I was wondering if anyone could give me a quick tutorial on autocreating folders and can Jaikoz do this. I would like to have Jaikoz create folders based on the tags within the folder. I could do it manually, but I would like to have Jaikoz do it for future reference. Take for instance a folder with 50 mp3's with various albums of the same artist. Can Jaikoz autocreate and place the albums inside serperate folders automatically. I have fiddled quite a bit already, and can get Jaikoz to rename folders already created...but I would like to have it automatically create folders...Thanks a bunch
I'm currently using iTunes and I'm tired of its shortcomings. I'm shopping for a new app.
Yet I can understand what Jaikoz claims it does and it seems pretty good but I looking for undocumented stuff:
* is it, er..., a player as well?
* does it manage mp3 only? I use only m4a files.
I just purchased the software last night and took a collection of almost 6 GB of a folder ofmps'3 that were very close being in my recycle bin and gave 95% of them full tags and about 70% with album art...I currently use Firefly on a small homebrew laptop media server and the use for this with a large music collection is immeasurable. I have tried similar products and honestly I cannot explain how nice it is to have a program take care of YEARS of mixed music from my collection...at times I have let it grow but missed album art and just got sloppy with tags. One hard drive crash and recovery and alot of messed up tags later I was left with a big mess. Most of my music is decently tagged but this took alot of guesswork and time adding art. The tool is extremely handy as I cannot add artwork within itunes when using FIREFLY, I use this to handle the backbone of my music management. Its a great piece of software and I currently use it to manage close to 90 Gb of music from my collection. AWESOME JOB.
I just purchased the software after trying the program on a large group of mp3's that have been in my collection for almost 7 years. I cannot believe at how well it took care of the work I never felt was worth bothering with and I had not listened to the folder due to the disorganization for some time. Great job on this and thanks for providing a product that has met my expectations and beyond. The ease of use is and accuracy so far makes 20 dollars seem for less than what you could be charging. Thanks for your contribution to the music community and for saving me hours of work.