MusicLobby 3 PocketPC provides you with wireless mobility and portability to manage and control your music collection from a Pocket PC.
View album cover art of the currently playing song, add or remove tracks or complete albums to your playlist or browse by genre, year, artist, album, etc all at full screen. Create your own playlist for parties or let MusicLobby PPC randomly create a playlist for you. Place a Pocket PC around the house and have control from every room.
Screenshots from MusicLobby 3 Pocket PC
Setup is fast and easy thanks to J River's Media Center software. Because of our partnership with J River, we're able to provide many of the powerful features directly from within MusicLobby PPC. Some examples include: support for over 80 media formats (.mp3, .wma, .wav, etc.), cross-fade between songs, gapless playback, etc. Plus you'll gain all the benefits of Media Jukebox/Center such as CD Ripping, MP3 Encoding, retrieve cover art from internet, etc.
MusicLobby 3 Pocket PC Requirements
Windows Mobile 2002, 2003 or 2005, Mobile 5
.NET Compact Framework (included)
32mB RAM or Higher
J River Media Center 11 or 12
Macromedia Flash Player for Pocket PC
MusicLobby Pocket PC Features
Displays Full Screen Color at 240x320 pixels or 480x640 on some models
View Album Cover art
Supports and displays ID tags
Browse entire Music Library
Run MusicLobby PPC on multiple Pocket PC's - each instance will display live real-time information
Filter by Artist, Album, Genre or File Location
Add individual songs, entire albums or every song by the Artist to the playlist with one click
Automatically resizes cover art
Quickly remove any track from the playlist with one click
Automatically imports information from J River's Media Jukebox or Media Center
Easy access transport controls
Identify the startup zone you want to control
Improved performance with large collections & playlists
Faster connection time on startup
Faster response status when out of wireless range (Green/Red Light)
Velocity Server/Slinke/CDJ/Sony Changer Support
Cover Art isn't displaying within MusicLobby Change the serverDomain setting in the MusicLobby ini file to the Computer Name instead of the IP Address or instead change the IP Address to the Computer Name.
Use which ever one works.