How to Add Image to MP3
Hi, I converted a lot of my iTunes music to .mp3, how can I add an album cover to the file? I want to put the songs on my PS3 on Christmas but I want to see the album covers. Thanks!
Most people would like to know how to do this simple task: add a new image to an MP3 file or change the exsiting album image. If that’s you, here's how to add image to MP3 song in the easiest way. The tool you’ll need is a professional and easy to use application like Wondershare Video Editor. With its help, you can apply your favorite image to a single MP3 file, or attach the same image to all tracks of an album. Check it out below.
First, please download and install this image to MP3 software:
1 Import your files
Click “Import” to load your MP3 files ripped from CD or web music, and also your image collection in format of JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG, TIFF, etc. The imported files will show as thumbnails in the item tray. When you import all files, you can double click an MP3 audio to listen to, or view the image in the right previewing window.
2 Add image to MP3 file by drag-n-drop
First, please drag the MP3 file you want to add image cover to the Music Timeline. If you want to merge several MP3 file together, you can first drag all of them at once, and arrange its playing order. (Tips: You can zoom in/zoom out the Timeline to locate the position accurately.)
Then drag the images you want to add into the audio track to the PIP Timline. To sync your image file with audio track, simply mouse over your cursor to the end of the image. When the "I" icon appears, drag it to fit for the length of your MP3 file.
If you want to add multiple images to your MP3 file, just follow the same steps above. It's worth noting that you can achieve more by organizing your pictures creatively. Up to 10 pictures are allowed to add to the same MP3 file, and the Ken-Burn effects will help you make any style you want, like the screenshot below.
3 Save your creation
Click Play to preview the real-time effect. When satisfied, simply hit "Create" to save it in MP4 format, or pick up portable devices like iPod to save onto your desktop. Also, you can upload it YouTube, Facebook directly. If you plan to burn them to a D5 or D9 disk, simply go to the DVD option and create an amazing DVD video instantly.
You can also do audio edits like trim out unwanted part, change audio volume, pitch, set fade in/fade out effect, etc. For image files, rotation and color correction are available to touch up your creation.
Here is also a video tutorial which you can refer to: