fisketjon wrote:All the suggestions for multiple libraries seems to imply that you want to keep the libraries separated. I would like to see support for multiple libraries in such a way that you can compare libraries, find differences, merge libraries by specifying preferred library in case of duplicates.
Well, Lowlander, one of the nice things about a MediaMonkey library is that it's very good at archiving information about songs that you don't actually have on your computer. I mean, some of these songs I'll never put on a computer again--they're in my MediaMonkey archive so I can look at, say, 5 versions of "Don't Be That Way" that I listened to over lunch break last summer at my job and see that I rated 2 of them with horrible ratings, and of the 3 I rated high, two have BPMs that are rather fast and one has a rather slow BPM.Lowlander wrote:What's the reason to have multiple libraries if you want to merge them. Just scan all the files in one library and use the duplicate functionality to filter out duplicates.
Simply install (or copy) mediamonkey to 2 (or however many needed) locations
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