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Store multiple images per album with iTunes4 Apps
For those who're a little obsessive about our music, and have iPhoto albums full of photos taken at live gigs, or pictures downloaded from the net...

iTunes' Artwork feature can hold multiple images per track. I've added a load of photos from live performances, etc. to my favourite artists. Now, wherever I plug in my iPod, I've got music, album art, magazine scans and photos of myself and friends at gigs, all linked to the tracks themselves. You can flick through the pictures using the arrow buttons on the Artwork panel - and don't forget you can manage the images from the Get Info dialog box.
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Store multiple images per album with iTunes4
Authored by: zedwards on May 02, '03 10:57:20AM

Wow, that is obsessive ;)
So does that make a 4 MB file into a 10 MB file?



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Store multiple images per album with iTunes4
Authored by: jaxon on May 02, '03 03:23:19PM

So how do you delete individual images once they are stored?



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Store multiple images per album with iTunes4
Authored by: Gordon Werner on May 02, '03 04:33:27PM

Select the track in the track list ... hit cmnd-I (get info) and click on the artwork tab ... if you have more than one image associated with a track, select the one you want to delete and hit the delete key.



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Warning: this can make the file *much* larger!
Authored by: jiclark on May 03, '03 12:51:31PM
I don't know why, but when dragging images to files in iTunes from Safari (and particularly from the large images available at WalMart.com), you can increase the file size for individual MP3s by hundreds of kilobytes. Of course, YMMV, but beware nonetheless... Good luck, John-o

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