Windows® Media Player Library in Windows® 7
Windows 7 comes equipped with many excellent features in it. The Media Player is one of such splendid feature. Windows Media Player is a proprietary digital media player along with media library application which is designed for the user satisfaction. It is framed in such manner that you can play audio, video and perceiving images on systems working with Microsoft Windows Operating System. The user can make use of Windows Media Player Library to categorize your complete digital media collection on his system, together with music, video, and pictures. Once you add files to the Media Player Library, you can play the files, burn mix CDs, generate playlists, sync the files to portable music and video players, and stream the files to other devices on your home network.
Following are the ways through which you can add items to the Media Player Library in Windows 7:
- Monitoring folders
- Add Media files
- Rip Music from a CD
As soon as you start the Media Player, it would automatically explore certain default folders incorporated in the Music, Pictures, Videos, and Recorded TV libraries on your system. At the time you add or eliminate files from these media libraries, the Media Player would repeatedly update its accessible media files list. You can also embrace new folders in the Windows Media Player libraries from other locations on your system or from other detachable storage devices.
Add Media files
As you play a media file on your computer or from a detachable storage device, the file gets involuntarily integrated in your Player Library so that you could easily access it directly from the Player. If you have entries to remote media files that are stored on other systems on your network, you can change the Player's settings for adding these remote files to your Player Library as you play them. The Media Player may not automatically include a file that you play from detachable media, like a CD or DVD.
You can make use of Windows Media Player for copying songs from audio CDs to your system. This process is called ripping. The user can utilize the Player to rip tracks from your audio CDs. With the ripping, the tracks get saved as files on your system. At the time of the ripping, the Player creates a copy of each song and stores it on the hard disk as a Windows Media Audio, MP3, or WAV file, and then put it in to your Player's Library.
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