- No if the tags are correct and the Album Artist field if filled in. If you use check for unsynchronised tags under files to edit that will show any files where the tags do NOT match the library.
If you select all those listed and ctrl S that will sync (write the tags) to all those files.
- m3u files are auto-imported if they are contained within the folders scanned by MM.
You will find them under Playlists - Imported playlists
Lowlander wrote:It is up to creators of visualizations to create visualizations that would work out of the box with MediaMonkey.
***That is one thing I find frustrating. Many of them act as if that is the case so I DL them and then they don't work and then I have more cr*p on my HD to be clean off out a later date. Just for the record, my version of MM is
In most cases creating a file winamp.exe (can be done with Notepad) in the Program Files\MediaMonkey folder is enough to trick WinAmp addons to install in the MediaMonkey plugins folder instead.
Lowlander wrote:1) Open Notepad, File > Save As. File Name = winamp.exe and Save as type = All Files. Save the file in the Program Files\MediaMonkey folder.
2) Are you burning an Audio or Data CD?
Lowlander wrote:With a Data CD you'll often see it sorted on filename and thus you'd need to make sure the filenames are named in the correct sort. MediaMonkey can do this when you use <Auto Number> as first item in the filename (given you don't use folders). So a mask like <Auto Number> - <Artist> - <Title> will work.
***That worked perfect! Thanks! 68 different tracks, with of course different titles, but MM did not re-arrange the list via the alphabet . . . I did as you suggested above and all sixty eight tracks stayed in my playlist order.
Audio CD's will be in order and no action other than having the tracks in the order you'd like them is needed.
***That is cool to know. Thank you.
***Take care, Dean
Masks: http://www.mediamonkey.com/wiki/index.p ... ormats/4.0
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