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       Playlist Picture?
    ucfjoe
    post Feb 1 2011, 08:16 PM
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    I have my music in the following folder structure and I wanted to know if it is possible for my playlist to have a photo that the WDTV can display when I am browsing playlists?

    Aerosmith\Big Ones\(album songs here)
    Aerosmith\Pump\(album songs here)
    Aerosmith\Get A Grip\(album songs here)
    I have an Aerosmith.m3u playlist of all the songs from all their albums in the Aerosmith root folder.
    I tried placing an Aerosmith.jpg picture in that same Aerosmith root folder hoping the WDTV would see it.

    I like being able to select playlist to listen to the music, but when you have a lot of playlist the default view that shows the same icon over and over is useless. I have to move to each entry to have the Playlist name displayed so I know if I want to listen to it or not.
    I would love to be able to replace that default icon with an image... does anyone know how? Is it possible?
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    post Aug 4 2011, 10:39 PM
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    playlist... no. MP3 container? Yes.

    There are many mp3 tag editors out there, but Tag and Rename is my personal favorite.
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