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If you click the Now Playing drop-down menu, you see a few important options:
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This option turns on an enhancements interface that begins with a graphic equalizer, as shown next However, if you click the Next button in the upper-left corner, you can also access a media link for e-mail, play speed settings, quiet mode, SRS WOW effects, video settings, color chooser, and crossfading and auto volume leveling All of these settings help you customize your media experience
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The list pane, which appears on the right side of the Now Playing area, gives you additional information about the media you are viewing, such as the album name and songs, or information about the DVD You can toggle this feature on or off here A visualization is a graphical display that moves with the music you are playing You can use the pop-out box here to choose a different visualization or access options for them A plug-in is additional software that works with Media Player If you have plug-ins for Media Player, you can manage them here This feature opens a tabbed properties interface that has a lot of settings We ll explore it later in this chapter You can access the Media Player help file here
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Use the standard control buttons in the lower area of Media Player to play the media, stop playing the media, skip tracks forward and back, adjust the volume, and use related stereo or video controls At the bottom right of the interface, you also see button options to switch to compact mode and full-screen mode You can change the Media Player skin by first turning on classic menus Right-click an area of the toolbar (such as the empty space next to Now Playing) and click Show Classic Menus (if they are not already turned on) Click View | Skin Chooser
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7: Con gure and Troubleshoot Media Applications
Library
All of your saved music and video files are stored in the Library under different categories so that you can easily access them, as shown in Figure 7-3 On the left side of the interface, you see various categories with plus- and minus-sign boxes next to them Click a category, and you can see the songs or videos in your library for that category For example, when I expand Album, I can select an album and see a list of songs I have copied to my computer from that album in the right pane Just doubleclick a song or video clip to hear or see it Keep in mind that the Library s purpose is to help you keep track of files that you want The Library is able to detect the type of multimedia you are using and add it to the appropriate category You can search your Library by clicking the Search button at the top of the interface, and you can perform standard add, remove, and delete functions You can also use the Library to create a playlist of your favorite tunes or videos To add a new item to the Library, you ll switch from the Library to the Rip tab, where you can copy a CD or certain songs to the library We ll explore the Rip option in an upcoming section You can create playlists of songs in your library by mixing and matching them This task is easy, as you can see in Exercise 7-1
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EXERCISE 7-1
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Creating a Playlist
To create a playlist, follow these steps: 1 In Library, click the Playlists option to expand it and click Create Playlist 2 Type a name for the playlist Then, browse the library for the desired songs you want on the playlist When you find a song you want to add, right-click it and use the Add To option to add it to your playlist, or you can simply drag the song to the playlist and drop it 3 As you add items to the playlist, they appear in the list pane on the right side of the interface You can right-click a song in the list to move it up or down in the list, or you can remove a song you ve added this way When you re done, just click Save Playlist
The Rip feature, shown in Figure 7-4, gives you information about the music CD you are currently listening to so that you can rip, or copy, the songs to your Library If you are connected to the Internet, you ll see the names of the songs, artist name, and album name If not, the tracks are simply listed as Track 1, Track 2, and so on Choose the songs you want to rip by checking the boxes next to the songs (or unchecking them if you don t want certain songs ripped) Next, simply click the Start Rip button found on the lower-right portion of the screen The ripping process will take a few minutes, depending on how many songs you are ripping from a CD Keep in mind that your ripped songs are added to your library
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