FAQ: How can I tell if Roon has identified my album?
If Roon has failed to match your album automatically, you'll see the word Unidentified on the album's detail page, like this:
Searching For a Match
To search for a match, start by clicking Unidentified.
If you're trying to improve or correct an already Identified album, click Edit under the 3 dots menu.
From the Album Editor, choose "Identify Album".
Then follow the prompts to search Roon's database and find the best match.
Keep in mind that in some cases, Roon's database may contain multiple versions of an album, which you can browse by using the arrows:
FAQ: Why didn't Roon find any metadata for my album?
Roon uses our own proprietary process to identify as much of your collection as possible, but there may be some songs or albums in your collection we're not able to match. Usually this is because your version of the album doesn't match any of the ...
FAQ: How can I ensure multi disc sets and box sets are identified properly?
If you’re importing a multi-disc set, the best way to ensure it’s identified properly is to make sure the track listing matches the original release. Identifying Multi-Disc Sets For best results, make sure the whole set is in its own folder, and make ...
FAQ: An album I imported wasn't identified properly, how do I fix it?
Roon will always try to find the best match for the albums in your collection. However, if you're not happy with the information we've retrieved, we've made it easy for you to correct it. To try and find a better match, click the 3 dot icon on the ...
FAQ: I have multiple versions of the same album, but I only see one album cover. Where are the other versions?
How Does Roon Handle Duplicates? Roon automatically detects when you have multiple copies of an album in your library. Once every version of the album is grouped together, it's easy to browse through them from the Versions tab. When browsing your ...
FAQ: Will Roon alter my audio files or tags in any way when I import them?
Recommended In Settings, select Storage, there you can add a Folder which Roon will monitor. Roon does not alter your files or tags in any way. The only time Roon modifies your files is when you explicitly tell us to delete music from your ...
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