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Music Organizer Pro is a full-automatic music organizer, music sorter, and music cataloguer that will sort, catalog, and organize all your music collection. Even if you have very large MP3 music file collection (70,000 +), Music Organizer Pro will organize all your MP3 music files and all your music will be in ideal order.
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"Piece of trash!!!"
Version: Music Organizer Pro 9.24 build 397
Looks professional and knows what to do.
Hijacks files the first time you run the program and alters them to whatever it thinks is appropriate. Took me hours to restore all the changes made.
The program just started doing things before letting me tell it what exactly I wanted. All I wanted was to organize one folder into several sub-folders, not move them to a different location altogether and start renaming them. I am still attempting to restore all that was done, once I figure out which were moved, copied, or renamed. It's initial configuration wizard needs to ask you if you want a database set up in the first place, not just do it without asking. I know what I want done. It can ask me, but not do it and then not tell me. Media Player is totally confused about what is where.