First off, I want to say that this script looks amazing! Thanks trixmoto!
I'm hoping a more seasoned MediaMonkey Veteran can lend me a hand with my current problem...
I am going through my very large library and trying to download missing album artwork or (if I have the artwork already) higher resolution artwork.
To do this I am using the program "Album Art Downloaded". This program downloads a file to the proper folder and names it "folder.jpg", but it does not embed it in the actual MP3.
So, at the moment, I have a ton of folders that have either:
A) A folder.jpg file that is not embedded in the tag at all;
B) A folder.jpg file that is newer/better/higher-resolution than the image embedded in the tag
Is there a 'view' in MediaMonkey that can show me the albums that meet either or both of the above criteria? I downloaded the "Tagging Inconsistencies" script but am still not sure where to look.
I think once I can identify those albums, I can use Album Art Tagger to embed the folder.jpg file into the tag.
Based on what I've already read in this thread, I think for the albums that I'm upgrading to a higher resolution image, I first have to "03. Remove artwork (delete from tag)" and then "02. Embed artwork (copy from mask to tag)". Is that correct?
Lastly (and sorry for being a total newbie!), I see when I choose "02. Embed artwork (copy from mask to tag)" there is a drop-down menu that says 'embed in tag', 'embed as link' or 'embed both ways'. I guess I'm a little hazy on the terminology... I think I'm interpretting 'embed in tag' properly, but what would 'embed as link' do? Are most people just doing 'embed both ways'?
THANKS in advance for your help!