Discussion in 'Windows & Other Software' started by RBL, 28 Feb 2010.
iTunes or WMP
Never use any library system, I just play the albums from the folder.
iTunes, nowhere near as bad as people make it out to be. Especially if you are even slightly competent with windows, it can be made very slim
Just tried out Zune, and it's amazing!
Looks sleek, easy to use and just feel modern.
I have an ipod, and naturally I don't use itunes.
Sharepod in conjunstion with the mighty mediamonkey does the trick.
I don't like iTunes too. I have quite a lot of mp3s and sorting them in iTunes is nightmare. I only use iTunes to transfer mp3s to ipod and close it down as soon as possible.
iTunes, Spotify or Grooveshark.
Windows Media Player
iTunes because I have an iPod
How is it a nightmare, its just as simple as with any other app.
WMP, never had a problem with it.
WMP, I by far prefer the interface/media library of wmp over anything else.
Also use Spotify though.
I use Foobar because it works great. You can also make it look awesome.
I've tried iTunes and its an absolute nightmare. I drag and drop a single album, it bangs the tracks into random places and creates 20 seperate album entries in coverflo. Takes 10 minutes to sort everything manually.
I drag and drop an album into foobar and it groups it as an album perfectly and gets the cover art from folder.jpg. Takes 2 seconds to import an album.
iTunes followed by Spotify for looking up quick songs.
Foobar although moving over to Spotify (will most likely move to Premium if I carry on liking it)
i have quite an unhealthy obsession with foobar.
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