Each one of us has a private and customized collection of pictures, music pieces and video clips on our computer. Not many people manage this asset as it should be done. All these pieces sometimes waver here and there in different folders, in different drives of the same computer. Till the time you do not need a specific item from your collection, this mess is easy to deal with. The problem arises when you want to hear a rare melody of Kenny G and have simply lost track of where it is stored.
If you are one such reader, as characterized above, then there is an easy and quick solution to your problem. You can manage your entire collection of pictures, music and videos in Windows Media Player Library. This library streamlines your entire collection and then you can use these well managed for many purposes. The files added to Windows Media Player Library can not only be used to play the files, you can do much more like; burn CD’s, mix different music pieces on CD’s, play lists can be created, assemble all your files and send them to other digital devices.
Adding files to Windows Media Player Library
Below mentioned are some of the best ways in which you can add various files to Media Player Library, they are:
- User Friendly
The format of the Windows Media Player Library is very user friendly. It is created in such a fashion that it updates itself automatically. The moment you start the player for the first time, it will by itself search all the pictures, music and video pieces stored on your computer. After completing its search it will safely store it. Whenever you add files to this library and if they are already present in the library then it will automatically update the file and delete the previous one. Windows Media Player Library is easily accessible from all other devices like mobile phones, USB drives, or any other removable storage devices. You can add as many files as you wish in the Windows Media Player Library.
- No need to store the files repeatedly
It causes a lot of irritation when you have to store files again and again on your computer. The users of Windows Media Player Library do not face this problem. The library contains a unique feature in which, whenever you choose to play a specific item from any of the removable storage devices, the file automatically gets stored in this library. Subsequently, you do not have to attach the device repeatedly to play the file; you have it on your computer itself. This feature can be extended on to remote items stored on other computers forming a network. You only have to change the settings of the Windows Media Player Library to add these file to your library and play them accordingly. If you run a CD or DVD on to your computer, then the player will ask for your prior permission to store the files in the library.
- Ripping Music Pieces
The process of copying songs from audio CD’s on to your computer is called ripping. You can rip your music by using Windows Media Player Library. When you wish to rip a music piece, the player makes a copy of that piece and it is stored on the hard disk in the form of Windows Media Audio, MP3, or WAV file. Subsequently, this copied piece gets stored in the library.
- Downloading from Online stores
Windows Media Player Library can be used to download all types of media files in the library. You can browse the online stores from the library itself and store all the stuff you wish, in the same. The library allows you to do a number of activities on your downloaded files like; buying them, burning them, or assembling them to any other devices. All of your downloaded pieces will appear in the Windows Media Player Library.