Just imagine you type as many song titles as you like into a text file - and MagicMusic and YouTube (R) will play all these tracks. You love the songs of a certain band but not those of a certain decade? Simply copy the rest of their discography into your text file! Want to listen to the charts of 1980? You'll find them on Wikipedia, too! Have a favorite movie? IMDb.com has its soundtrack!
- If you use the download button ABOVE, MagicMusic won't contain any ads or spyware, no installation or registration is required!
- HINT: Need an idea which lists of songs MagicMusic could play automatically? Try "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Music-related_lists"!
- This is a beta version - which means: The source code is complete and I couldn't find bugs anymore. But since all software can behave differently depending on the configuration of the computer on which it is running, please report any bug you can find. Thanks a lot!
- MagicMusic works as follows:
- (1) Unzip the download file into a folder which is not protected by the Microsoft (R) Windows (R) User Account Control (R) (e.g. in <C:\Users\Guest\Music\> or on a USB flash drive) or use the context menu to connect MagicMusic and the MagicMusic folder to the User Account Control (R).
- (2) Use drag and drop (not a double-click!) to make MagicMusic start and load your drag and drop TXT file(s) (e.g. <Playlist.txt>).
- (3) Read the message boxes and the text in the main window IN DETAIL, then select a function key by clicking the depending button. Please activate the function keys of your keyboard: Whenever MagicMusic doesn't load the next track automatically, simply load it manually by pressing the function key you have selected!
- (4) MagicMusic opens a YouTube (R) window and YouTube (R) plays the first track of your playlist now. PLEASE NOTE: MagicMusic will perform best if this YouTube (R) window remains minimized and is not maximized by you!
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