I have Media Moneky 4.03 running on Windows Vista 32-bit. It works really well. I recently ran the Mixmaster BPM Analyzer 1.0 (the freeware) over my music collection, which is all MP3's, to add beats per minute to all the songs for exercise playlists. (Yes, I hit the rescan button in Mixmaster.) It took a few hours but it did the job. However there's one thing that looks like a bug and one feature enhancement request I'd like to make.
First, the feature enhancement request: when I click on Music, then All in the far left pane, then in the central pane's columns list add the BPM column, the BPMs don't display anything to the right of the decimal point. Would it be possible to show BPM to the nearest tenth? I know that sounds either goofy or anal, but it does make a difference once you get used to a particular rhythm. (MixMeister outputs BPM to 2 decimal places but I can't feel any difference in the hundredths place.)
Second, the possible bug: when I bring up Music All in the far left pane, then in the central pane pick any song name, right click on it, choose Properties, then click on the Details tab, the BPM field at upper right is empty. Would it be possible to fill that in? The link up above in this thread says that Media Monkey 4 supports MP3 BPM in ID3v2, so it seems like it would work. I don't think there is a problem with my mp3 files' ID3 field format. Most of the files were ripped with MediaMonkey 3.2 and higher.
Is there someplace else I should submit this?