Can't see album art on Sensia
Windows Media Player users:
For Flowserver to send album art to your Sensia the art should either be embedded in the music file or be named folder.jpg and present in the album root folder. The image must not exceed 128kb in size. Ripping CD’s via Windows Media Player will automatically complete this process and place folder.jpg in the correct location.
To ensure your media server shows you album art, you should use FlowServer and point it to the root folder of your music collection where all your albums are stored. Flowserver uses the embedded image by default and if it finds no embedded art it will revert to folder.jpg and display on your Sensia correctly.
Note: You should use FlowServer if you wish to see album art. Album art may not be shown if using alternative media servers – including Window Media Server.
iTunes users (Windows and Mac)
For FlowServer to send album art to your Sensia the art should either be embedded in the music file or be named folder.jpg and present in the album root folder. Sensia cannot show album artwork downloaded via the iTunes ‘Get Album Artwork' feature as this process places the album art in a separate database. Being an Apple proprietary process, Sensia will not be able access art stored in this way, however there is a way you can still view your album art. In iTunes copy the album art to a picture viewer or editor, rename it folder.jpg and place the file in the relevant album folder. Providing it’s under 128kb in size Flowserver will be able to serve the album art.
Note: If FlowServer cannot find album artwork you will see a musical note on a grey background. If FlowServer is serving album artwork but cannot display a particular picture then you will see a CD case with dots in the background. This happens if the album art filesize exceeds 128kb.