Media Jukebox

Media Jukebox 8.0

Free
Player & organizer for digital music
4.2  (22 votes)
2.6
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All-in-one player and organizer for digital music offering more power and functionality than other jukeboxes. It features:
Multiple Media Formats - MEDIA JUKEBOX supports over 80 media file formats -- more than any other jukebox. It harnesses the power of both Microsoft Windows Media Player and RealNetworks' RealPlayer, making it possible to play MP3, Windows Media, RealMedia, QuickTime, LiquidAudio, J. River's own secure format, MusicEx, and many other audio and video formats. MEDIA JUKEBOX also supports the latest streaming technology, like Shoutcast and Icecast.

CD Ripping - MEDIA JUKEBOX supports the ripping of Audio CD's.
MJ Supports Secure Ripping - This feature double-checks the ripping process for errors, and eliminates the clicks and pops you hear on some ripped CD files.

MP3 Encoding (PLUS Feature) - MEDIA JUKEBOX gives you a host of encoding options that include ripping and encoding CD's to MP3 up to 320 Kbps, constant and variable bitrate encoding, and encoding with multi-processors (where possible), to give you the fastest encoding available. Additional encoding plug-ins are available for WMA, OGG, APE and more.

CD Burning - Using MEDIA JUKEBOX, you can burn (record) your own audio or data CD's. Audio CD's can be created from any combination of MP3, WAV or WMA file formats. It will even convert sampling rates and change mono to stereo to allow you to burn incompatible formats. MEDIA JUKEBOX supports most standard CD-R(W) drives. MJ also supports burning CD-Text information on data CD's.

Data CD Support - When you insert a data CD full of MP3's or other digital music into your CD-Rom, MEDIA JUKEBOX shows you those files, along with any folders you have created. Data CD's containing digital music can then be played in MEDIA JUKEBOX just like audio CD's.

Cross-fading - This playback option is for those of you who like to have one song fade out as it finishes while the next song fades in. Just like the radio!

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Tim Turner

Tim Turner I just dumped J River Media Jukebox after using it for years. For one thing they stopped supporting and improving it. As a matter of fact, from version 12 to version 14 they even removed one of the most popular features it had, that of right clicking and updating the album art from the Internet. Also slow to get support if any unless you buy the Media Center Upgrade. I switched to it after Yahoo destroyed the Music Match Jukebox, which was the greatest. Now searching for a new one.

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Guest #100389878 i love this software

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Barry Ward

Barry Ward Less buggy than other media players

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