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MediaMonkey for PC

Organize, Browse, and Search Your Media Collection



Organize, Browse, and Search Your Media Collection

for PC 
Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7 Download Trial
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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. Time to tackle and tame your music and movie library with today's discount software promotion, MediaMonkey!

MediaMonkey lets you organize movies and music on hard drives, CDs, or a network, letting you organize, browse, and search effectively. With MediaMonkey, you'll be able to locate a needed song or video almost instantly, saving you lots of time that you otherwise would spend pawing through random files and folders. Thanks to automatic look-ups of album art, 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, AAC, OGG, WMA, APE2, RIFF, and MP4 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 renamed music and video files in a way that makes sense, putting them into folders with filenames of your choice based on a number of factors that include artist, album, series, season, and episode numbers. And once that's done, you can use MediaMonkey to download even more stuff using the integrated Podcatcher for audio content and web downloader to grab content off of the web. You can even create reports detailing your collection in wonderful HTML, XML, and Excel formatted files.

Review Written by Derek Lee
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John Westbury Is this version of MediaMonkey the Gold edition? [It doesn't say so anywhere on this page!]
Nov 20 2012 at 4:46am Copy Link
Doug Atkinson I clicked through the purchase tab and the site shows:
MediaMonkey Gold - Version 4.x License [#300487484]

The page also offers a "Codec Pack" add-on for another $11 or so. I'm not sure what that adds.
Nov 20 2012 at 5:14am Copy Link
Russell Samuels Yes. This is for MediaMonkey 4 Gold. The codec pack adds support for certain video codecs and aac encoding. It's not required for most users unless you plan on doing video encoding. More details at: http://www.mediamonkey.co...odec-pack/
Ventis Media, Inc. - Nov 20 2012 at 5:42am Copy Link
Daniel Jones Is the 40% off coupon valid for the Lifetime version too?
If yes - can the lifetime version be installed on 3 PCs?
Also - do these 3 PCs need to be in the same household or no?

Nov 20 2012 at 7:41am Copy Link
Russell Samuels The 40% off coupon is for the version 4 license, and we guarantee that it'll provide you at least a full year of upgrades (i.e. if we release a version 5 before January 2014--which is likely, you're guaranteed a free license upgrade to version 5).

With respect to the license, it's limited to 3 installs within the same household.
Ventis Media, Inc. - Nov 20 2012 at 8:42am Copy Link
John Westbury Just tried to buy this, but the price showing on cart page is way over $14.99!! In fact it shows it as GBP 20.51 incl tax (for v4 Gold only - without the Codec pack). Surely some mistake here????
$14.99 = £9.42 at today's conversion rate!!
Nov 20 2012 at 8:55am Copy Link
Russell Samuels Hi John. Thanks for your support. Unfortunately, digital river, who runs our store, seems to take a rather large cut on the conversion (we don't make anything on it). The simplest way to avoid this is generally to purchase in USD (and let your bank / credit card company take care of the conversion).

Ventis Media, Inc. - Nov 20 2012 at 9:22am Copy Link
John Westbury Russell - I wish that were the simple answer!
Following your advice, I just tried to purchase in US$ from the link on this BDJ page - but it shows the full price ($24.99) and not the reduced one ($14.99)! Plus the dreaded taxes of course.
The price of the codec package IS showing as being reduced.
Nov 20 2012 at 9:58am Copy Link
Jason Hi Russell, I'm getting the same as John. Showing as $26.69 incl taxes of course. Totally different from what is advertised. Shame as I was going to buy.
Price of codec pack is showing 10% discount.
Nov 20 2012 at 10:51am Copy Link
Russell Samuels John, Jason,
I just tested it out and the coupon is working--it gives a 40% discount. Did you enter the coupon when you got to the cart?

The coupon is: oneday40off

(note: the coupon only discounts the price of MediaMonkey 40%--not the codec pack)
Ventis Media, Inc. - Nov 20 2012 at 11:14am Copy Link
Jason Russell, helps if I read small print and follow instructions. Works as stated.
Software bought, thanks again.
Nov 20 2012 at 12:49pm Copy Link
John Westbury Russell - You obviously have much greater faith than I do in Order forms!!
Yes, you're quite correct that if you do progress through the purchase process then you can enter the Coupon much later on - but that is very different to the 'normal' method used by every other BDJ purchase I have made here, where the Coupon is entered automatically at the start of the purchase process. In that way you can see exactly what you're going to be charged from the off - rather than waiting to 'almost the point of committal' before you get to see the actual/real cost you're going to be charged. And the price is different if you go through as US Dollar transaction than a GBP transaction - by a couple of quid!
Anyway, it's done now - but I still don't like not seeing the final price from the start.
Nov 20 2012 at 2:57pm Copy Link
Eddie Tex Russell, I hate to ask you this here, but I am a previous registered user of MediaMonkey 3.0. I'm trying to contact anyone with Ventis Media about upgrading (possibly to a lifetime license), but I'm finding it extremely difficult. In order to contact sales support, I need to submit a ticket. To submit a ticket, I need to login. To login, I need my username or password, which I can't recall, so when I try to create a new account, I'm told an account exists with my email address (my own no doubt). Please advise.
Nov 20 2012 at 4:00pm Copy Link
Russell Samuels Eddie, you can try via sales at mediamonkey dot ....
Ventis Media, Inc. - Nov 20 2012 at 4:29pm Copy Link
Russell Samuels Eddie, you can try via sales at mediamonkey dot com
Ventis Media, Inc. - Nov 20 2012 at 4:29pm Copy Link
Diego SEO Hi,

I have installed the trial and I'm facing the same problem than with all the Media Manager software that I have tested.

After importing the movies (using folder monitoring), the program gathers the movie title from the full file name so it's necessary to edit it afterwards (from within the program) in order to scrape the web and get the tags and audio/movie info.

So, for example, if I have my files named this way:

20000 Years in Sing Sing. Michael Curtiz, 1932

The program is not able to gather the media info. It's necessary to rename it to: "20000 Years in Sing Sing"

So, please tell me: Is it possible to configure the program to only gather the name of the movie before the first separator (a dot in this case, a minus sign or other symbols).

Or, better yet, Is it possible to train the program in order to detect and properly import the fields (tags) from the file names?. Example: $1 = Title, $3 = Director, $4 = Year.

If this could be possible I would definitely choose MediaMonkey as my Media Manager.

Two more questions:

- Is it possible to export the library to a format that other programs can understand?

- Is it possible to batch import the movie details from the Web (from an entire directory tree)?

Nov 20 2012 at 5:09pm Copy Link
Eddie Tex Thank you Russell. Email sent.
Nov 20 2012 at 5:56pm Copy Link
Tortuga @Russell Samuels
Just purchased, wd like to know if it's compatible w x64 systems & if it's ready for W8. And if not, when will it be??

Nov 20 2012 at 11:53pm Copy Link

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