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    Is there a program that lets me organize my music on my computer so i can see song title, album title year produced and things like that. Something similiar to Itunes but I dont want to convert my mp3 to AAC. I just want to be able to see my entire library and be able to organize it and edit.

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    Windows or Mac?
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      windows

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        Windows Media Player
        WinAmp
        Any one of 1000 different tag editors
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        • #5
          EH?

          iTunes works for with mp3 ...
          Check in the settings for import.
          Or did I just erase all the AAC ... lolo one or the other...

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          • #6
            there are MUCH better alternatives to iTunes with ipod support as well.

            jrmediacenter.com is the best. it costs very little for what it is. it makes itunes seem childish and dumb. this also includes picture, video and tv support too.

            jrmediajukebox is a free version of media center as it only does audio, but it doesnt have an mp3 encoder ($10 to add) so if youre going to buy the encoder you might as well buy the full media center version even if you just use it for audio.

            there is nothing better that i know of to orginize mp3's.
            tagging is too easy, its rock-solid reliable and the customer support via their community forums is 2nd to none.

            ive used jrmediacenter for what.. 6 years now? jim is always updating the software, every year there is a new version and it just keeps getting better. its weird to me how its not more popular, but whatever. people like their foobar and crap like that.

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            • #7
              Well if where throwing paid apps in the list....best tagger out there:
              http://www.zortam.com/

              It can do anything you can imagine with tags and is excellent for automatically tagging and renaming files after songs have been ripped (and you no longer have the CD). Also, has lyrics support which is a nice rarity.
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              • #8
                I know I may be off the mark, but isnt that what a Frontend End is for? Like Centrafuse, Ride Runner, LinixICE, etc?
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
                  I know I may be off the mark, but isnt that what a Frontend End is for? Like Centrafuse, Ride Runner, LinixICE, etc?

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                  • #10
                    frontends dont tag like jrmediacenter can. never tried zortam, ill check it out! if youre in the carpc biz, youre willing to spend money anyway i use jrmediacenter to tag and keep my music all in order (12k songs, 80+GB), even though i still use winamp with my front end.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by trader007 View Post
                      (12k songs, 80+GB)
                      Stored uncompressed?
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                      • #12
                        most of it is actually just 256 variable mp3.... back maybe 7 years ago there was a russian mp3 site selling mp3's at about 12cents a piece. full albums were like $1.50, so i ordered about $200 worth :P

                        those days are long gone of course, so as of the last couple years i do try to get everything in FLAC (sounds noticeably better then even 320kbs mp3). not sure the percentage of flac to mp3, but 1046 albums alltogether and im guessing only 50 are flac.

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