ZITAT(ExitRitual @ Jan 12 2010, 14:18)
>>Select multiple albums from multiple artists
>>Have MP3tag add any image found in each album folder to that album
This function is already there as an action "Import albumart" (Converter: Action: New Action: Import Albumart)
BUT: as you can enter only a single string you have to have albumart files which have the same name.
So you first have to rename all picture files to the same name - folder.jpg would be a good idea as you then save the bother of creating one of these for WMP.
BTW: import ANY is rather dangerous if you have more than one picture file in the folder. Which one is MP3Tag supposed to take? The oldest? The latest? The biggest? Alphatical sort order?
So: as nearly always: you have to do a little thinking yourself like eg. create a list of all files
(e.g. by creating a batch job:
open command shell in the root directory of your music collection.
type in the command
dir /s *.jpg > ff.txt
this creates a text file called ff.txt and collects the output of the dir /s command.
You may then use this text file to create a batch routine that renames all jpgs to folder.jpg.
But I think this only worth it if you have loads of files. Otherwise writing the batch job will take longer than renaming the files in an Explorer search list.)