Extend MediaMonkey's management facilities.
This script is very customisable and allows you to backup MediaMonkey files to a folder or archive. It also creates a restoration script, allowing you to easily restore from the backup. There is also an option to automatically run the backup each time MM starts up (with a user specified delay) or when MM shuts down.Version History / Details
Submitted by Steegy
Clears the Now Playing list on startup if it contains more than a set limit (default is 100). This reduces the processor drain on startup which some users have experienced. It allows the option of...
a) Clearing list
b) Removing those before currently playing [warning: only suitable if shuffle is off]
c) Reducing list to limit.
d) Removing those before currently playing and then reducing list to limit.Version History / Details
Firstly select a Location or My Computer node that you want to split into CD sized folders. Then select the script from the Tools menu and it will ask you to select the mode and size limit (song length in minutes or file length in megabytes). When you click "Ok" it will move the files into folders of the correct size.Version History / Details
Submitted by Steegy
Append seleced tracks to the now-playing-list and just play it now. From this function the plugin got its name but it has much more functions for the main-track-list:
Select all tracks from from focused to the first/last, invert selection, select all ratings smaller/larger than a specific star-value or select all not rated tracks.
Select all with same artist, album, album-artist based on the current focused. Select last played song or all behind this. Select all ever/never played tracks.
In a manual playlist you can move tracks via hotkeys (Ctrl-Cursorblock). Selections with lags you can group quickly in a consecutive order.
This VBScript is designed to run from a Scheduled Task and launch MediaMonkey to play music as an alarm clock.
Playlist names can be passed on the command line or configured in the script. If multiple playlists are specified, one will be selected at random and played when MediaMoneky launches.
The MediaMonkey volume can be set, and the if the freeware tool NirCmd.exe is present the Windows system volume can be set.Version History / Details