MediaMonkey 3.0.2.1131 Beta 2

MediaMonkey is an easy-to-use organizer for serious music collectors. MediaMonkey catalogs your CDs, MP3, WMA, and OGG audio tracks, and looks up and intelligently tags and renames/reorganizes them. MediaMonkey rips CDs, converts audio file formats, and easily creates mixes. MediaMonkey integrates with Nero for CD Burning, and with Winamp for playback. MediaMonkey even includes a built-in player that supports hundreds of Winamp plug-ins, and automatically adjusts volume levels so that you don't have continually fiddle with the volume control. MediaMonkey is a software that will play, ripp and organize your music collection.

Features:

  • A Library which tracks all of the music on your hard drive or on CDs that you own and:
  • Automatically updates based on changes to your music (Gold)
  • Automatically update audio CD/track information from Amazon and Freedb
  • Organizes music by different attributes, and provides powerful search facilities
  • Finds Tracks with problems such as duplicate titles, duplicate content, missing tags
  • Allows you to easily update properties, and tag your music using industry-standard formats (ID3v1&v2, OGG, WMA, APE2)
  • Allows you to edit many tracks at once:
  • Automatically organize and rename files on your hard disk based on the music's properties
  • Automatically and intelligently tag files based on filenames
  • Advanced, intuitive playlist management
  • Import and export M3U playlists
  • Drag and drop tracks to rapidly create playlists
  • Automatically update playlists in response to tracks that have been moved
  • Organize playlists hierarchically
  • AutoPlaylists to dynamically create mixes based on predefined criteria
  • High-quality audio playback (MP3, WMA, OGG, MPC, APE, etc.)
  • Supports Winamp-compatible input/output plug-ins to enable add-on functionality
  • Supports Winamp-compatible DSP effects such as DFX, for improved audio
  • Supports Visualization plug-ins for funky visual effects that match your music
  • Includes a 10 band equalizer to customize your audio experience
  • Levels Volume so that you no longer have to adjust the volume knob up and down when music has been recorded at different levels
  • Integrates with Winamp 2.x if you're used to Winamp as a player and
  • MediaMonkey as your organizer
  • Synchronizes your music with your portable audio devices
  • Encoding into various formats (OGG, MP3, WMA, WAV) so that you can easily add music to your collection:
  • Rips audio CD content to your hard drive, with jitter correction for troublesome CDs
  • Converts from one audio format to another
  • Import/Export songs from external sources with ease, using the Virtual CD (Gold)
  • Generate previews - short 20-40kb samples of songs to help qualify unknown music (Gold)
  • Burn Audio CDs.
What's New:
  • 4298 Added new mask functions
  • $Left(s,n) - Returns left n characters
  • $Right(s,n) - Returns right n characters
  • $Mid(s,i,n) - Returns n characters starting with ith
  • $Trim(s) - Cuts spaces from the beginning and end of string
  • $Upper(s) - Converts to uppercase
  • $Lower(s) - Converts to lowercase
  • 4264 Added Japanese installer and language files
  • 4272 Fixed CDDB and Auto-tag from Web lookup don't work correctly for Japanese
  • 4290 Fixed Unicode characters in Custom fields cause the field to not be stored in ID3 tags
  • 4289 Fixed ID3 TDAT year is parsed and stored incorrectly
  • 4270 Fixed tag operations can fail if connection to track is slow/unreliable
  • 4285 Fixed Disc burns fail if a track in the burn list is inaccessible
  • 4219 Fixed Burnt CDs with CD text don't show Album Name as the CD Label
  • 1666 Fixed Auto-organize doesn't move linked images labelled as system files
  • 4271 Fixed Auto-tag from filename Track# mask fails when track# contains non-numeric info
  • 4302 Fixed Rip/Convert/Auto-organize to Desktop shows fields as gibberish
  • 4292 Fixed Album art addition settings don't properly persist
  • 4278 Fixed Auto-tag from web only saves to tag if set to also save to folder w/o confirmation
  • 4278 Fixed Adding Art file only links file if set to tag and save to folder w/o confirmation
  • 4263 Fixed Changing Artist to existing one in the Tree will cause duplicate entries in the Tree
  • 4277 Fixed Track time is displayed incorrectly for merged mp3 tracks with faulty header
  • 4300 Fixed Player shows remaining track time incorrectly near end of track
  • 4301 Fixed Player can stutter/repeat a segment of the track if crossfading is enabled
  • 4299 Fixed Podcasts don't display correctly if not formatted to spec (e.g by Dennis Prager)
  • 4282 Fixed Podcasts don't download in cases where date information isn't formatted to spec
  • 4274 Fixed .ashx Podcasts can't be downloaded
  • 4297 Fixed Auto-sync: some tracks are synced needlessly back to PC
  • 4286 Fixed Auto-sync: child playlists get selected when parent is selected in Auto-sync list
  • 4267 Fixed Advanced searches on Volume Leveling are incorrect
  • 2717 Fixed Double-clicking a property in Now Playing can cause it to become editable
  • 4276 Fixed Year/Date terminology inconsistencies in the search dialog
  • 4266 Fixed Filter names can change language when language is switched
  • 4288 Fixed OnTrackProperties event isn't called on rating or PlayCount/LastTimePlayed change
  • 4293 Fixed Auto-DJ scripts add tracks in shuffled order
  • 4283 Optimized some queries for Auto-organize
  • 4306 Updated German translation
Download: MediaMonkey 3.0.2.1131 Beta 2
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I love this program. I had use mp3tag before and was very unhappy with it. Some of my mp3/wma didn't even have tags, just track number. I was able to not only add the track names, album titles, etc. but also the album art without even reading the manual.

(th3rEsa said @ #1)
I'd prefer Winamp's media library, it's free without limitations...

true. it's also less functional. MM3 is worth the small amount it costs for a licence.

(ZombieFly said @ #1.1)
true. it's also less functional. MM3 is worth the small amount it costs for a licence.

There really is no comparison. I still use WinAmp as my primary player but MediaMonkey's library management is unmatched IMHO.