Certain types of audio files, such as MP3 files, have the ability to store images such as album art. When you play those files in Windows Media Player or on a portable MP3 player, the screen displays the image attached to the file. Windows allows you to edit the tags of any MP3 file, enabling you to remove an image from a song if you would like to attach a different one.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Windows 7
Right-click the audio file that you would like to edit and select "Properties."
Click the "ID-Tag" tab at the top of the window.
Click "Front Album Art" under the "Album Cover" heading.
Click the "Remove" command at the bottom of the window. The words "Front Album Art" disappear from the window.
Tips and warnings
- To confirm that you have selected the correct audio file, click the "View" button under "Album Art" after clicking the "ID-Tag" tab. Windows displays a large version of the image attached.
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