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MediaMonkey 4 Readme September 24, 2012 ------------------------1. Introduction MediaMonkey is an easy-to-use media organizer for serious collectors.

It catalog s music files (MP3s, WMAs, OGG, AAC/M4A, MPC, APE, FLAC, VQF, WAV files) and audio CDs, as well as video files (AVI, MP4, MOV, WMV, MKV) and helps you: - Organise your media and help you find the files you're looking for - Tag tracks in your library (automatically) in a variety of formats (ID3v1&v 2, OGG, WMA/WMV, APE2, RIFF, MP4) - Play audio and videos, level volume, and display funky visualizations - Sync files with your portable devices and phones - Share media with your other A/V devices over DLNA/UPnP - Record CDs into OGG, MP3, and WMA files - Convert audio and video formats - Create playlists and music mixes quickly (manually or automatically) to sui t any occasion + Much, much more... 2. OS Requirements MediaMonkey is supported on: - Windows 7 - Windows Vista - Windows XP SP2 MediaMonkey can be made to work, but is unsupported on: - WINE (Linux) 3. Installation a) Double-click the file you downloaded, and follow the on-screen instructions. b) If no sound is heard when you try to play a track, you may want to try switch ing output plug-ins. Go to Tools | Options | Player | Output Plug-ins and change Plug-ins c) If you have problems playing or encoding WMA (Window Media Audio) files, it m ay be due to outdated Windows Media Drivers. You can install the most recent dri vers from: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/format/codecdownload.aspx Note: MediaMonkey supports WMA DRM 9, but does not yet support files protecte d by WMA DRM 10. 4. Advanced Configuration a) Command line options A number of flags can be set when running MediaMonkey from the command line: /NoSplash - don't show splash screen when starting MediaMonkey /Next - play files after the current track /Add - add files to the Now Playing queue

/Party - start up in Party Mode /Play - start up and play whatever is currently in the Now Playing q ueue /ResetToolbars - resets toolbar configuration to default settings You can use these options as follows: MediaMonkey /NoSplash /Add "My song.mp3" 5. Known Issues Please see our support page: http://mediamonkey.com/support/index.php?_m=know ledgebase&_a=view 6. Feedback and Questions If you have any comments or questions, we'd be happy to hear from you. Contact information follows: - Support Requests: http://mediamonkey.com/support - Discussion Forums: http://www.mediamonkey.com/forum -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Copyright (c) 2003-2012, Ventis Media, Inc.