You can create a list of all image files in a foldertree.
Open the Execute Dialog [WinKey+R] and paste the following commandline into the edit field.
Change the example starting folder from "M:\MUSIC" to your needs.
Run the command.
CMD.EXE /U /C (CD /D "M:\MUSIC\" && DIR "*.jpg";"*.bmp";"*.png" /S /B /A /O:GNE /-P>"%TEMP%\PictureList.txt") && START "" "NOTEPAD.EXE" "%TEMP%\PictureList.txt"
At end of the run a Notepad window should display the resulting list.
Added CMD.EXE option /U and automatic closing of cmdline window.
Here comes a somewhat interactive commandfile, which will do the same as the previously shown commandline.
20100825.PictureList.cmd.txt (2.5 KB) (Remove the ".txt" extension for proper usage.)
Additionally, here comes a somewhat interactive commandfile, mainly related to another topic anywhere in the forum ...
Album-Cover aus Datei importieren
... which will provide the biggest picture file within a folder under a standard name, useful together with Mp3tag image import function.
20090724.CoverNorm.cmd.txt (3.82 KB) (Remove the ".txt" extension for proper usage.)
20100825.PictureList.cmd.txt (2.5 KB)
20090724.CoverNorm.cmd.txt (3.82 KB)