Author Topic: The automatic go on to the next music album  (Read 3170 times)

chip09

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Hello,
start with excuse for my not so good English.
I have an understanding question to MusicBee 3.0.6335.
I have stored approx. 100 MusicAlben as a MP3. If all titles of the 1st album were played, he jumps not to the next music album, but starts again with the 1st title of the played album.
Can one put this somewhere, which he goes on to the next album?
Many greetings chip


redwing

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Make sure repeat button on the player bar is not enabled and the tracks in the next album are included in the playing tracks list.
If that doesn't help, you will need to provide more detailed information including screenshots.

chip09

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Thanks for the answer. Can one solve also without reproduction lists?
Example - With my car radio with USB Embroider he jumps also after ending of the file (album) to the next file.

redwing

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If you have a playing order problem with your car stereo, you need an app specialized in the task.
One of the most recommended apps for it is DriveSort (http://www.anerty.net/software/file/DriveSort/).

chip09

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No, I have no problem with my car radio!
I try to explain my question again better:
My music files lie under an order Music on hard disk F. Now I play this with MusicBee. If the last song from this album is played, MusicBee starts again with song 1. However, I would like who goes MusicBee to the next album and plays this.

If I copy the data from the file of the hard disk F on an USB Embroider and play this on the car radio, the Player automatically jumps after the last song from album 1 to album 2 and plays the 1st song.

So I would want to furnish gladly also with MusicBee.

redwing

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OK, then can you post a screenshot of your MusicBee when it's playing the last track of the first album?
Be sure to show "playing tracks list" panel and player bar in the screenshot.
Upload the image file to an image hosting site like imgur.com and post the link.


redwing

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As you can see, the playing tracks list on the right side bar only contains the first album.
To play the next album, you need to select the next folder from the left navigator and either right click on the folder and select "play now", or double click on the first track in the main panel.

chip09

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Yes, so far this is clear to me, but I wanted an automatic continuation.

The albums on the left stand, nothing else is than my copied data on the USB Embroider and there it is also without interventions.

redwing

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If you want to add multiple folders to playing tracks list at once, go to its parent folder, right click> "Manage Folders"> select "Include Files from sub-folders" option.
And then right click on the folder and play now, then it will add all files under that folder including all sub-folders to the list and continue to play.

chip09

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@redwing
Unfortunately, thanks for your executions, but this is to me too much work. Add every time an album in addition.... No thanks
Many greetings chip

redwing

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Read again what I said. It can add multiple albums at once. If you select the root drive, it can add all files in your drive at once.

redwing

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Also it would be much easier to manage your tracks if you add your files to library and manage them by tags instead of by folders.
Consult the wiki for details (http://musicbee.wikia.com/wiki/Online_Help_Landing_Page)

chip09

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I want to be honest, because I am already at an advanced age (65 J) it would be simpler for me, if it so kompl. Manual in German would give.  :(   
Then I also not always needed a translator on-line  :-[