Deleting a library means different things for various users. The C: drive is now the new cloned drive, so I would want those files exactly where they are. Absolutely, you are very welcome. Songs in multiple albums most early stones albums had dup tracks , albums in multiple directories etc. You will see a running total as you select more items to sync. J River Media Jukebox gets my vote.
If you follow these directions properly, the Music app or Music Player Remix will recognize the playlists and album art just fine. Lowlander wrote:No, it will remove the files from the Playlists and you'll loose Play History and unsaved tags as well. There is a lot of discussion on how to best sync music to the Pre. Now purge, well, you know when you ingest certain poisons, they give you something and you puke your guts out so there's nothing in them. I mean get rid of the files so I can replace them. It just gives you so much more control than itunes does, and seems to be compatible with everything.
Also it supports all file extensions out there. I guess you didn't make it to the last part of my previous post. Depending on how much memory you have free, you may or may not want to sync all of your music. I bet its because the music player has to index all the mp3s in a folder, but doing it in iPod file structure creates a database of all the songs. Thanks again for the write up. Sorry to raise some debate. Lowlander wrote:If you delete from the old? Like I said, I never used to have this problem, but I just installed a new Media Monkey windows decided to delete my old and maybe it's a different updated version then my last? I haven't yet checked your knowledgebase item, but I will soon.
Now purge, well, you know when you ingest certain poisons, they give you something and you puke your guts out so there's nothing in them. But please backup important files first. However, this how-to is just for syncing to the Pre, so lets move on. That doesn't sound exactly right. I've never used auto organize before. It is not recommended since playlists will not work properly.
I mean get rid of the files so I can replace them. I am honestly not sure. Highlight all the files in the Library. I mean it is a serious difference in performance on the phone. Media Monkey can't sync video files yet, but I think they may be working on it.
It will give you the choice of removing the listing or deleting the file from your computer. Album art is stored one of two ways: in the same folder as the song, or saved to the songs tag. It will give you the choice of removing the listing or deleting the file from your computer. Or will both do it? There is also an add on to help with this. I'm back to normal well as normal as I get, anyway! I guess you didn't make it to the last part of my previous post.
Both entries play normally and in fact, both entries are highlighted bold when either one of them is playing. I am looking for a way to do that remove all? Then re-sync your newly updated MediaMonkey library to your Pre as shown in the original post. This is the option we will be using. . You've got a great attitude for someone who can't handle a simple program.
Sometimes it's a whole album, other times it's a few songs in the middle of an album. Including naming not quite the same. Add all your music to the library. To use the iPod plugin, follow these steps: 1. Inside of that there should be a section for duplicates. I did notice I was able to browse all of the music that is on my Pre through Media Monkey, so I think I'm going to just delete everything with Media Monkey before syncing. Now I just wish they would develop a version for Ubuntu! I think I've given Media Monkey enough auditions.
Anyway, I'd like to get down from 40,000 tracks to 20, without playing around with 'Find Duplicates,' Thank you I have a similar problem. This duplication thing has happened to me multiple times over the years and deleting chunks of tracks and rescanning is the only way I could find to clean up the database. Device configuration tab Match your settings to the settings shown above for maximum compatibility. Under music there was the C drive and then another, unlettered drive. The Pre only recognizes album art saved to the tag.
I highly suggest using the built in tools for finding duplicates, properly tagging music, adding album art, etc. Double Twist is the only other program I've been able to get to sync playlists with album art, but it's pretty bare-bones feature-wise. However you can do this easily using the Location sub-node ie. Right now all playlists point to the old location, so all songs are greyed out. I did not say anything about listings.