Introduction: How to Add Image in Your Mp3 Music File

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So you have downloaded some of your favorite songs. But hey, wait! The front pic of the song! It's totally not cool.

But don't worry. We are here with a very cool tutorial on how you can change or add an image as per your choice on your favorite music. Check out the video. Here I am giving a quick step by step guide. So let's get started. ;)

Step 1: Download Mp3tag

In order to do this, you need to download mp3tag. It's a small, easy to use software. Click here to download the .exe file.

Once downloaded, run the .exe file and you can do the installation easily. Check the video if you wish.

Step 2: Create a Separate Folder for Music Playlist

If you wish to add a single image to all the songs in a particular playlist, keep them in a single folder. It will be better to work with it.

Step 3: Open Mp3tag and Change the Directory

Open mp3tag. If you follow the screenshots, then you will see that we have to change the directory in order to get the songs. So go to file > Change directory (or just press ctrl+D).

Select the directory/folder that you want. We have selected Pokemon. (We really like the songs :) )

Step 4: The Main Step

Press ctrl+A and select all the music files in that directory.

If you watch the video/ screenshot, there will be a square shaped icon in the lower left corner of the software. Right-click on it and click on Add cover. Then select the image you want to add.

Once it is done, don't click your cursor anywhere else and straight away click on save (see the video/screenshot).

It will save the file tags and you are done. :)

Step 5: Enjoy Your Music!

Now click on refresh button, close the software and go to the folder where you have the songs. Open it using VLC media player (the best in our view) or Windows Media Player. Enjoy the cool-looking music. :)

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