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I always turn off the add my songs to itunes, and i always move the songs to a sorting folder until i retag all the metadata before moving the songs to folders for each genre and then each artist etc. Nothing ever gets lost. Later i can add to itunes library or SAM Audio Broadcaster library (a disc jocky software). You never know if the mp3 rocket folder may be deleted during an uninstall and update. Also you can turn on a add to my itunes library upon download in the settings.
I've spent a lot of time this weekend finally setting up Windows Vista Media Center, and I suddenly realised that Vista Media Center won't play Xvid and Avi files even if Windows Media Player will. If you want to add support for third party codecs including Xvid and Avi files in Vista Media Center then you need to install the Media Control Plugin For Windows Vista Media Center. This plugin allows Windows Vista Media Center to utilize te FFDShow decoder, which needs to be installed seperately ((FFDShow rev 1108 recommended: download the last version from http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffdshow-tryout)).
FFDShow adds support to Vista for MPEG-4 video formats like DivX,
Xvid, H.264 and also alllows MP3, AAC, Dolby AC3, and OGG Vorbis audio
files to be played back. The Media Control Plugin for Windows Vista MCE also adds the following additional features:
Switching embedded audio and subtitles streams while playing a video: works with AVI, OGM, MKV
Switching between external subtitle files (.SRT, .SUB)
Switching between FFDShow presets (audio & video)
Setting and loading bookmarks inside a video with visualization of the pictures of the saved bookmarks
Real fastforward (and rewind) exactly like in the TV module (with 3 different speeds)
Switching and setting post-processing filters in FFDShow (video filters only)
Separate application to assign keyboard/remote control shortcuts to the commands and the MCML pages of the plugin.
Full remote control support (6 buttons are mapped by default, but this can be changed)
Default mapping (works in full screen while watching a video, except the blue button that is always caught) :
Fast forward / rewind buttons
Blue button : loads the startup page of the plugin
the error refers to a missing mp3rocket.jar file within the installation of mp3 rocket. i.e. C:\program files\mp3 rocket\lib. solution is: uninstall mp3 rocket and uninstall all versions of java and JRE from add and remove programs(XP) then restart. install a new version mp3 rocket and you will be prompted to download java again. once installed MP3 Rocket.exe should be restored
There were two ways how to unblock mp3 rocket so that it will work, it's either you will totally turn off the fire wall of your computer but I don't recommend this because it's risky or you will just Except the software from being blocked by the firewall. If you select the latter you can easily follow the procedure:
>>Control Panel >>Network Connections>>Local Area Connection >>[Right Click] Properties >>Advance >>Setting >>[Menu] Exceptions >>Programs and Services
Please check if the program is there then uncheck it. If not there then add the program by hitting the add button and look for it in your system. Follow instructions and apply it then click OK.
The easiest way to do it is to use windows media player...open up your windows media player and it F3 then add all your files to your library,,,then hit the sync tab..drag the songs your want to add to your mp3 player under the sync list...then just hit sync when you finish