Inside of that there should be a section for duplicates. Highlight all the files in the Library. Sometimes it's a whole album, other times it's a few songs in the middle of an album. Right now all playlists point to the old location, so all songs are greyed out. See: I have a dumb question - I still have stuff on my Pre from when I was synced to iTunes on my old computer. I notice that my music program is more responsive by this method than just copying and pasting the mp3s in a folder.
I decided to write a how-to for what is, in my opinion, the best option. There must be over 3,000 duplicated entries. Also it supports all file extensions out there. I have since removed the old drive I may still use it as an extra, external drive , and am now booting and referencing Media Monkey 4. There is no silver bullet for this as there are several reasons for dup tracks.
Under music there was the C drive and then another, unlettered drive. The Pre only recognizes album art saved to the tag. MediaMonkey Gold Keygen is a powerful music manager and jukebox which allows you to organize music and edit tags in your audio library with a intuitive interface. Just download the normal free version, you don't need the Gold version. Depending on how much memory you have free, you may or may not want to sync all of your music. I'm back to normal well as normal as I get, anyway! Now purge, well, you know when you ingest certain poisons, they give you something and you puke your guts out so there's nothing in them. Then re-sync your newly updated MediaMonkey library to your Pre as shown in the original post.
Album art is stored one of two ways: in the same folder as the song, or saved to the songs tag. However you can do this easily using the Location sub-node ie. Device configuration tab Match your settings to the settings shown above for maximum compatibility. It just gives you so much more control than itunes does, and seems to be compatible with everything. I mean get rid of the files so I can replace them.
This should get the album art saved to each song's metadata. Deleting everything is not a good option. Those that are duplicates have a? MediaMonkey has this awesome feature in Windows 7 where if you have the player minimized and mouse over the icon, you get player controls and album art for the current song. They are identical entries, including the Path. Hi, I've never seen this before, even on Windows 10. Now I just wish they would develop a version for Ubuntu! Deleting a library means different things for various users. Either way, I don't think you need to sync videos to the Palm Pre, but can just copy and paste them to the videos directory I have not tried this For converting video formats, this free program seems to always do the job for me.
Some people might want to leave the files but not have Media Monkey play with them. If so, check the top box. It is not recommended since playlists will not work properly. I mean get rid of the files so I can replace them. Before doing this, have backups of these files since they will be deleted from your computer. You will see a running total as you select more items to sync. How do I get them cleared out? I bet its because the music player has to index all the mp3s in a folder, but doing it in iPod file structure creates a database of all the songs.
Deleting a library means different things for various users. There is also an add on to help with this. However, this how-to is just for syncing to the Pre, so lets move on. Media Monkey can't sync video files yet, but I think they may be working on it. I guess you didn't make it to the last part of my previous post. I've never used auto organize before.
I mean it is a serious difference in performance on the phone. People have problems getting playlists and album art show up correctly on their devices. I did notice I was able to browse all of the music that is on my Pre through Media Monkey, so I think I'm going to just delete everything with Media Monkey before syncing. However, the main questions is: Is there some way to fix this other than deleting the entries 1-by-1? If I were you, I would manually copy the music on your device, import it into MediaMonkey on your computer, auto-organize it, remove duplicates, and then erase everything from your phone and sync it fresh with MediaMonkey. Absolutely, you are very welcome.
To use the iPod plugin, follow these steps: 1. I think I've given Media Monkey enough auditions. But please backup important files first. It will give you the choice of removing the listing or deleting the file from your computer. I didn't think about this before, but I think you are right. Highlight all the files in the Library. That doesn't sound exactly right.