MediaMonkey 3.0.2.1134 RC3

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:
  • Added means to disable Album Art cache via .ini file (DontUseCoversCache=1 in [System] section)
  • Fixed unicode characters aren't properly saved to the .ini file
  • Fixed Album Art cache should use MediaMonkey temp directory
  • Fixed data import from Winamp DB fails due to unicode format
  • Fixed burning fails for some USB burners
  • Fixed cannot download podcast with incorrectly formed PuDate tag
  • Fixed Total # of Tracks/Discs is lost for WMA tags
Download: MediaMonkey 3.0.2.1134 RC2 (Freeware, 6.48MB)
Extras: Skins
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7 Comments

(th3rEsa said @ #1)
Another try:
Can it use Winamp's plugins directly?

Sure. Actually i'm using the "My IM plugin" because it's the only way to show "What i'm listening to" on MSN.

:)

(th3rEsa said @ #1.2)
I meant:
How?

(Without copying/moving, thus "directly".)


Instead of installing the plugin to C:\Program Files\winamp

Install to C:\Program Files\MediaMonkey

(th3rEsa said @ #1.4)
OK, so there's no "import"?
That's all I wanted to know.

Why do you want to import when you can install it? So much complications. :confused:

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