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Comment by wolframite
about Mediarover · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

I've been playing around with this recently. Calavera, can you explain how the programmed changed the metadata of your mp3s?

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Comment by calavera
about Mediarover · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Ok so MacWorld or MacLife (can't remember which) gave this like 5 stars this month. Meh. After going through all the syncage to my NAS (35GB worth), I realized that this bastard of a program rewrote all my meticulously edited mp3 tags when it did the copies. Luckily it left my originals alone, but I was pretty ticked that it messed with my tags without any warning.

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Comment by calavera
about Mediarover · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

This seems really cool so far. However, I'm a little weirded out that it appears to be an almost identical application as "NetSync for Itunes 2" (http://www.request.com/products/default.asp?prodname=nsfit ). The company appears to be the same, the main difference being that they apparently charge for NS4iT2, and MediaRover is free and looks like they don't want anyone to know it's by the same company...

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