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Giveaway of the day — Home Multimedia Library

Home Multimedia Library is a solution for digital media cataloging, organizing and playback.
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Home Multimedia Library es una solución para medios digitales de catalogación, organización y reproducción. Usted puede hacer su catálogo de CDs, fotos, listas de reproducción de audio y archivos de vídeo. CD Catalog le permite crear una base de datos de todos tus discos CD de audio. Puede escanear los discos y almacenar toda la información de pistas, letras, las propiedades de CD, portada, contraportada y la imagen de CD.

Para analizar su CD que puede también consultar la base de datos CDDB de Internet. Con la biblioteca multimedia característica puede organizar su colección completa de archivos de audio y vídeo en una biblioteca de artistas y álbumes. Con Home Multimedia Library puede almacenar todo tipo de información acerca de crear artistas, álbumes y archivos. Puede guardar imágenes artista, biografía, discografía, letras de canciones y mucha otra información. Además de la organización de archivos que puede almacenar en la base de datos.

Álbumes de fotos le permite crear álbumes de fotografías digitales. Puede organizar las imágenes en álbumes con las categorías, ver y editar imágenes. Además de organizar fotos que puede almacenar en la base de datos. Otra biblioteca es una base de datos de listas donde se puede almacenar y reproducir archivos de listas de reproducción.

El software se ha construido a partir de en cuatro reproductores multimedia y también incluye la reproducción de Estadística, Radio Internet, base de datos CDDB y buscador de archivos. Todos los principales de audio video y archivos de la lista son compatibles. Puede crear una lista de sus archivos multimedia favoritos o estaciones de Internet y utilizar el software como el reproductor multimedia. Se puede incorporar en el Explorador de archivos que le permite gestionar fácilmente archivos en su ordenador y añadir archivos a las bibliotecas.


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Requerimientos del Sistema:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7

Publicado por:

Sprintbit Corporation

Página Oficial:

http://www.homemultimedialibrary.com/

Tamaño del Archivo:

25.7 MB

Precio:

$29.00

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#2

La instalación es un desastre. Después de lograr instalarlo y ejecutar la activación, esta no funciona. El programa no se puede ejecutar. Total perdida de tiempo. Si, es gratis pero si yo hubiera pagado por esto me sentiría engañado. Este va a la lista negra de los programas que no se pueden comprar.

Responder   |   Tony G  –  13 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (0)
#1

Instale el programa y luego ejecute active.exe pero no lo activo ¿alguna solucion?Gracias

Responder   |   Marcos  –  13 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (0)
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#5

Downloaded OK.

DirectX 9 was installed, or at least some modification to it. Which I think was kind of nice, as I have Directx 11 on my computer... This may be because of some kind of "all previous versions of DirectX is still on your computer". I don't know, and I don't like it.

No choice as to what start menu folder the program would be installed in. Something the program took full advantage of, and put itself on the TOP of my start menu. I do not like that either.

And, now I may be just shouting about my ignorance, but I have just spent 30 minutes trying to import my music-library, and so far have not been able to include ONE file. There is probably an easy way to import my music and keep the tags already on the files, but so far, I cannot find it.

So, I give up, and go back to my faithful Winamp player. There, I know where the files are and what buttons to press. (Again, it might be my ignorance, but I don't think I EVER had problems making winamp find music, sort music, delete music, update music.)

This program MAY be a good idea, but sadly, I will never know.

Spredo  –  13 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+104)
#4

@Victor Healry - , where does iTunes keep allow you to keep artist pictures, biography, discography and lyrics, please? And where does it let you create albums of your digital pictures?

Baxter Tocher  –  13 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+77)
#3

With the popularity and amount of multimedia growing on my and most every Internet media junkie (young and old alike), the concept of a Home Multimedia Library cataloging, organizing, and playing application (as an alternative to Windows Media Center is a fresh new and welcomed genre of application. I was exited to check out this apps homepage to get an idea of it's features (hopefully common sense and practical) and view some of the screen captures of its various interfaces.
But what I found was one single example screen capture the size of a postage stamp and indiscernible as to what it was of.

Being very disappointed that there was only one screen capture of an interface example and instead of the standard of showing example images of an application's interfaces with a list of features, there was instead a big block of unformatted poorly translated text which left me feeling as uninformed of the product as when I started. I had to research on my own to get an understanding of what Playback Statistic was and still have no idea where its sources of Internet Radio are coming from let alone how many genres, or stations there are to choose from etc... I wasn't even going to attempt to fathom why it has 'built-in four multimedia players'.
Once I clicked on the interface screen capture link to view the larger image example and discovered it was the same size as the tiny indiscernible thumbnail making it virtually worthless, I decided there's no way I'm installing this software from a software company that doesn't appear to understand how to take screen caps of their product or how to make the example image display large enough to actually recognize anything in it.
After reading through the description a few times and also reading the descriptions of their other products (and considering the four multimedia players), it seems to me more like they're clustering together a bunch of simple commonly found public domain programing routines and are calling these clusters new applications.
That's just my opinion for whatever its worth (or not worth :).

Glenn Kelly  –  13 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+58)
#2

@Fubar,
Thanks for all your comments, they are always appreciated, including today's.

Granted, your point is valid that we shouldn't complain about lack of XP support by modern apps. But I'd just like to point out that there are other reasons for staying on XP, like these two:

1) Devices need apps and drivers that were never updated from XP.
For example, I have a 2004 Sony Clie TH55 PDA that can fully sync only to XP. And a couple of other similar gadgets that I'm attached to.

2) PC's that can't handle Vista and further.
For example, I have a completely useful 2004 UMPC (Sony U750P, 5" screen) that has 512MB of non-expandable memory (no one has ever been able to find an upgrade) that would stall on Vista or further.

For category 1 above, yes, I could take a risk that Win 7 Professional and its XP support would work. Or throw away the device (yikes, PDAs became smartphones with mandatory data plan!), or dual boot (why pay up for another OS license for marginal extra utility?), but that's expensive for the honest home user who pays full price for OSs.

Joe T.  –  13 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+49)
#1

Well, the first requirement for such a system concerning DVD's is that I can access it when I'm in a store, and can't remember if I have this or that DVD, so imo VideoDB is a much better free alternative, that runs on a webserver, uses mysql and is free.

Kenneth Fribert  –  13 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+29)

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