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Solved Transfer music tracks from Media Monkey to WMP

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by dougglos, Jun 9, 2018.

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  1. dougglos

    dougglos Thread Starter

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    I would like to transfer all my music tracks (about 1800) from Media Monkey and start using Windows Media Player instead. I have searched the internet but cannot find a way to do this. Can anyone please advise me if there is a way to do so, in order that that I can keep all my existing tracks and play them via WMP?
     
  2. dvk01

    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    You don't need to transfer anything
    All you media files should be stored in your music folder on W10
    just right click one of the tracks & select open with media player
    ort just open media player & use the file/open or search function
     
  3. dougglos

    dougglos Thread Starter

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    I have managed to save most of my music tracks into playlists which I raised in WMP, as you advised me. What I haven't been able to work out is how to show my complete list of playlists on the left hand side of the window, as it only allows for five to be shown there, and each time I started a new playlist one was removed from the foot, whereas I have raised about twenty playlists in total. In other words, I would like to be able to click on any of the twenty playlists so as to see (and play) the tracks contained in that playlist. So is there any way I can show my complete list of saved playlists there, please?
     
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