Mediamonkey Mac

MediaMonkey is not currently available for Mac or Linux (although with MediaMonkey 5 we have begun work on making MediaMonkey ready for cross-platform releases).

For those that require an immediate solution, some users have tested MediaMonkey 3/4 and MediaMonkey 5 on Linux and OS X under Wine and several other free and shareware virtualization products and found that it works surprisingly well.

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The most common problem of virtualization products is Windows Driver emulation and DirectX access to hardware (both GPU and Sound Cards). For best compatibility with such drivers, users have found the following settings work best:

  1. Install MediaMonkey under virtual environment OS
  2. On initial startup don’t play any tracks
  3. Go directly to Tools -> Options -> Player -> Output Plugins
  4. Select Wave Out Plugin
  5. Click on Configure
  6. Set buffer settings to 200ms/0ms/0ms
  7. Confirm and save Changes
  8. Close and Restart MediaMonkey

At this point playback should work correctly. Users have tested these settings on VMware Fusion, Parallels on Mac, VMWare Workstation on Linux.

Note: You’ll need to configure your virtualization environment to share the local system folder that MediaMonkey has access to your your media files.

Mediamonkey Mac

One down side of this software, is it’s available for only Windows users so Mac users cannot use this software to organize their music library. “ MediaMonkey is a music manager and jukebox for serious music collectors and iPod users. It catalogs your CDs, OGG. MediaMonkey Gold is the media manager for serious collectors.MediaMonkey catalogs audio and video files, whether they're located on a hard drive or network, dividing them into different 'collections' (e.g. Contemporary, classical music, audiobooks, home movies, tv, videos). MediaMonkey is a music manager and media jukebox for serious music collectors and iPod users. It catalogs your CDs, OGG, WMA, MPC, FLAC, APE, WAV and MP3 audio files. It looks up missing Album Art and track information via Freedb and the web, and includes an intelligent tag editor and an automated file and directory renamer to organize your music library.

Mediamonkey Machspeed

Applies to: MMW4, MMW5

Hello Morgenstern72,

Mediamonkey Mac 2019

i belive you, that you have experience with IT. But i think you have not really experience with software development. I think not so as you. The MediaMonky-Team has overall no problem with MAC, Windows or Linux if they change there development framework. Today, it gives so great libraries (like Qt, Unity, etc.)! If you develop a application with Qt, so you have never the problems like you describe. You have nothing to change on your source code. This all is handled by the underlying framework (like Qt).
In all, the MediaMoney-Team should make a big step and use a cross-platform library to develop their software. This is the future. Look at Qt, Unity or others. If they make this step, they can really simple handle all platforms (incl. IOS and Android if the develop a second GUI). Today, this is really possible and the best step witch they can do!
Best regards,