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Organize, Sync, and Share your media collection

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If you started your digital media library with a folder called 'My Music' or 'My Movies', thinking you'd never amass any more than a handful of files, chances are you're in trouble. Today, with the ease of discovering and downloading new media files, it's easy to build a monster collection of music and video that grows larger - and more disorganized - every day. And keeping it in sync with your Android or iOS device--almost impossible! Time to tackle and tame your music and movie library with today's discount software promotion, MediaMonkey!

MediaMonkey for Windows is recognized as the media manager for serious collectors. It lets you organize movies and music on hard drives, CDs, or a network, helping you get your collection under control. Whether it's classical music, audiobooks, home movies, or tv, MediaMonkey will let you effectively organize your media so that you can instantly find the music you want, and get a consistent view of your collection whether on your PC or on your Android or iOS device.

Thanks to automatic look-ups of album art, lyrics, track information, and other details, MediaMonkey is a great help in finding and filling holes in movie and song tags. Music can be tagged using industry-standard formats, and MediaMonkey lets you edit tags for MP3, M4A, OGG, WMA, FLAC, MP4, and other files. Or you could just automatically tag files based on their file names. If you've got files all over your hard drive, MediaMonkey can automatically organize and rename music and video files in a way that makes sense, putting them into folders with filenames of your choice based on attributes such as artist, album, series, season, and episode numbers.

And once your collection is under control you can use MediaMonkey as a jukebox at your next party; share your media with TVs and DVD players via DLNA; or sync your media with your Android or iOS phones and media players.

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David Drane I have this and it is great. It is a bit of an all in one solution as it manages the library, auto-integrates new purchases (set to auto check my music download folder), checks tags for consistency (which is great for those with OCD on their collection). It syncs my ipod I use in one car with the PC and my android phone updating the play count across them all. Auto-playlists, Podcasts etc There isnt much it doesn't do. It can also use the Sonos speaker system for those with that.
May 11 2016 at 2:45am Copy Link
Garry Camps is this for a 1 year license or lifetime. and if its for a 1 year license, is it possible to upgrade to lifetime with this
May 11 2016 at 3:05am Copy Link
Russell Samuels This is a 1-year license which normally goes for $24.95. Discounted upgrades to lifetime licenses are always made available to existing license holders upon the release of new versions.
Ventis Media, Inc. - May 11 2016 at 4:24am Copy Link
David Chamberlain Three questions - will this deal with a problem I have that when you buy a compilation album such as 100 best relaxing classics some programs (e.g. amazon music) separates them out into the individual albums they originally were compiled from when you ask to list albums thus getting 60+ albums rather then the one compilation album you purchased and ripped to MP3?.

Secondly will it work with amazon fire versions of Android?.

Finally will it cope with non western characters sets in the titles of film e.g. Russian and Chinese/Japanese/korean
May 11 2016 at 5:50am Copy Link
Russell Samuels David,
1) Albums will appear as a single album as long as the album has an Album Artist of 'Various Artists' and the Artists/Composers vary by track. If tracks are incorrectly tagged with a different Album Artist per track, then they'll appear as individual albums.

2) MediaMonkey for Windows will sync over USB to Amazon fire devices. Unfortunately, MediaMonkey for Android is not available on the Amazon App store for Fire devices due to Amazon's policies, so you'll need to sideload the app and some features will not be available (see more at ).

3) Yes. MediaMonkey for Windows supports non-western characters. You can try out the free version if you want to test it out.
Ventis Media, Inc. - May 11 2016 at 7:10am Copy Link
Russell Samuels David,
To answer your last question:
4) MediaMonkey allows you to configure which locations to include in the library. If for whatever reason you decide to include both source and backup locations, both sets of files will be included in the library and you have duplicate-finding tools to help you find and eliminate the dups (based on title or file hash).

Hope that helps!
Ventis Media, Inc. - May 11 2016 at 7:15am Copy Link
John User A few years ago I purchased a lifetime license to Media Monkey Gold and I have been more than happy with the job this software does in taming and managing my music and video collection. Honestly, I've had it for some time and every time I open the program I discover something new else it can do.

My question is if this is the same program being here? Does the 'GOLD' add-on mean anything?

Thanks, and if anyone is looking for a media organizing and managing program, look no further than this one.
May 11 2016 at 7:57am Copy Link
Russell Samuels This is the same program that you purchased in the past (although there are updates at least 4 times per year).

When you purchase MediaMonkey via this deal, you'll receive a 'Gold' license that activates all of the functionality so that it's no longer just a trial version. i.e. 'Gold' license = paid version (rather than trial version).

Summary: you've already purchased MediaMonkey so there's no need to purchase the (Gold) license again.
Ventis Media, Inc. - May 11 2016 at 8:17am Copy Link
Dennis Wallentin I'm trying to process the payment. However, after the page with the code and after clicking on the Continue button a white page appears. This happens in Chrome and IE. In Firefox a black page appears. Please help me out. TIA.
May 11 2016 at 8:45am Copy Link
Richard User I have used MediaMonkey for years (with a Gold Lifetime license) and overall have been extremely happy with it. It easily handles my on-disk music collection of over 250,000 mp3 tracks. MediaMonkey also handles movies and other videos, podcasts, etc., although I don't use it for that. (Not an interest of mine.) MediaMonkey is very flexible and very powerful. It can use most WinAmp plug-ins, and there is a very active user community and forum. It includes a DNLA server, so you can play your media on your Smart TV, if you wish. There are Android apps that let you control MediaMonkey on your PC with your phone. Highly recommended.
May 11 2016 at 9:34am Copy Link
Russell Samuels Dennis, I click Get this deal --> page with coupon code appears --> copy the coupon code and press continue --> MediaMonkey order page appears and I can enter the coupon code to get the discount.

Maybe it was a transient problem?
Ventis Media, Inc. - May 11 2016 at 10:28am Copy Link
M Be when will version 5 come?
May 11 2016 at 1:36pm Copy Link
Doug User I see Media Monkey uses AccurateRip. I have used to make sure a rip is accurate at the time of ripping. But now I find I have rips that are incomplete.

Can Media Monkey use this or any other db to check the accuracy of my files as it reads my catalog(s) or does this have to be done manually, flac file by flac file?
May 11 2016 at 3:04pm Copy Link
Dennis Wallentin Russell,

Thanks for the input but it does not work.

I made one last try.
Copied the code
Went to Your site
Started the process and
got the discount!

Now I run the pro version and will set up the sync between the mobile and the computer. Take this opportunity to express my appreciation of the software. It's very easy to manage but I wish You fix the themes to the next version as the only readable option for me is to use the Windows 10 settings.

May 11 2016 at 3:05pm Copy Link
Russell Samuels M Be,
MediaMonkey 5 is currently in the works, but we don't have a firm release date. My expectation is that it'll be released within the year in which case you'd be entitled to an upgrade to MM5.

AccurateRip in MM is currently only designed to be used at the time that the rip operation takes place.
Ventis Media, Inc. - May 11 2016 at 6:29pm Copy Link
Russell Samuels Dennis,
You might want to check out some of the other MediaMonkey skins that are available at:
Ventis Media, Inc. - May 11 2016 at 6:33pm Copy Link

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