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So what's all the fuss about? Plenty, to be sure! Digital Jukebox is a powerful multimedia package that gives low-vision and totally-blind people full control over their music library. All from inside this single, intuitive, fully-narrated program, you can play and organize audio CD's, copy music to and from your MP3 player, create playlists of your favorite tracks, sign up for and download podcasts - past or present, listen to Internet radio stations, and a whole lot more. Your new high-tech jukebox allows you to import music from audio CD's, a portable MP3 player, the world wide web, or even from albums you may have already stored elsewhere on your computer's hard drive. Of course, you can collect, store, organize and play a virtually unlimited number of CD's, songs, and other audio tracks. Then, sit back and listen to your favorite tunes in front of your computer, while enjoying simple controls, state-of-the-art skip and search features, and the ability to zap a song in seconds. Or take your music with you by copying it onto your MP3 player, burning it on a CD, or exporting it so it's small enough in size to Email to a friend or colleague.
But it doesn't stop there - oh no. Adding music to your talking jukebox is just the beginning. You have the ability to create as few or as many folders and sub-folders as you wish in order to keep your ever-growing audio library well-laid-out. With just a few keystrokes or clicks of the mouse, you can move, rename, copy, edit, delete, or manipulate one track, a whole CD, or even an entire batch of CD's. Numerous navigation hotkeys and functions are also found within your Jukebox, making it a breeze for you to skip ahead a few seconds, several minutes, or even for a designated amount of time - not to mention the handy Quickmark feature, which remembers the last file you were listening to and where exactly you were in that file. A couple other noteworthy features include the option of adjusting your music volume separately from your master volume (meaning you can have your music playing quieter than your screen reader); and a special Hide function which will cause the program screen to disappear (even though your music continues to play). For the more advanced computer guru, Digital Jukebox also provides plenty of technical options, such as allowing you to choose your preferred Wave, MP3, and WMA encoding format, the ability to convert files on the fly, and a whole host of other advanced options which enable you to configure the program precisely how you want.
Unlike other media players out there, Digital Jukebox isn't just somewhat or mostly accessible; it's totally and completely usable! True to MarvelSoft style, this program was built from the ground up with the needs of blind and visually impaired people in mind. Every function, from simply playing or pausing a song, to the more advanced area of creating a project and burning it to a CD, is easily accomplished with a few hotkeys or menu selections. Furthermore, our MarvelTalk Speech System is once again employed throughout the product, giving you that winning blend of pre-recorded, digitized human speech for all menu items and options, and clear, concise synthetic speech for varying information, like album and track names. Digital Jukebox is the first and only player of its kind - and makes the portable music revolution as fun and easy for blind folks as it is for their sighted peers!
System Requirements: The Digital Jukebox software program doesn't need a whole lot of CPU power to run effectively. All that's really required to use the software is a PC running Microsoft Windows (every version from Windows '98 all the way up to 8.1 is supported). The program files take up less than 100 MB of storage space on your hard drive, and your computer will need at least one USB port in order to load music onto your MP3 player - which is the norm these days. And speaking of MP3 players, our software is compatible with any make or model of player, as long as it can be accessed through an actual drive letter once connected to your computer. As such, note that Digital Jukebox cannot load music onto the Apple iPod.
There is one other quick point we ask you to kindly keep in mind. Digital Jukebox is not sold or licensed for the unauthorized duplication of copyrighted works. In other words, you should only use the software to copy your own CD's or music - not those which belong to anyone else. Thank you for helping us protect the rights of all our favorite artists by cutting down on music piracy!
(From the Portable Audio shelf.)
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