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Description: MediaMonkey is a digital media player and media library application developed by Ventis Media Inc., for organizing and playing audio on Microsoft Windows operating systems. By using plugins, it can be extended to handle video and other media formats as well. MediaMonkey is the award-winning media organizer and player for serious collectors. It cleans the mess in your music and video libraries, and lets you share and enjoy them across all your devices. Oct 28,  · The latest version of MediaMonkey (ver. ) offers the option of a portable installation. The installer needs to be run with admin privileges. In the window where the installation path has to be chosen, there is a checkbox for the portable installation option. It works fine, but I haven’t tested yet how close it is to stealthiness.

 

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Description: MediaMonkey is a digital media player and media library application developed by Ventis Media Inc., for organizing and playing audio on Microsoft Windows operating systems. By using plugins, it can be extended to handle video and other media formats as well. Jul 15,  · Re: Portable MediaMonkey. Post. by Ondrej» Sun Feb 20, pm. Second the wish for a portable version. A software this basic should be “self contained” enough to run from within a single folder without spreading it’s files all around the system drive. Which would be the first step to make it portable. Oct 28,  · The latest version of MediaMonkey (ver. ) offers the option of a portable installation. The installer needs to be run with admin privileges. In the window where the installation path has to be chosen, there is a checkbox for the portable installation option. It works fine, but I haven’t tested yet how close it is to stealthiness.
 
 
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Platform Please donate. By using plugins, it can be extended to handle video and other media formats as well. Download MediaMonkey Portable 4. There is also one thing that I would eventually like to fix, but I don’t know how: The launcher does not update the paths for any scripts that are installed. If there are any ideas, please let me know.

I also would like to be able to edit MM. This would eliminate the need to use the Watch Folders within MediaMonkey and save some time during startup. If anybody knows how to do this, please post the code below. This worked beautifully!! I just copied my local install folder to the folder on my pen drive. Scripts, extensions, settings all just the same.

Even if I changed portable settings, they didn’t reflect the home install nor vice-versa. Just like taking my monkey to work with me. Let me know if it keeps the same settings while you’re at work.

If you change any of the settings at work, see if they are kept when you try it out at home again. Everything stays on both versions.

Settings, themes, skins, databases are kept for each version. Now if Media Monkey isn’t open at the time, it will default to the local install, but that’s to be expected. I just upgraded earlier today and everything is still working. You cannot use the built in upgrade function, you have to download the MM installer, extract the contents and copy it over your portable version. The only thing that changed between 3.

It looks like MM upgraded to a new version of the installer that is not supported by UniExtract. Here’s the log file from UniExtract:. UniExtract uses an older version of the installer that MM was created with. The post describing it can be found here. Clicking the innounp link takes you to another page and you need to hit the download link.

You should be directed to a sourceforge page. This was a good find – I hope it makes it into release. I’ve been using a modified “portable” Media Monkey for a while, and it’s good to see a real one emerging.

I’ll be using it actively and will let you know if I have any issues. As I mentioned before I had a previous version of MM that was made portable not through the portable apps platform – I think it was through ini settings and pretty much everything stayed in the MM folder on my portable. It would create a folder in my Local AppData, but only put a m3u file in there which I could live with.

This version is copying over my MM. DB database from my portable location to the Local AppData location on the harddrive Nevermind – I see what it’s doing. It copies these files over to the hard drive and then copies them back to the portable when MM closes.

Is this normal? Is there a way to prevent it from behaving like this? Something must have gone funky with the MM ini file last time. I see they’ve released v3. I tried using UniExtract but with out any luck, even with the fix mentioned above. So I installed in on my computer and copied the files over to the portable directory and so far everything is working great. I’m also using this with the portable version of Winamp that’s here on the forums setting MediaMonkey to use the winamp player and it’s working great.

The only issue I’ve noticed, which I’ve mentioned before, is that it creates a folder under local AppData folder and stores some temp m3u files there which it removes when the program is closed. This isn’t an issue for me, but would MediaMonkey be considered a true portable app and be able to be released if it’s doing this?

I downloaded this file and replaced the one that was in UniversalExtractor and it unpacked properly. Let me know if you have any problems with unpacking it or if you find any bugs.

I have noticed that the folder you are speaking of is not cleaned up in Windows 7, but I haven’t come across it in XP. But as far as I could see it uses relative paths. Could have missed something, cause the file is very big. If this is the case and there would be any drive letters, they have to be local files, which you would have to get rid of anyway in a portable version.

The launcher checks for the system drive serial number drive letter is not good enough, cause 2 different PC’s could give the same drive letter If new and old serial are equal, keep old media library.

If new and old serial are not equal, delete media library and use watch folders. This way the launcher keeps the existing media library when the user uses MediaMonkeyPortable on the same computer.

But as well there couldn’t be any missing files in the media library, when using another Pc! So also you would need to add this in your script. I have seen some ini options to remove missing files? I’m pretty sure MM. I guess I don’t understand why you need to use the serial number.

If you just change the drive letter of each file in MM. The folder structure hasn’t changed, just the drive letter that the usb is plugged in to. Also, the size of MM. I don’t really know much about computers, so I don’t know if it’s helpful or not. If you want you can take this over because I think the scope of what I would like to do is far above what I know how to do. EDIT 2: I don’t know how to update drive letters. I don’t really have the time for the next few months to learn how to either.

Checked the MM. Adding local files inherently breaks portability. The idea is that the user would use a local install to play local files. It is their own computer, why would they have music files on their computer and no music player? The music player on the usb drive would play files that are located on the usb drive as well. That way users would be able to take their media library with them.

This is the concept behind portable apps. But you will not have control of what all users will do with MMportable. There are bount to be users who will temporaraly add some files from a local hdd. As well Media Monkey has the same problem as Winamp does, leaving cookies and stuff through their browsers.

Maybe if I really can’t get any further with Winamp Portable I will have a look on disabling the browser for Media Monkey, cause leaving traces is a no go for PA. I’m not really giving up, I just don’t have the time to figure things out right now. Also, I have no idea how to change the drive letters. If you know how to please post and I’ll try to get around to adding that functionality. I am using a non freeware program to do it, but it is easy enough just opening windows notepad and drag ‘n drop MM.

The data will be pretty clear that way. By the way, after I actually got some local folders in MM. You’ll have to try and see for your self. So I suggest you keep the Watch Folders the way they are now, seems to work fine. Besides the MM. Make sure you include the last two lines of the following in to your script.

How does MediaMonkey store the file paths then? If it was simply relative paths, then the media library would work as long as the media and MediaMonkey were on the same drive. This isn’t the case. Whenever you switch computers and the drive letter changes, MediaMonkey can not longer find the media.

This is what led me to believe that MediaMonkey somehow uses absolute paths. The problem with using the file monitor is that every time it rescans it adds jpgs and other random files to the library.

If you look under the node for Unknown Artists you will see a ton of files. I’ve also noticed that the File Monitor doesn’t remove missing tracks. I think this is a bug with MediaMonkey itself though. But have a go through the data, the way I explained before or get info on the site you mentioned , maybe you will find how MM saves the drive letter.

If you find it I could help you to code the drive letter update for MM.