The Media center and Playing Media Files

If you would like to manage your entire media collection, Media center provides you with such options. The Player not only helps you playback your media files, but also helps you create playlists, export media files and edit tags.

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The Media center

The Media center clearly arranges and displays your music and media collection. The Media center also helps you organize your existing music collection and new recordings. It also offers editing features and copies files from your computer to other playback devices or cloud storage services.

What you can do with the Media center.

Symbols used in Media center

Table 1. Symbols used in Media center. See more symbols ...
Symbol Description Meaning
Filter This symbol labels the button for setting filter options. If any filter is active, the button is highlighted in color.
CD This symbol denotes albums.
Photo This symbols denotes files that are neither audio nor video files. This can e.g. be cover pictures (image files).
Tag This symbols labels the button for tag editing. If any tags have been edited but changes not yet saved, the button is highlighted in orange color.
Yellow LED display This symbol denotes your Anywhere connection status. Yellow means active and waiting for data transfer.
Green LED display This symbol denotes your Anywhere connection status. Green means ongoing data transfer (your friend downloads songs from your media collection or you download songs from his media collection).

The Player

All recorded and converted files are then displayed in the Player. As you will first listen to your recorded media here, Player provides you with options for inspecting and editing quality.

What you can do with the Player.

Symbols used for the Player

Table 2. Symbols used for the Player. See more symbols ...
Symbol Description Meaning
Green check mark This symbol denotes reviewed media files in a playlist.
Red X This symbol denotes buttons, with which you may delete various elements. For example, you may delete stations from your favorites, delete media files from the player or wishes from your wishlist.
List with red X This symbol labels the button for removing a media file from a playlist.
Blue arrow

This symbol denotes linked audio files in a playlist. Linked files are not saved on your computer.

Whenever you use the music search, you have the possibility to add a link to your playlist instead of actually downloading the file. Linked files can be played as long as the URL is valid and your computer is connected to the Internet.

You cannot edit tags of linked files.

Filmstrip with blue arrow This symbol denotes linked video files in a playlist.
Tag This symbols labels the button for tag editing. If any tags have been edited but changes not yet saved, the button is highlighted in orange color.
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