MediaMonkey 184.108.40.2069 Beta
MediaMonkey is a music manager and music player for serious music collectors. It catalogues your CDs and your audio files such as OGG, WMA, MPC, FLAC, APE, WAV and MP3. It offers an intelligent tag editor which looks up missing Album Art and track information via Freedb and the web. The app also has an automated file and directory namer to organize your music library.
Key Features Include:
- Organize music and edit tags in your audio library with a powerful, intuitive interface.
- Automatically lookup and tag Album Art and other metadata.
- Manage 50,000+ files in your music collection without slowdown.
- Play MP3s and other audio formats, and never again worry about varying volume.
- Record CDs into OGG, MP3, FLAC and WMA files.
- Convert MP3s, OGG, FLAC and WMA files into other formats with the Audio Converter.
- Create playlists and music mixes quickly and easily to suit any occasion.
- Synchronize with iPods / MP3 players effortlessly and convert tracks on-the-fly.
- Download audio content using the new integrated Podcatcher.
- Use MediaMonkey for Parties with Party Mode.
- Create Statistics and other Reports of your music collection as Excel, html, or xml files.
- Customizable Skins, visualizations, plug-ins and scripts to make MediaMonkey do what you want it to.
User can't modify FilenameMappings
Options' button on Extensions dialog doesn't work in some cases
Encoder version info added to multiple incorrect fields (regression)
Need "Cancel" for TOC read errors
Search for exact text containing special characters doesn't always work
MM can throw errorneous The directory %s cannot be created message.
Write ratings tags in a format that can be read by WMP/MP3 Tag
Forward/Backward history not saved properly
History should remember track selection
One-click rating works even if tracklist doesn't have focus
Some characters don't work in Amazon search
Clearing out the search bar doesn't undo the search
WMA attribute WM/OriginalReleaseTime isn't supported by MM
Searching for special chars like '.' no longer works with new full-text search engine