Cover art (sometimes also called 'album art') really improves your digital music experience. It makes it
easier to navigate your music collection because it's easy to recognise
albums. Plus cover art can be a great talking point when you show your music collection off to your friends!
Is cover art not displaying in your music collection? The first reason might be that art is missing from your music library.
If art is missing, you could go and find
the art yourself, then use a music tagger like MP3Tag to install it for you. But for 100s or 1000s of albums, that's a lot of work. bliss finds
it online automatically using reputable databases to ensure high quality matches.
What if you know you have the art, but it just isn't displaying in your music player? There are a number of possible
reasons. Different music players have different rules. Some require art to be
embedded within music files. Others only allow art which is of a
desired resolution or data size.
By configuring your cover art rule within bliss, you can state how large or small your art should be and make sure all of your existing
art also complies!
Take a look at the quick start cover art tutorial.
You can also manually change art, either from a list of suggestions bliss finds automatically, or by uploading your own art or providing a URL.
When music is added or updated, bliss automatically assesses any new albums to make sure they have cover art, finding and installing any missing art, and
letting you know if it cannot. bliss works in the background, unobtrusively watching your music collection. bliss has a Web based
user interface, which means it is accessible from anywhere on your network, or even across the world.
And it's not just cover art. bliss also organizes music files and
fills in missing tags.
Genre categorisation rules allow
you to take control of your MP3 genres!