of album art. When you find the art for a song you want to organize, drag it to the top of the list in a preview window for quick easy uploading.”
Please note: Google Imager does not search the web for images for you. If you want this function, it’s better to use TinEye or Digital Rainbow.
Answers to the following questions are in the files in the topmost album folder, but a few notes:
How many artists?
Albums in a folder can have different numbers of artists. I typically make a folder for each artist. For example,…/John/Hells/Albums/Bon Iver/For Emma, Forever Ago.
How many albums?
If you have only one album, you might put it in its own folder…./John/Hells/Albums/Bon Iver. Then the stack is…/John/Hells/Albums/Bon Iver/For Emma, Forever Ago.
How many songs?
This goes along the lines of how many artists. In…/John/Hells/Albums/Bon Iver/For Emma, Forever Ago, there are 27 songs. But I have…/John/Hells/Albums/2:04pm/For Emma, Forever Ago/Godspeed.
Use location names?
If you have multiple locations or multiple variants, it will only work if you have the one location that contains all the music. If you can’t pull that off (say, several CDs go with the same artist but with different artwork), just use location name. I don’t recommend using location names as the only factor.
The name of the album is in the playlist.xml.
Artist name is right above the album name in the playlist.xml, or for help with the file’s location, you can see song locations
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