Jampal mp3 Library
Summary of Features

Summary of Features
Detailed Features
What's New?
Release Notes
Installation & Getting Started
License & acknowledgements
Project Info

User's Guide
Library Window
Playlist Window
Track Editor Window
Advanced Topics
Regular Expressions
Trouble Shooting
ID3 Frame Descriptions

Command Line
jampal Command
Making an Envelope
Tag Backup
Text to Speech

Peter Bennett

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Jampal mp3 Library and Jukebox Program

Jampal offers some unique advantages over the other jukebox and mp3 player programs available.

  • Jampal stores a music library of over 40000 songs with ease.
  • You can sort, organize and categorize your tracks.
  • It is very fast. You can sort 40000 tracks in under a second.
  • You can update hundreds of track tags in one operation in a few seconds.
  • Jampal libraries can be easily customized so that you can organize your music any way you want to.
  • You can create your own frames within the ID3v2 standard to categorize your songs which ever way you want.
  • The library can be imported into a spreadsheet or text editor program.
  • Most ID3v2 fields are supported, including all text fields and any number of attached pictures.
  • Reference information from the ID3v2 standard is included to help understand the purpose and usage of each frame.
  • Synthesized voice announcements of song titles (on all platforms). Announcements can use correct pronounciation for the language of the song.

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(1) One of the following:

  • Windows (Windows 7, XP, 2000, 98, ME, etc.)
  • Linux
  • Macintosh
  • Solaris SPARC
  • Solaris x86
  • Any Machine that supports Java 6
(2) Java Runtime Environment version 6 or higher. This is a free download from www.java.com. Also OpenJDK is supported.

Please let me know if you find Jampal useful or if you find any bugs or shortcomings in it. Also I would like to hear from anybody who runs it on linux, macintosh or Solaris. The best way to do this is by posting a message at the product information page or else send me email at pgbennett at users.sourceforge.net.