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Primary Images Are Not Being Displayed From Album Folder


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masmith516

Hi, I just recently updated my Server to the latest 4.6.4 version and now my primary artwork is no longer displaying for an album.  I was storing all my artwork as such "../{Artist}/{Album}/folder.{ext}".  It was displaying prior to the update.

As you can see from the images, the album folder clearly has a primary image, but Emby just can't read or just doesn't recognize the "folder.jpg" image in the album folder.

Did you guys change how the artwork is loaded? Does Emby not recognize "folder.jpg" as the primary artwork anymore?

Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks.

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Hi there, how have you configured your music library options?

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masmith516
8 minutes ago, Luke said:

Hi there, how have you configured your music library options?

Maybe not!? How would I do that?

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Well you had to have, when you setup the library. What do the options look like?

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masmith516

Ok... So, I went into the 'Library' and selected 'Edit' from the ellipses menu. And from there I saw a 'Music folder structure' drop down and selected the 'Perfectly organized into artist/album folders, with tracks directly in the album folders.' option.  I then went back to the album, did a scan, and voila... the artwork is displaying.

Is there a way to run a scan for all the albums?  I would hate to run a scan for each individual album in my library.

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Yes, right click on the specific library holding your music and click on the 3 dot menu and you'll see the scan option listed there.

You can also scan everything at the top of the Library menu page.

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