Hmm… That’s really strange. The only problem I have is the time it would take for me to do this all over again. I imported the crates from serato and there are thousands of tracks in those crates. I’m thinking there has to be a reason its not reading those tags. Is there a simple fix we could apply to the .db instead?
I will do some checking on my end when I get a chance this week. The only thing that really throws me off is that most of these tracks had album artwork prior to being imported into engine prime, these five tracks in particular were downloaded directly from amazon and had the album artwork from the beginning. The majority of tracks in my playlist that don’t have album covers come from BPM supreme and should have the “B” logo in its place. I could understand that if the artwork wasn’t attached to the file prior to importing into engine. I would imagine that the database would have a row for y/n on album artwork. I also don’t understand why right clicking and selecting reimport wouldn’t resolve the issue.
If all else fails I will backup my database and reinstall engine prime with a fresh one. I’ll keep this thread updated with my progress, let me know if you think of anything else on your end.
I have uninstalled and reinstalled engine prime, deleting all files including databases from the file folders which store the music. I am still having the same issue. I have noticed that random tracks have artwork, but 90% do not, even when re-importing track information.
I am on a MacBook running High Sierra 10.13.4
I am able to view album art for the same files within finder as well as within Serato with no issues… There has to be an issue with Engine Prime.