Impossible to manually add album art in Windows Media Player

Hello

I am trying to add album art manually by copying the image that supports the OMP but when I go the album there is no option saying 'paste album art.

Here are the available options only: http://puu.sh/gpmf3/27fd0a2246.png

You can also save the image on your hard drive/desktop and then drag and drop the album on the album art there is.

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