First of all i want to thank the author AlexVallat for this excellent program you can download it from here http://sourceforge.net/projects/album-a ... -0.44.exe/
I don't know if someone has made this already but I'm gonna explain how i use AAD with Mediamonkey. I want to thank also g.p.m for his post in the AAD forum (page 62) of how to use AAD with MP3tag.
First obviously you have to have installed Album Art Downloader and Mediamonkey script ExternalTools by Steegy (download in here http://home.scarlet.be/ruben.castelein/ ... ols14.mmip).
Now in Mediamonkey Tools menu choose Options, and ExternalTools in the General tab.
Fill the blanks as following:
Tool Name: Album Art
Description: Album Art Downloader
Icon Path: C:\Program Files\AlbumArtDownloader\AlbumArtDownloader.ico (or the icon from the folder where you have installed AAD)
Program Path: C:\Program Files\AlbumArtDownloader\AlbumArt.exe (or the .exe from the folder where you have installed AAD)
Paramethers: /ar "%a" /al "%l" /p %p\%l.jpg
Execute Tool: Run it for each select track (i don't know if the program crashes with too many tracks at once but it has a queue manager that it's automatically launched and help with the process)
Finally choose "Add as new" buttom at the top and OK
Now you can right clic on any track or tracks from the library and select Tools/ Album Art it will open AAD and starts to search the covers.
This is an easy program you can personalize the options I suggest to open it before you use it with MM and check the options Open Search in New Window, Automatically Save after Closing and Never in the Automatically download full-size images. Also you can personalize every source clicking the "..." beside every source.
Choose one the results for saving, next you can tag the cover to the mp3 using Album Art Tagger by Trixmoto.