An index of The BluOS Local Library will look for Album Artwork in one of two places:
- Stored as folder.jpg, cover.jpg, folder.png or cover.png in the same folder as the located music
- A Jpeg or PNG embedded into the metadata of the music file
The BluOS firmware is not concerned with the actual resolution of the file (300x300, 500x500, 1024x1024).
The limit is with the size of the artwork file. BluOS will resize any graphic file larger than 600kb in size to a 600x600 jpg. Portable Network Graphic files (.PNG) will also be resized and converted to 600x600 jpgs.
If you are using embedded artwork, please ensure each track on the album has the artwork attached to ensure your artwork is displayed correctly.
BluOS does not include a metadata editing tool but many fine editors are available on the Internet for various different digital music types. For more details about such editors, see Why is my music not sorted correctly after an Index? (BLS-KB13-916).
If you are having issues with your artwork, yet you have met these criteria, select Help, Diagnostics, Rebuild Index to create a clean index of your library. Once completed, view your Library and see how it looks. If you still see something out of the ordinary (Completely Black or Older Albums), your iPad or Android device may still have some older cache stored locally. Select Reload Artwork from the Settings menu of the App to remove the local cache and reload it from your Player. At first, all your artwork will disappear and then slowly 'pop' in as you scroll through the app.
- The Cover.jpg file will now supersede all other options including embedded artwork to allow for easier changes in folder artwork.
- Check out www.blisshq.com for a third-party paid app certified by BluOS to correctly re-size your album artwork.
- Embedded Artwork will only be indexed if the artwork is smaller than 600kb