BoxEasy is a media player/organiser that uses Windows folder and file names rather than embedded tag information BoxEasy is a media player/organiser that uses Windows folder and file names rather than embedded (and often inconsistent) tag information to sort, display music tracks.
BoxEasy was written to achieve a simple album-art based Jukebox which didn't rely on the vagaries of mp3 tag information. Tired of seeing 3 or 4 albums where there should only be one, usually due to different syntax in tag names (e.g. Clash - London Calling, The Clash, London Calling etc), BoxEasy uses a simple folder structure to display manually added albums.
Boxeasy can add new albums without rebuilding a database - it doesn't use one.
It can play randomly from ALL tracks or from custom collections.It has the ability to operate like a pub jukebox.
Boxeasy plays any formats recognised by WM player (mp3, wma, etc).Simply drag and drop tracks to create albums, and drag and drop images for album art.Customize cover-art thumbnail size, colour schemes and wallpaper.
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