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MediaMonkey

Organize, Sync, and Share your media collection

$24.95
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Platforms: Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP
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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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Tim Parsons I already have a Gold license for this wonderful program. However... if this deal also covers the lifetime license, I could be persuaded to re-license. Does it? :)
Jun 29 at 2:39am Copy Link
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Russell Samuels Hi, The current promo applies to MediaMonkey 4.x. Note though that anybody that purchases it today will receive at least a year of uppdates--and that will include an update to MM 5.0 which is scheduled for release later this year.
Ventis Media, Inc. - Jun 29 at 4:15am Copy Link
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Kat D GREAT software! Having been using it for years. Advanced settings give me unparalleled control. Excited to hear a new version is coming. :-)
Jun 29 at 5:48am Copy Link
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Thomas User Good evening, if we buy this deal and we're happy with it, can we upgrade to the lifetime licence or do we have to buy the full lifetime licence edition?
Jun 29 at 12:11pm Copy Link
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Russell Samuels We offer a 40% discount to existing users on upgrades to lifetime licenses. But as I said previously: if you buy a 4.x license now, you're going to get an upgrade to 5.0 at no cost, so you can decide to upgrade to 'Lifetime' in 1 year+ (i.e. no need to put the money down up front).
Ventis Media, Inc. - Jun 29 at 12:25pm Copy Link
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MBe In the Shopping-Cart I get the following description

"This gives you Gold functionality for the current version plus related bug fix updates (e.g. you get free updates to versions 4.x, but not to 5.x, or 6.x)."
Jun 29 at 1:10pm Copy Link
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Russell Samuels Please see our full licensing policy at http://www.mediamonkey.co...le/View/81 . Here's the relevant text:

...a MediaMonkey 4.x Gold license entitles you to free updates to future 4.x versions (e.g. 4.1.x, 4.2, etc.), and is guaranteed to minimally provide a year of updates from the date of purchase, so if MediaMonkey 5.x is released 1 month after a 4.x license has been purchased, then a free upgrade to 5.x will be provided. Existing Gold users who aren't eligible for a free upgrade, receive coupons for a discounted upgrade.
Ventis Media, Inc. - Jun 29 at 2:28pm Copy Link
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Tim Parsons Okay, you got me :)
Jun 29 at 3:28pm Copy Link
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Ring Zero How do I go about cancelling an order? I just ordered this and I received an e-mail from Element 5 stating that I would receive another e-mail with the information I need to register the program. The only e-mail that I received right after that was login information for Element 5, which didn't help. Not interested in having to chase this down and would rather cancel the order.
Jun 29 at 3:38pm Copy Link
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Russell Samuels If you post the last 4 digits of your order number, I can verify the status of your key and/or issue a refund.
Ventis Media, Inc. - Jun 29 at 4:25pm Copy Link
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Ring Zero Thanks Russell for getting this straightened out. I appreciate the quick response.
Jun 29 at 4:54pm Copy Link
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Johno Hi, can you clear something up for me ? hopefully soon so I can know whether to purchase or not before time runs out. I decided to go and have a look at the MediaMonkey online site. Media Monkey itself, with pretty much all the features this page has spoken about, is FREE !. You can see this if you look at this MediaMonkey web page: http://www.mediamonkey.com/download/ This page lists the differences between MediaMonkey (the FREE version) and the actual version you would need to pay for, at a cost of $24.95 USD - which is called "MediaMonkey GOLD". So, I am hoping that this one offered here through Bitsdujour is actually MediaMonkey GOLD, because otherwise why are we paying $14.97 for the free version?. And, if it is for the full MediaMonkey GOLD version, why doesn't the title of this Bitsdujour page in all its headings and titles say 'MediaMonkey GOLD" ?? Its just confusing and not clear. I am interested in purchasing but yeah, please clarify this. Thanks, Johno.

ps. can you also please provide an option to upgrade to the Lifetime license in relation to this Bitsdujour offer ? Thankyou. (ie. how much extra to pay if someone would like to go strait to the Lifetime license. The Lifetime license is available from the MediaMonkey site for a total cost of $49.95 USD, so it would obviously need to be a discount below that. Thankyou.)
Jun 29 at 5:46pm Copy Link
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Russell Samuels Hi, Thanks for the interest.

The promotion is for MediaMonkey Gold--we're not trying to sell you the free version ;-)

As far as the lifetime license, we don't offer it on promo because it's such a good deal to begin with ;-)
Ventis Media, Inc. - Jun 29 at 8:41pm Copy Link
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Johno Thanks for your timely response.
However, you didn't answer the question, why isn't the title for this promo 'MediaMonkey Gold' ? - it would have saved this question and been less ambiguous.
Thanks for making the deal available just the same.
regards,
Johno.
Jun 29 at 11:40pm Copy Link
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Richard User Like others who have already posted, I already own a Media Monkey Gold Lifetime license. Media Monkey is an excellent program, VERY capable. If you are really into managing your media collection - sorting, filtering, creating playlists, editing tags, syncing to other devices, setting up a media server, having a "jukebox" for parties, etc, etc - this program will do it all. It handles my 300,000-plus music files easily. There are tons of features. It takes awhile to appreciate everything this app can do. Did I mention it can use many WinAmp plug-ins? Also, there is a very robust support and discussion forum.

The free version does a lot. The Gold version does more.
Jun 30 at 6:32am Copy Link
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DougandBethany User Have 2 questions about Media Monkey - would like answers prior to purchase:

Can you tag ALAC files? My current process is to rip a CD into FLAC on my computer, but when I need to sync it to the iPhone I then need to convert the FLAC file to ALAC. I am realizing this is just eating up extra space and moving forward plan to just record the CD into ALAC format. But I do not see where tagging ALAC files is an option.

My second question deals with cleaning up existing files. I have numerous files - both FLAC and MP3 format - that I know are missing songs, duplicates, have only part of a song recorded, etc...Does Media Monkey provide a way to identify these missing/bad files?

Thank you.
Jun 30 at 7:17am Copy Link
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Russell Samuels Johno; You're right--the promo should have been titled 'MediaMonkey Gold'. Thanks for your perseverance re. the store--I'm in touch with Digital River to find out what the problem was.

Doug and Bethany: Files can be converted to ALAC and tagged like any other format. i.e. To convert the files to ALAC you can either:
a) Manually select the files in question and use Tools > Convert, and then select the ALAC M4A format.
b) Plug in your iPhone and configure the sync profile to automatically convert flac files to ALAC (iPhone Sync Profile > Options > Auto-conversion). Note that this is a Gold-only feature.

To tag files (ALAC or any other formats), you just edit them in MediaMonkey. Note that when you sync/autoconvert flac files on your PC to an iOS device, the FLAC files tags are automatically migrated to the corresponding ALAC file that is transferred to your device.

Re. your second question: MediaMonkey has a 'files to edit' function that helps you find and edit (or delete):
- Tracks that are duplicates
- Tracks that are missing specific information (e.g. Title, Rating, Album Art, etc..)
- Tracks that are missing
Ventis Media, Inc. - Jun 30 at 7:49am Copy Link
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Richard User @DougandBethany, I can help with your 2nd question. First, I don't know how any app could know if a track you have is only part of the song.

On missing files, I assume you mean you have, say, 3 songs on an album and would like to know if that album has other songs you don't have in your collection. There is a free add-on filter to show albums that are "missing" track numbers. For example, you have tracks 2, 4, and 5. It would display the songs on that album, and you could see that you have no tracks 1 and 3. However, it wouldn't know that there is also a missing track 6.

There is, however, a number of tools to help identify missing/bad data and duplicates. There is a "Duplicate Titles" filter that shows where you have more than one instance of a song title + artist combination. This filter is a little picky in that the title and artist name have to be an exact match, although it ignores differences in capitalization. There are a number of native filters to show tracks that have missing data: lyrics, title, album name, year, rating, and so on. The free add-on filter I referred to above can show "inconsistent" data - for example, a case where you have two track 2's on an album, or a track title that has a missing parenthesis [in other words, it has a "(" but no corresponding ")"].

Take a look at the MediaMonkey forum on their website. There is a ton of discussion there about what MM can and cannot do.

(Ooops! I see that Russell Samuels responded while I was composing my post.)
Jun 30 at 7:57am Copy Link
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DougandBethany User Russell and Richard - thanks for your replies!!

@Russell Samuels - I like the Auto Conversion you described. That way I could still maintain my FLAC library on my PC and only convert - I assume on the fly - those files going to the iPhone. As it is now I have a copy of a given CD in FLAC and one in ALAC, which is redundant. Not sure why I did not just start recording my files in ALAC, I think I remember reading that FLAC was better when I started this project years ago

@Richard User - I currently use dgPoweramp to rip my cd's and they have a function called PerfectTunes which finds Album Art, edits metadata, removes duplicate tracks and checks for ripping errors against AccurateRip. But dbPoweramp is not really designed to be a music manager. It would appear that I might be better maintaining dbPoweramp for its functions and using Media Monkey for its strengths.
Jun 30 at 10:23am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @DougandBethany User, I am sorry about the issue. I have just contacted the vendor to help fix it.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jun 30 at 10:41am Copy Link
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Tortuga Hello :)
@Russell Samuels or anyone that knows ;)

I bought a license in previous BdJ Promo.
I'm a bit confused abt the *Portable* version.
So, I just deploy the app in a External HDD, enter the RegKey and it's activated, right??
Where can I dwld a 'Portable Gold' ? Or does the Portable Free version becomes Gold, once one enters the RegKey?

Thank you for any help
Peace

N.B.: Ok, I'm an idiot, just realized the setup includes the Portable option! Duh!! :)
So, by entering the RegKey, it becomes Gold, yes??
Jun 30 at 11:10am Copy Link
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MBe @Russell Samuels
where can I find what's new in MM5?
Jun 30 at 12:03pm Copy Link
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Russell Samuels DougandBethany: 'the product doesn't exist message' was there for about 5 minutes as we made an update to the store. All is good now.

Tortuga: 'Portable mode' just means that it is installed in such a way that it can be run directly off a USB key/Portable drive. So to answer your question, 'yes' you can just install it in portable mode and then enter the license key to activate the Gold functionality.

M Be: We don't have marketing material yet for MM5, but if you want to test out pre-release builds, you can do so via: http://www.mediamonkey.co...30&t=86639
Ventis Media, Inc. - Jun 30 at 12:17pm Copy Link
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Tortuga @Russell Samuels - Hello again :)

Well, all in all t'was 2 idiot questions ... !!!
After actually *installing* all my questions were answered ;)
Everything was clear simple & evident (thank you!), just me being afraid beforehand, that it was complicated. sigh !!!

Peace
Jun 30 at 12:57pm Copy Link
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MBe @Russell Samuels
I try it at the moment, but I can only recognize the changes in the GUI.
Are there another new features?
Jun 30 at 1:26pm Copy Link
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Russell Samuels It's pretty much a new product built from the ground up to serve as a base for the next few years. Some new features are (not all features are complete yet):
- automated metadata lookup, improved metadata lookup for non-music types
- integration with 3rd party music services and storage services (Google Music, Youtube, Google drive, etc.)
- improved UI/navigation
- built to allow for cross-platform support
etc...
Ventis Media, Inc. - Jun 30 at 1:50pm Copy Link
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MBe I have v3 and v4 Licence ... I see no benefit for me to UG on v5.
Thanks for clarification.
Jun 30 at 2:05pm Copy Link
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Russell Samuels Yes--there's definitely no need to upgrade to V5 since it isn't even yet released :-) Keep in mind that V4 Gold users are automatically upgraded to V5 if they've purchased V4 within a year of V5's release. Lastly, all existing MM Gold users that don't qualify for the free upgrade will receive a discounted upgrade price.
Ventis Media, Inc. - Jun 30 at 3:36pm Copy Link
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MBe I know that ... the strategy was to UG through this deal
Jun 30 at 3:52pm Copy Link
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Fredrick I am a bit hesitant to purchase MediaMonkey because I was unable to locate customary information regarding Ventis Media and MediaMonkey on the merchant website (e.g., corporate address, telephone number(s), years in business, business philosophy, privacy policy, etc). This is not to imply the information is not available; however, I could not readily locate the information on the website. I was able to locate the sentence “Ventis Media is headquartered in Canada, with offices in Montreal and the Czech Republic,” and the end user license agreement. If available, may I please receive URLs for customary company information and your privacy policy?
Jun 30 at 6:30pm Copy Link
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Russell Samuels Company info: Ventis Media is a Canadian Corporation. You can see corporate details at https://www.ic.gc.ca/app/...cale=en_CA . We've been around since 2004 (you can search the Internet Archive to see various MediaMonkey releases since that time).

Privacy policy: http://www.mediamonkey.com/privacy/
Ventis Media, Inc. - Jul 2 at 6:28am Copy Link
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