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    Matthew Mushall

    Another great idea and great segment.  The camera work was whimsically amusing on its own.

    Vista is great and it's nice to see how different peeps are utilizing it.  Like Larry, gaming is one of the most important aspects of it for me at home.  Battlefield 2 was the very first game I loaded on my new HP after Flight Sim X.  Battlefield 1942 doesn't work too well though. Sad

    I'm also digging the ability to sync my Dash and 360 with computer.  Great stuff!  Again, fantastic segment, Tina.

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    Matthew Mushall

    Another great idea and great segment.  The camera work was whimsically amusing on its own.

    Vista is great and it's nice to see how different peeps are utilizing it.  Like Larry, gaming is one of the most important aspects of it for me at home.  Battlefield 2 was the very first game I loaded on my new HP after Flight Sim X.  Battlefield 1942 doesn't work too well though. Sad

    I'm also digging the ability to sync my Dash and 360 with computer.  Great stuff!  Again, fantastic segment, Tina.

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    scratchex

    I like the design of WMP 11 much better however I wish you could do more with it. The advanced tag editor is nice and is a must for dj's especially BPM's however I wish it would automatically scan and update the BPM's, looks like you still need to use a 3rd party application like Mixmeister's BPM Analyzer. Also it doesn't automatically download album art like Itunes does so you have to manually paste the artwork at least as far as I can tell. I'm curious to see if Serato Scratch Live will allow you to import a WMP playlist, I'll have to test that out. Itunes allows you to do this and this is key b/c dj's can just create playlists for upcoming gigs vs. sifting through thousands of mp3's on the spot.

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    scratchex

    I like the design of WMP 11 much better however I wish you could do more with it. The advanced tag editor is nice and is a must for dj's especially BPM's however I wish it would automatically scan and update the BPM's, looks like you still need to use a 3rd party application like Mixmeister's BPM Analyzer. Also it doesn't automatically download album art like Itunes does so you have to manually paste the artwork at least as far as I can tell. I'm curious to see if Serato Scratch Live will allow you to import a WMP playlist, I'll have to test that out. Itunes allows you to do this and this is key b/c dj's can just create playlists for upcoming gigs vs. sifting through thousands of mp3's on the spot.

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    Erik Porter

    I automatically get album art in WMP 11, although I've noticed some of my albums just show up as black.  I think it's because it's having trouble reading the image.  But out of the 200-300 albums I have on my machine, only 5 or so of them don't show album art.

    That would be really cool if someone wrote a plug-in for WMP to automatically tag BPM.

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    Human​Compiler

    I automatically get album art in WMP 11, although I've noticed some of my albums just show up as black.  I think it's because it's having trouble reading the image.  But out of the 200-300 albums I have on my machine, only 5 or so of them don't show album art.

    That would be really cool if someone wrote a plug-in for WMP to automatically tag BPM.

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    scratchex

    I noticed that as well, some of my album art was missing, at first I just thought that it wasn't updating it.

    The auto BPM counter would be awesome. Analyzing thousands of songs w/ another app is quite cumbersome.

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    scratchex

    I noticed that as well, some of my album art was missing, at first I just thought that it wasn't updating it.

    The auto BPM counter would be awesome. Analyzing thousands of songs w/ another app is quite cumbersome.

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