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Offers a dynamic feature set for Jukeboxes, Disc Jockeys, and Karaoke Hosts. Our unique jukebox software is perfect for parties, venues, or simply for your personal enjoyment.
It's never been easier to create an awe inspiring jukebox. With Jukebox Jockey, you configure your jukebox to act the way you want.
You don't have to worry your guests ruining the event (or your PC!). Commands can be quickly enabled and disabled on a per user basis, and customizable users allow security and flexibility on all levels (Administrator, Host, Guest, Etc.).*
No matter how your media is organized, Jukebox Jockey can display it in a meaningful way. A variety of different view files are included with your download, and custom views can be created according to your specifications - just ask!
Jukebox Jockey is smart. So smart in fact, that your guests (or customers) may not even realize there isn't a DJ on duty! Random play filters can be made from almost anything in the views (Artists, Decades, Genres, Playlists, Etc) and ensure the music never stops, even when no requests have been made. Your customers can even program the jukebox ahead of time - using any of the popular online playlist builders.
Our built in player manages music, karaoke, and video files one after the other without as much as a hiccup. It even intelligently crossfades music and karaoke, one into the next.
Queue up a track in seconds. Setup your playlist in minutes. Manage your event with ease and perform with style! - It's never been easier be a really great DJ or KJ.
Jukebox Jockey organizes your media into meaningful lists. Our customizable views sort by Decades, Artists, Genres, Albums, Playlists, and more. Organized media makes it easier to think on the spot and to always find the song you want.
Jukebox Jockey will keeps the music playing, even when you're not free to do it manually. Yet, when you need the control, built-in functions allow you to control exactly how and when your media plays.
Keep track of who requested what (perfect for KJs), and always maintain control over what plays in what order.
The main screen of our unique jukebox software is shown below with a screen capture of the second monitor displaying karaoke.
Here is the search view with the on-screen keyboard.
Here is a view displaying the available artists by alphabetical order.
This very helpful view displays the decades followed by the genre, and then a track listing that is sortable by Artist or Title. There are variations on this exact view that displays your media in different formats.
The following is a "playlist" based view that was renamed "Charts". This is showing the radio hits from M3U playlists that were scanned into the system. Buttons can point to different sub-folders of playlists in order to have multiple sections of playlists (such as the "requests" button, which is pointing to a different sub-folder of playlists.
When a karaoke song is playing, the lyrics will display on the home screen, as well as on the second monitor.
When playing a video, Jukebox Jockey will show the video on the home screen as well as the second monitor.
Items marked with a star (*) may require you to download a plugin from the BASS website (http://www.un4seen.com/bass.html#addons). In this case, you may install the add-on in Jukebox Jockey's programs file under /Plugins/BASS/*.dll.
Karaoke is more of a concept then a format like Music, or Video. Karaoke simply displays the lyrics on the screen during playback of the instrumental version of a song. This can happen using any video format, or by using the Karaoke industry standard, a "CDG". After ripping a CD containing lyrics (CDG) to your PC, karaoke files will usually be stored in 2 separate files (.mp3 and .cdg). The MP3 file is the music, and the .CDG file contains a visual depiction of the lyrics (a special animated version of a bitmap). Sometimes, the two files (.mp3 and .cdg) are stored together in a .ZIP file. Jukebox Jockey supports both MP3+G as well as a karaoke .ZIP. The only concern with .ZIP files is that in order to read the tags, Jukebox Jockey must decompress the .ZIP, read the tag out of the .MP3, and dump the temporary files. This takes a long time if you have lots of files. So we've disabled this feature by default. Therefore, Jukebox Jockey will rely on the file masks unless you turn this function back on. You can do this in Jukebox Jockey's Settings>Media>Media Folder Configuration>[Select a collection]>File Masks.
Jukebox Jockey Media Player Pro
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