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Are your media les scattered all over your hard disk, in a mishmash of folders Before adding them to your library, why not reorganize them into a more manageable collection of folders The best place to store your own collection of music les, of course, is in the Music folder, which is a part of your personal pro le. However, if you have a large collection of specialized media les, such as live music recordings, you might want to keep them in their own folder, separate from the tracks you rip from CDs. For extra-large music collections, consider dedicating a separate volume or even a separate physical drive to music only. If several users share your computer and you also want to share all or part of a music collection, try saving your les in the Public Music folder.
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If you download media from the internet, you have a choice as to whether to add such items to your media library automatically. If you want every item you play to take up residence in the library, open the Options dialog and click the Player tab. Then select Add Media Files To Library When Played. Note that this setting does not affect files played from shared network folders or from removable media such as CDs, DVDs, and flash memory cards, which are never added to the library. Clear this check box to specify that you want to add files only when you copy them to a local folder that is in your Monitored Folders list. If you don t add media items automatically the first time you play them, you can drag a media file from Windows Explorer (or your desktop) and drop it onto Media Player s Details pane to bring the item into your library.
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Windows Media Player, Windows Photo Gallery, and Windows Explorer are tightly integrated, so that you can easily manipulate your library in either context. If you rename, move, or delete a media le in Windows Explorer, Windows Media Player dutifully records the change in the media library database (and the Windows Photo Gallery, if necessary); you shouldn t have to rebuild or edit your library in any way. If you delete an item using Windows Explorer, the item will remain in your library. In addition, the Details tab of the Properties dialog box for any media le contains metadata stored within that le. With rare exceptions, you can edit the information stored here by clicking in the eld on the Details tab and adding, deleting, or changing the value stored there. Any changes you make here are re ected immediately in the library database and in Windows Photo Gallery. The fact that you can edit metadata in Windows Explorer doesn t mean you should. In general, we recommend that you use Windows Media Player or Windows Photo Gallery
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as the primary tool for editing metadata for music, video, and photo les. Use Windows Explorer for small-scale tasks, like cleaning up a misspelled tag or title that you notice in the Details pane in Windows Explorer, or for editing tags that are not readily accessible from Windows Photo Gallery or Windows Media Player, such as the Comments tag associated with a digital photo le. You ll nd other links between Windows Explorer and media-related utilities as well. Right-click any item in Windows Media Player or Windows Photo Gallery and click Open File Location to open the underlying le for that item in Windows Explorer. When you select a media le (or view the contents of a folder containing multiple media les) in Windows Explorer, options on the folder toolbar allow you to play the selected les, burn them to a CD, or perform other tasks appropriate for that le type.
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