Updating album art in itunes
You can see the artwork in the lower-left corner of the i Tunes window by clicking the Show/Hide Artwork button.
The artwork changes for each song or album that you select.
To add the same image as artwork for an entire album of songs (rather than just individual songs), select the album in Browse view first (or select all the songs in the album in song list view), and then drag the image file into the artwork viewing area. When you add a check mark to a field, i Tunes assumes you want that field changed in all the selected songs. Drag the graphics file directly over the blank Artwork well in the Multiple Song Information dialog. Because you haven’t added anything to the Artwork field, i Tunes replaces the artwork with nothing, effectively deleting the artwork.
You can also add the artwork to an album while editing multiple songs at once. In Browse view, select the album in your i Tunes library. Choose File, Get Info or press Command-I (Mac) or Ctrl-I (PC). Make sure that no other check box is selected except Artwork.
The way you do this depends on whether you're using a Mac or a PC. Now it's time to update i Tunes (these instructions assume you already have Apple Software Update open).
You may want to go back to the previous one, but can you?
The Album Art Downloader is a program designed to make life easier for anyone who wishes to find and update their album art for their music collection.
The first thing you want to do is find album art for your music and for the sake of keeping things organized, you might want to save it all to the same folder.If you host your media somewhere else, enter the download URL into web-sniffer.net, switch request type to “HEAD,” and look for “Accept-Ranges: bytes.” 1,400 × 1,400 always seemed like an odd size to me, until Apple updated the Podcasts app for i OS to somewhere around version 1.1.In this and later versions running on a Retina i Pad, cover art displays at 1,400 × 1,400 pixels when you have the podcast playing and the i Pad vertically oriented.Unfortunately, you don’t get free artwork like this when you rip an audio CD — the discs aren’t manufactured with digital cover art stashed somewhere on an empty track.With a scanner, however, you can scan the cover art and save it in a graphics format that i Tunes (and its underlying graphics technology, Quick Time) understands — JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, or Photoshop. To remove the artwork from a song, view the artwork in a larger window, or resize the artwork, choose File, Get Info and click the Artwork tab.