Media player album art not updating

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While you have more than one way to update metadata on songs and albums, if you're unable to change any information the files are either not DRM-free or you may be trying to update a song that isn't stored locally on your device.

If you're using Groove, you can edit most audio formats, including .mp3, .aac, .m4a, .wav, .wma, .ac3, .3gp, .3g2, and .arm, but you can't update information on tracks encoded using a FLAC format.

The problem with that is Groove doesn't rip or even play CDs. So I'm supposed to use one program (WMP or Zune) to rip the CD with no information, then use another program to update its information? I've looked all over and can't find a plug in to give me song names. How do I record the audio track from a DVD that I own that is playing on my laptop.

I am using Windows 10 and have a laptop that can play DVD's.

Despite an obvious nudge to get Spotify (I'd guess it is the source of the info), Groove Music was able to update the album info with no fuss. I tried a Plug In called WMDCDTest V1.4 - no luck here.However, you can use File Explorer to edit metadata in file format.Also, using Groove, it is not possible to edit music stored on One Drive.I've seen a solution that suggests to check for a bad entry in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts, but it looks like the default file, everything is commented out.I'd previously used the Zune app, which I love, to listen to and rip CDs, but it's having the same problem.

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