Where are MediaMonkey Playlists?
Re: Where are the playlists stored? They are stored in the MM database file. You can export them at Tools > Scripts > export playlists.
How do I backup my MediaMonkey playlist?
You can backup the Playlists (http://www.mediamonkey.com/support/inde ey-library) or export the Playlists (Tools > Scripts > Export All Playlists).
Is MediaMonkey still available?
MediaMonkey is the music and movie manager for serious collectors. It works with your devices (Apple, Android, etc.), your files (MP3, AAC, FLAC, WMA, etc.), with you in full control of how your music is tagged, organized and shared. It is available on Windows, Windows tablets, and Android.
How do I import a playlist into MediaMonkey?
Just scan the location with the M3U files (File > Add/Rescan Files) and they’ll be added to the Playlists > Imported Playlists node in the Media Tree.
Where is the MediaMonkey database stored?
The exception is the MediaMonkey 4/5 artwork caches which are stored within the file system. Most configuration data is stored in an . ini settings file that saves configuration information on a per-user basis (the exception being some configuration related to Views which is stored in the registry).
What database does MediaMonkey use?
The MM. DB file from MediaMonkey 3 is not a paradox database. It’s SQLITE.
What is better than MediaMonkey?
The best alternative is foobar2000, which is free. Other great apps like MediaMonkey are MusicBee, AIMP, Strawberry and Clementine. MediaMonkey alternatives are mainly Audio Players but alternatives to it may also be Media Players or Internet Radio Services.
How do I sync MediaMonkey with Android?
- Go to Options in MediaMonkey for Android.
- Scroll to the Wi-Fi Sync section.
- Tap Select sync server.
- Select the Media Server from MediaMonkey for desktop as you Sync server.
- If you have multiple storage locations (like an SD card) on your device select which storage location you want to Sync to.
What is MediaMonkey gold?
Multiple Media Collections. ‘Collections’ allow large media libraries to be segmented, customized and managed independently. For example Classical Music, Jazz, Kids Music, Home videos, TV, etc.