FAQ: How do I change the cover art of an album?
You can always add new cover art via an album's Edit screen, which you can access by clicking Edit under the 3 dots menu and selecting the Edit Fields tab.
From the Album Artwork section, you can choose between the cover art that Roon has retrieved, the cover art embedded in your files, or any cover art you want to add yourself.
By default, Roon used the highest resolution front cover available.
FAQ: Where do an album's star ratings come from? Can I change them?
Star ratings are part of the editorial data we source from Allmusic.com. You can add your own ratings to albums in your library, each individual profile in your Roon account can choose their own ratings! To customize star ratings for an album in your ...
FAQ: My compilations and soundtracks aren't sorted by artist name in the album browser, can I change that?
You sure can, go to Settings>General>scroll to Browser Sort preferences>Name for compilation sorting, to set your sorting preference. Select Use "Various Artists" to sort all of your Various Artists soundtracks and compilations sorted together under ...
FAQ: How does Roon handle multiple versions of the same album?
How Does Roon Handle Duplicates? Roon automatically detects when you have multiple copies of an album in your library or available via your connected streaming services. Since Roon groups every version of the album together in one spot, it's easy to ...
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: 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 ...
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